13 December 2017

Project Publicity Meeting

Boğaziçi University Archives and Documentation Center completed the Project titled “Histories of Science, Culture and Education in İstanbul Through Personal Archives” supported by İstanbul Development Agency’s "Innovative and Creative İstanbul Financial Support Program" between 15 December 2016- 14 December 2017.

5 December 2017

Cataloging and Digitization Workshop on Private Collections

İstanbul Medeniyet University, Department of Information and Document Management students along with two of their professors, Prof. Dr. Bilgin Aydın and Assoc. Prof. Dr Didar Bayır, visited our center. We offered detailed information on the collections and our archive system

16 November 2017

An Archive Work: Preservation and Evaluation of the Collective Memory of Asia Minor Rum Orthodox Population

Stavros Anestidis focused on the history of Asia Minor Research Center and the processes of collecting, cataloging and opening to the researchers the archival documents on the Rum populations of İstanbul and Anatolia.

20 October 2017

Archives and Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age

The conference, bringing together participants from different disciplines and fields of specializations, opened to discussion the latest developments in Turkey in the areas of archival work and digitization.

29 March 2017

A Historical Journey with Personal Archives

In the context of the 53rd Library Week, Boğaziçi University, Koç University, İstanbul Şehir University and Sismanoglio Megaro Library came together to convey their work on private archives held at these institutions.

10 November 2016

“We Would Like to Open Personal Archives to the Researchers”

Boğaziçi University Archives and Documentation Center has moved to its new building. The Center, which has started its operations last year in September, is rapidly becoming institutionalized with new projects.

13 April 2015

From Boxes to Catalogues: Towards Boğaziçi Archives

Written and visual documents forming the institutional memory of Robert College and Boğaziçi University from mid-19th century to the end of 20th century, appeared publicly for the first time with a comprehensive exhibition.