Hiding the Colonial Past? A Comparison of European Archival Policies

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Displaced archives are a common legacy of colonialism. This chapter examines the similarities and differences between the ‘migrated archives’ and their European counterparts (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, and Spain). It contrasts some archival policies and the political questions these policies continue to raise.

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