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Archives

New opening hours: 09:30-12:30 & 13:30-16:30 Monday - Friday by appointment.

Visit the Library blog where we've highlighted 40 literary things.

The archive collections are generally available to scholars and to interested members of the public. Arrangements to visit should be made in advance, and written application is advised.

Enquiries and requests to consult the collections should be made to the Archives Department:

Archives and Special Collections reading roomsArchives Department
The Library
University of East Anglia
Norwich Research Park
NORWICH
NR4 7TJ
Telephone:  +44 (0)1603 593491
Fax: +44 (0)1603 591010
Email: archives@uea.ac.uk

Archives leaflet [PDF, 2.5MB]
Archives Policy (includes Collection Development Policy) [PDF, 100KB]

Data Protection Guidance for Archive Researchers [PDF, 32KB]
Data Protection at UEA

Declaration form for copying unpublished works [PDF, 35KB]
 

The Collections
 Archive boxes in rolling stack

A-Z subject list for archive collections [PDF, 302 KB]

 

Featured items

WWII civilian casualty surveys in the Zuckerman Archive [PDF, 756KB]

Previous featured items ...


 

Useful web sites:
Archival Sound Recordings (British Library)
Archives Hub
British Records Association
East Anglian Film Archive
E-map Explorer (Norfolk County Council) 
History of Advertising Trust
Institute of Historical Research
Internet for Archives Tutorial, from the Virtual Training Suite
National Archives
Norfolk Record Office

Useful literary web sites:
GLAM - Group for Literary Archives and Manuscripts
Literary Norfolk
Location Register (a register of manuscript holdings in repositories)
Malcolm Bradbury (writer, critic)
New Writing (created by UEA and Writers' Centre Norwich to showcase the work of students, tutors and alumni)
UK Literary Heritage Working Group
Writers' Centre Norwich

 

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