One of the key project aims has been to highlight the many and varied resources pertaining to Ulster-Scots studies located in the archives and libraries of Northern Ireland. This is an expansive study which examines aspects of Ulster-Scots through language, identity, culture, politics, religion and diaspora studies.
Carrying out onsite visits throughout Northern Ireland, the study revealed the extent of resources available in both public and specialist institutions which can be accessed for learning and research.
Research was carried out to establish what materials were available and how they can be accessed and has as a result revealed the vast repertoire of relevant material available to the general public through consultation with local institutions. Details of this study are provided in report form.
[Due for publication end of March 2016]
Download Report: Treasures of the Archives
Also available inhard copy from:
DCALNI (Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure Northern Ireland)
1-7 Bedford Street,
Belfast, BT2 7EG
Tel: 028 9025 8825
A sample database of the type of artefacts, images and items available throughout the archives and libraries in Northern Ireland.
Material Culture Database