The Sarah Hughes Archive
The Sarah Hughes Archive is Sarah’s collection of printed newspaper cuttings stored and preserved by The Sarah Hughes Trust. The archive contains the physical versions of her articles, features, book reviews, tv guides, news reports and sports journalism. Covering her hugely popular television and entertainment writing, it holds her earlier sport journalism on horse racing, football, boxing and USA College football and basketball, and includes her award winning human rights reports with the photojournalist Kate Holt, on human right abuses by UN peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The Sarah Hughes Archive preserves and disseminates the legacy of Sarah Hughes (1972 – 2021). Dating from the turn of the century (1997) to the month of her death in 2021, The Sarah Hughes Archive captures both Sarah’s eclectic, feminist, interdisciplinary approach to journalism and acts as an ode to the physical materiality of newspapers and printed matter.
Including cuttings from the Guardian, the Observer, the Independent, the Independent on Sunday, the I, New Nation, the Manchester Evening News, Sports First and New York Daily News, the archive also contains Sarah’s ‘under-the-line’ writing as experienced through her Guardian TV blogs and episode recaps, including her engaging Twitter feed (April 2011 - April 2021).
For further information on the Sarah Hughes Archive please contact:
︎ John Hughes