In July 2017, we launched a project entitled “Preserving Endangered Archives in Jerba, Tunisia: The al- Bāsī Family Library Pilot Project.”1 Generously supported by the Endangered Archives Programme (EAP) funded by the British Library and Arcadia, the project aims at the digital preservation of the private Arabic manuscript library of the al- Bāsī family in the town of Houmet Souk on the island of Jerba in southern Tunisia. This report offers a brief history of the collection and its contents as well as a description of the project’s training efforts and aims.
Boujdidi, Ali and Love, Paul
"Preserving Endangered Archives in Jerba, Tunisia: The al-Bāsī Family Library Pilot Project,"
Manuscript Studies: Vol. 3
, Article 10.
Available at: https://repository.upenn.edu/mss_sims/vol3/iss1/10