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Paul Webb Collection

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Collection number 14-025
Collection title Paul Webb Collection
Date range (approx.) 1980-2010
Shelf meters (approx.) 1.5
Scope and contents Papers and publications relating to Dr Webb’s human rights advocacy work in Burma and elsewhere in the region. The collection includes newsletters, magazines, reports, and emails from refugee and human rights electronic mailing lists.
Physical description Manuscripts, typescripts, printed matter (books, pamphlets, fliers), clippings, photographs
Language English
Language code eng
Collection created by Paul Webb
Biographical history The Rev Dr Webb (1932-2012), Southeast Asian historian, taught at the Northern Territory University from 1987 after completing his doctorate at James Cook University, and was founding Director of the Centre for Southeast Asian Studies. As a human rights advocate he focused on the plight of Burmese refugees and the Cambodian boat people.
Provenance Bequest
Subjects Human rights
Names (person) Paul Webb
Places Burma [Myanmar]
Southeast Asia
Box list available? No
Item list available? No
Conditions governing access Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers are advised that this collection may contain images or names of people who have since passed away
Related material 14-007 Dennis Shoesmith Collection held by the Arafura Research Archive
Please see links below.
Location Arafura Research Archive. Please contact the Archivist on (08) 8946 7794 or at ara@cdu.edu.au for more information
Institution Charles Darwin University, Darwin
Description for Link Obituary on CDU website, 1 Oct 2012
Dennis Shoesmith Collection [14-007]
URL http://www.cdu.edu.au/enews/versions/011012/stories/historyacademic.html
http://espace.cdu.edu.au/view/cdu:59550
 
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