The Charlie Archive Collection at the Harvard Library is an unique, wide-ranging project. It demonstrates new innovative approaches to and methodology of building and processing distinctive French-language collections in academic libraries in U.S.  It also illustrates new strategies for collections and partnerships in academic libraries in building archives that thematically relate to important socio-political events: collaborations between the library and academic departments; between curators, archivists and library technical services staff, and finally between various institutions at international level.

You will find below an overview of the Press coverage of the Charlie Archive project, links to various Events & Presentations devoted to this project and also a list of some interviews with CAHL members.  

Press coverage of the Charlie Archive project

Events & Presentations