Gujarati Women's Journals Digitized by SAMP
29 Mar 2019
SAMP Digitizes Svadeśa Newspaper
15 Jan 2019
SAMP Open Archives Initiative Founded
29 Feb 2016
CRL Supports AMPs’ Digital Turn
22 Sep 2014
CRL’s six Area Materials Projects increasingly embrace digitization as a mechanism for preservation and access.
SAMP Preserves D’avat
29 Feb 2012
The South Asia Microform Project (SAMP) has microfilmed six years of the newspaper D’avat, which was published in New Delhi, India.
SAMP Acquires Ceylon Times 1924–30
16 May 2011
SAMP has acquired 84 microfilm reels containing issues of Ceylon Times from 1924 to 1930.
CRL has completed cataloging of more than 30,000 titles from South and Southeast Asia.
SAMP Meeting April 1, 2011
14 Jan 2011
The South Asia Microform Project (SAMP) will hold its annual Business Meeting Friday, April 2, 2011.
Dastan-i Amir Hamzah Available from SAMP
1 Dec 2010
The South Asia Microform Project (SAMP) has made available on microfilm and in electronic format a nearly comprehensive set of the Dastan-i Amir Hamzah, published by Newal Kishore Press.
Upcoming SAMP Meeting March 26, 2010
1 Sep 2009
The next meeting of the South Asia Microform Project (SAMP) will be held Friday, March 26, 2010 at 7-9 pm in Room 502 of the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown during the Association for Asian Studies annual meeting. For more information, please visit SAMP's Web page.
SAMP acquires Ceylon Times, 1863–1907
1 Oct 2008
The South Asia Microform Project (SAMP) has acquired microfilm of the Ceylon Times for the period 1863–1907. The Ceylon Times was founded in 1846, becoming Times of Ceylon in 1883 as an evening daily. It was widely read by British officials and merchants as well as Ceylon’s elite.For more details, see the CRL catalog record for this title.
SAMP acquires Rahbar-i Dakan
14 May 2008
The South Asia Microform Project (SAMP) announces the availability of Rahbar-i Dakan, one of the most influential Urdu papers published in India, for the period 1925–46. SAMP preserved the rare and fragile paper from the collection of the Urdu Documentation Centre in Hyderabad. For more details, see the CRL catalog record for this title.