Journey from Calcutta to Simla, 1837. By Frances Eden (1801-49). (MSS EUR Photo Eur 325) © The British Library Board.
SAALG Conference July 2011
The South Asia Library Group was formed in 1967 and in 2001 changed its name to South Asia Archive and Library Group to acknowledge the presence of a number of archivists among its members. It consists of representatives of libraries, archives and other institutions in the United Kingdom with some degree of specialisation in South Asian Studies.
The aims of the Group are concerned with the acquisition and use of books, manuscripts and archival materials in the field of South Asian Studies, co-operative bibliographical projects and other matters which can be served by common consultation. The Group meets twice annually.
Squirrels in a plane tree, by Abu'l Hasan, Indian Albums, Mughal, c.1605-08. (Johnson Album 1/30) © The British Library Board.
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Presentations at SAALG Conference
London, January 2011
Delegates who attended SAALG's Borderlands Conference at the Royal Asiatic Society in January will be delighted to see Andrew Jarvis' article published in Modern Asian Studies (v.45, no.4, July 2011). Entitled 'The Myriad-Pencil of the Photographer' : seeing, mapping and situating Burma in 1855 (pp. 791-823), it questions how Tripe's photographs should be interpreted today.
A D Jarvis, Burma through the lens of Linnaeus Tripe (1)
Oxford, 2 July 2010
Related article published in Orientations, November 2007: Painting processions, social and religious landscape of Southern India in a "Company" album
Cambridge, 3 July 2009
Details of Moghal painting by Abu'l Hasan © The British Library Board.