Paul Vernon Dudman
Paul Dudman is the Archivist based at the University of East London. Paul has been responsible for the Refugee Council Archive at UEL since 2002 and has over a decade’s experience working within higher education archives.
Paul is currently working on developing an Oral History Special Interest Group in conjunction with the Oral History Society whilst continuing to develop the IASFM Working Group for Archiving and Documentation of History of Forced Migration and Refugees.
Paradoxical narratives of transcultural encounters of the “other”: Civic engagement with refugees and migrants in London
Rumana, H. ; Dudman, P.V.. 2016. Transnational Social Review: A Social Work Journal. 192-199.
UEL Civic Engagement Funding
Paul has been involved in three successful projects funded by the University of East London's Civic Engagement fund. The projects to date have included the:
1) Performing the Archive: Living Narratives of Politics and Performance. Project run in conjunction with the Centre for Performing Arts at UEL during 2016.
2) The Refugee Mental Health and Wellbeing Portal. Project undertaken in collaboration with the UEL School of Psychology during 2016.
3) Democratic Access or Privileged Exclusion? Civic Engagement through the Preservation and Access to Refugee Archives. A project undertaken in 2015 in collaboration with the UEL Centre for Migration, Refugees and Belonging.