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The Hans Keller Archive

The Hans Keller Archive

The Hans Keller Archive was established in the Cambridge University Library in 1995/96 (ten years after Keller’s death) with the appointment of an archivist (Alison Garnham) using funds provided by the Faculty of Music, Cambridge University. Publication of papers from the archive is by the joint permission of the Syndics of the Library, the Cosman Keller Art and Music Trust and the General Editor of the Archive Series, Christopher Wintle of King’s College London (who is also Keller’s literary executor). Many of the archive publications are in the hands of Plumbago Books and Arts, a small South London outlet founded by the Editor as an academically refereed specialist academic press with international distribution through Boydell & Brewer (UK) and the University of Rochester Press (USA). But many other publishing houses are or have been involved in the project, especially in the period leading up to the time when it was formally established: Ashgate, Cambridge University Press, Faber & Faber, Peter Lang AG, Dent and Toccata Press.

 

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