I told the story of the Medical Association for the Prevention of War (MAPW) in a blog post a few weeks ago. Now I’m delighted to announce that a new catalogue of our MAPW Archive is available, in Word or PDF form, from the Archive’s own webpage. The Archive a really interesting and rich collection spanning forty years, with lots of links to our other collections, not to mention the work of colleagues past and present in Peace Studies. We’re looking forward to working with the archivists at the Wellcome Library* next year, when we will be exploring the great potential of medical peace archives for researchers in many disciplines. Watch this space …
* Wellcome holds the archives of MCANW and Medact: MAPW merged with the former to create the latter!
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Written by Alison Cullingford, Special Collections Librarian at the University of Bradford. Find out more at the Special Collections website.
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