Linked below, you will find the Winter/Spring edition of the Baltic Heritage Network quarterly newsletter.
In these pages you will find information about our past and future events, new publications, and what is happening across the globe within the diaspora research and archive communities. You can click on links directly in the text as well.
We welcome your contributions. The submission deadline for the next issue is 15 May 2017. We welcome news articles, conference information, calls for papers, and new publication information. Please send articles in English with high quality images to: kristinailupp[at]gmail.com
In this issue:
– BaltHerNet Portal Has a New Look!
– New Exhibit in Toronto Showcases Dramatic Life Stories of Baltic-Canadian Seniors
– Anne Valmas’ Book “Estonian Books Abroad 1944-2010” Released
– New Title in Series “Lithuanian Studies without Borders”
– A Century of Lithuanians in Springfield, Illinois: A Chronicle of One Lithuanian Community in the US
– Virtual Exhibition “The Lithuanian Writers’ Association: Seven Decades of History”
– Web Documentary on Current Issues of Migration
Please click on the pdf link below to read more: https://www.balther.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/BHN_1_18_2017.pdf
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The Non-Profit Association Baltic Heritage Network was founded in Tartu on January 11, 2008. NPA BaltHerNet was established to foster cooperation between national and private archives, museums, libraries, and institutions of research, public associations and organizations collecting and studying the cultural heritage of the Baltic diaspora. It aims to facilitate the preservation and research of the historically valuable cultural property of the Baltic diaspora, as well as to ensure accessibility of these materials to the public. NPA BaltHerNet is also committed to the organising of conferences, seminars and workshops, and to developing and administrating the electronic information website Baltic Heritage Network, a multilingual electronic gateway for information on the cultural heritage of the Baltic diaspora.
The Baltic Heritage Newsletter is distributed quarterly, on-line. The newsletter is compiled and edited by Kristina Lupp. Please send all related enquiries and submissions to KristinaLupp: kristinailupp[at]gmail.com