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The NACBS is pleased to announce that its archives are now located at George Washington University in Washington D.C. and available for use. They are, however, located off-site and materials will need to be ordered prior to visiting. Scholars who wish to use these materials should consult the library’s on-line catalogue far enough in advance to ensure that the materials they require will be available.  For further information see the information on the archives at http://www.gwu.edu/gelman/spec/index.html.

NACBS would like to continue collecting material to enhance the archive’s usefulness for future researchers. We hope that past officers of the NACBS and regionals, past editors of the Journal of British Studies and Albion, and past program chairs will consider sending their material to the library.

The address is

Jennifer King, Manuscripts Librarian
The George Washington University
The Melvin Gelman Library
2130 H Street NW
Washington, DC 20052
202-994-0628

The Executive Council has allocated funds to pay for the cost of mailing large amounts of material. If you plan to contribute your papers, please contact the NACBS Treasurer, Lynn Botelho, to discuss reimbursement for postage.

Her address is
Dept. of History, Keith Hall
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, PA  15705
724-357-3203
botelho@iup.edu

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November
11
2008

The British and Irish Studies Intelligencer

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The British and Irish Studies Intelligencer will revive the North American Conference on British Studies' (NACBS) Intelligencer, the newsletter of NACBS. In 1998, The Intelligencer went online and ceased publication in 2002. The Intelligencer was a unique publication, providing a regular summary of news relevant to the American British Studies community, including a list of prize recipients, obituaries, council meeting minutes, papers read at regional conferences, and similar information. The seventh series is still online at http://www.nacbs.org/intelligencer/.

The British and Irish Studies Intelligencer (BISI) is a newsletter for the web 2.0 world. Organized like a blog, the BISI is ideal for sharing events and editorials. It will function as a supplement to H-Albion, and, in fact, its editorial board includes the editors of H-Albion.

The BISI is an international endeavor, and while originating as an NACBS publication, its editorial board will integrate the directors of leading British and Irish Studies organizations, institutes, and research libraries. The purpose of the BISI is encourage more international interaction and participation among British and Irish Studies groups.

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June
6
2008

About

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The British and Irish Studies Intelligencer will revive the North American Conference on British Studies' (NACBS) Intelligencer, the newsletter of NACBS from its earliest days. In 1998, The Intelligencer went online and ceased publication in 2002. The Intelligencer was a unique publication, providing a regular summary of news relevant to the American British Studies community, including a list of prize recipients, obituaries, council meeting minutes, papers read at regional conferences, and similar information. The seventh series is still online at http://www.nacbs.org/intelligencer/.

The British and Irish Studies Intelligencer (BISI) is a newsletter for the web 2.0 world. Organized like a blog, the BISI is ideal for sharing events and editorials. It will function as a supplement to H-Albion, and, in fact, its editorial board includes the editors of H-Albion.

The BISI is an international endeavor, and while originating as an NACBS publication, its editorial board will integrate the directors of leading British and Irish Studies organizations, institutes, and research libraries. The purpose of the BISI is encourage more international interaction and participation among British and Irish Studies groups.

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