Press

 T160K In the Press/Media

Latest  News!

okayafrica logo for press page blog short sidesOkayafrica- Ethiocolor’s 360° Music Video Revolution In Addis Ababa  6.23.2015  

ssn insider logo for press page blogSSN Insider- Development Pick List: True Story – Librarian on a Mission Saves Timbuktu’s Manuscripts  5.22.2015  

PBS News Hour logo for press page blog MEDIUMPBS News Hour– Rescuing the Priceless Manuscripts of Timbuktu   3.10.2015  (featuring T160K partner, Abdel Kader Haidara)

 Nomos Journal – Terror Heritage?   3.25.2015  nomos journal logo for press page blog

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actualitte logo for press page blog MEDIUM ActuaLittéCollecte de fonds pour cataloguer les manuscrits de Tombouctou 2.23.15   English language translation Fundraising for cataloging the manuscripts of Timbuktu

  

guardian logo for press page blog MEDIUMThe GuardianCrowdfunding saved Timbuktu’s manuscripts. What’s next? 1.1.2015

    

inalj logo for press page blog MEDIUMINALJ (2015)- The Path of the Book: how rescued manuscripts finally get digitized  4.23.2015 

   

inalj logo for press page blog MEDIUMINALJ (2014)- Help Share the Manuscripts of Timbuktu with the World 12.2.2014 & What is T160K? And What Can You Do to Help?  12.13.2014

 

inspiring awesome logo for press page blog MEDIUMInspiring Awesome podcastKickstarting Africa with Stephanie Diakite  2.13.2015

 

library journal logo for press page blog MEDIUMLibrary JournalT160k Crowdfunds to Help Librarians Catalog Medieval Manuscripts from Timbuktu 1.26.2015

 

library juice press logo for press page blog MEDIUMLibrary Juice Press BlogInterview with Naomi House about T160K  10.22.2014

   

mail and guardian africa logo for press page blog MEDIUMMail & Guardian AfricaThe future of art: 3D printing could ‘restore’ Africa’s stolen history  1.2.2015

 

national geographic logo for press page blog MEDIUMNational Geographic – The Brave Sage of Timbuktu: Abdel Kader Haidara 4.21.14

  

oclc logo for press page blog MEDIUMOCLC Community Action – To save the Timbuktu archives in Mali  2.25.14

   

pulitzer center on crisis reporting logo for press page blog  MEDIUMPulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting – The Brave Sage of Timbuktu: Abdel Kader Haidara  4.25.14 (same as National Geographic story)

 

star africa logo for press page blog MEDIUMStar AfricaL’intégration de la culture dans le processus de développement – amener le CROWD!  2.2.2015

  

words in the bucket logo for press page blog MEDIUMWords in the Bucket –  Searching for Music Across Mali  2.26.15
   

T160K in the Press pre-2014

cnn logo for press page blog MEDIUMCNNSaved from Islamists, Timbuktu’s manuscripts face new threat  5.28.13

    

cs monitor logo for press page blog MEDIUMChristian Science Monitor Libraries in Exile’ fights to save priceless manuscripts in Mali  6.17.13

    

guardian books logo for press page blog MEDIUMThe Guardian Books  Librarians in Exile Group Launches Appeal to Save Timbuktu Manuscripts  6.17.13

    

huff post logo for press page blog MEDIUMThe Huffington Post, France – Trésor culturel en péril: sauvons les manuscrits de Tombouctou  6.18.13

    

new republic logo for press page blog MEDIUMThe New Republic The Bibliophiles of Timbuktu: How a Team of Sneaky Librarians Duped Al Qaeda and Saved Some of the Ancient World’s Greatest Artifacts  4.25.13

    

the next web logo for press page blog MEDIUMThe Next Web – 300,000 ancient manuscripts were saved from rebels in Timbuktu, but now face a slow death by rot  6.8.13

    

spiegel online logo for press page blog  MEDIUMSpiegel Online – Vor Islamisten gerettet, vom Schimmel bedroht 6.19.13

    

star africa logo for press page blog MEDIUMStarAfrica.comYou can Save the Manuscripts, Interview with Abdel Kader Haidara and Stéphanie Diakité  6.11.13

    

university of oregon logo for press page blog MEDIUMUniversity of Oregon video Stephanie Diakité – “The Evacuation of the Timbuktu Manuscripts and Their Life in Exile: The Work of T160K  3.13.13

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