follow link QueenSpark is delighted to announce Ali Ghanimi as the Co-ordinator for our Archives Alive project.

lsu grad school thesis Ali has been a project manager for 19 years in the public and voluntary sectors. She’s lives in Kemptown and is active in the local community. In 2012 she set up Free University Brighton to make education accessible to all. As well as being an avid book reader, she loves history and occasionally teaches women’s history, among other subjects.

essay analyzing rhetorical strategies Over the next two years Archives Alive will enable QueenSpark to create 4 new books and a new website in order to allow residents from all areas of the city, and visitors, to get involved and contribute to the telling of Brighton’s history. The thread throughout the entire programme will be to rediscover and repurpose material from QueenSpark’s and others’ archives, and there’ll be plenty of opportunities to get involved – keep your eye out (or receive our newsletter) if you want to to do so. Or, you can e-mail Ali on to register your interest right away.

paper writing anxiety We’d like to thank the National Lottery Players for helping us to realise this project.

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