Endangered Archives

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Europe

Eastern Europe

EAP016 Digitising the photographic archive of southern Siberian indigenous peoples
EAP040 Securing of the medieval and early modern archival material (14th to 17th c.) of Brasov/Kronstadt and the Burzenland region (central Romania)
EAP067 Preservation of Gypsy/Roma historical and cultural heritage in Bulgaria
EAP103 Endangered ethnographic archive, Sofia, Bulgaria
EAP164 Preservation, storage and accessibility for archives of the pre-industrial rural society of the Ukrainian Steppe
EAP220 Saving archival documents of archaeological researches conducted during the 1920s and 1930s in Ukraine
EAP285 Preservation of Gypsy/Roma historical and cultural heritage in Bulgaria - major project
EAP368 Endangered images of ethnicity and religion in Western Siberia in the late 19th to early 20th centuries
EAP500 Documentation of the pre-industrial elements in Bulgarian minorities' culture during the 20th century
EAP556 Book heritage of Ural Old Believers
EAP618 Unique ethnographic photograph archive at risk, Sofia, Bulgaria
EAP657 Saving the original lifetime archive of the well-known Ukrainian poet, artist and thinker, T.H. Shevchenko
EAP675 Documentation of the pre-industrial elements in Bulgarian minorities' culture during the 20th century - phase II
EAP699 Safeguarding of the intangible Romani heritage in the Republic of Moldova threatened by the volatilisation of the individual unexplored collections
EAP813 Preservation of the disappearing book heritage of Siberian Buddhists
EAP834 Living or leaving tradition: textual heritage of the taiga Old Believers' skit

Southern Europe

EAP080 Voiceless choirs. Serbian musical collections from Zemun in 19th and early 20th centuries
EAP833 Safeguarding the fragile collection of the private archive of the Lazic family

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