New/Recent Publications: Various

Involving Students in Original Research with Primary Sources: A Graduate Course in the History of Mathematics Education,” chapter in Mathematics, Education and History
Patricia Baggett, Andrzej Ehrenfeucht

IS&T (digital) Archiving Conference Conference Proceedings, 2018

From People to Pixels: Visualizing Historical University Records
Proceedings of the 5th Biennial Transdisciplinary Imaging Conference 2018
Tomas Vancisin, Mary Orr, Alice Crawford, Uta Hinrichs

From Collection Silos to Digital Content Hubs: Digital Project Management in Special Collections and University Archives,” in Alice Daugherty , Samantha Schmehl Hines (ed.) Project Management in the Library Workplace (Advances in Library Administration and Organization, Volume 38) Emerald Publishing Limited
Angela Fritz

Survey of Techniques for Producing Blended Images: A Case Study Using Rollins College
Archives
Hannah Holman

Remembering The Church In The Wildwood: The Archival Processing And Digitization Of The Martinsville Baptist Church Collection
Allison N. Grimes

Mapping Visions of Rome and Digital Roman Heritage Connectivity Between Literary and Artistic Heritage in a Digital Age
Susanna de Beer

Italian center for Astronomical Archives publishing solution: modular and distributed,”
Marco Molinaroa, Nicola F. Calabriaa, Robert Butoraa, Sonia Zorbaa, and Riccardo Smaregliaa

Digital Cultural Heritage
Final Conference of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Initial Training Network for Digital Cultural Heritage, ITN-DCH 2017, Olimje, Slovenia, May 23–25, 2017, Revised Selected Papers

Proceedings of the 18th ACM/IEEE on Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, 2018

Beyond Documentary?: Archives, Absences, and Rethinking Mexican “Nonfiction” Film, c. 1935–1955,” in The Precarious in the Cinemas of the Americas 
David M. J. Wood

Exercising Research Skills: An Information Literacy Boot Camp for Religious Studies Graduate Assistants
Stephanie Shreffler, Heidi Gauder

Becoming Part of the Conversation through Assessment of Undergraduate Library Internships” in Shaping the Campus Conversation on Student Learning and Experience: Activating the Results of Assessment in Action Association of College & Research Libraries, 2018
Clinton K. Baugess, Kathryn Martin

Interview, George Oates: Making and Remaking Collections Online, Open Library of Humanities

Archive 2.0: A critical review of the current state of the archives
Emily Bosch

Call for Abstracts: “Field as Archive / Archive as Field, special issue of International Journal of Islamic Architecture

Call for Abstracts on “Field as Archive / Archive as Field,” a special journal issue on the theme of the contingencies and errancies affecting fieldwork and archival work in spatially focused research. Please find further details below and feel free to share widely.

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
International Journal of Islamic Architecture (IJIA)
Special Issue: Field as Archive / Archive as Field
Thematic volume planned for July 2020
Abstract submission deadline: 30 July 2018

This special issue of IJIA focuses on the experience of carrying out archival work or fieldwork in architectural research, including research-led practice. How might this experience, with all its contingencies and errancies, be made into the very stuff of the architectural histories, theories, criticisms and/or practices resulting from it? This question is rendered all the timelier due to recent and ongoing developments across the globe, not least in the geographies relevant to IJIA’s remit. The fallout from the so-called ‘Arab Spring’ has escalated social, political, and economic crises and, in certain cases like Libya and Syria, has taken an overtly violent turn. Major countries with a predominantly Muslim population, such as Turkey, Egypt and Indonesia, have witnessed restrictions on civil liberties. Moreover, the word ‘Islam’ has become embroiled in various restrictive measures introduced in countries whose successive administrations have otherwise laid claim to being bastions of democracy and freedom, such as emergency rule in France and travel bans in the US. Others with significant Muslim populations, such as India and Russia, have seen nationalist and/or populist surges, often with significant implications for their minorities. Such developments have engendered numerous issues of a markedly architectural and urban character, including migration, refuge, and warfare, protest and surveillance, as well as heightening the risk of contingencies and errancies affecting archival work and fieldwork. Whereas this risk and its materializations are typically considered unfortunate predicaments and written out of research outputs, how might a focus on architecture at this juncture help write them back into history, theory, criticism, and practice? What might this mean for the ways in which architectural research is conceived and carried out under seemingly ‘ordinary’ circumstances – those that appear free from the risk of contingencies and errancies affecting archival work and field work?

For the full CfA and guidelines, see https://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-Journal,id=204/view,page=2/

New/Recent Publications: Books

In Our Own Voices, Redux: The Faces of Librarianship Today
Edited by Teresa Y. Neely and Jorge R. López-McKnight

The Year in C-SPAN Archives Research: Volume 4
Robert X. Browning

Records, Information and Data: Exploring the role of record-keeping in an information culture
Geoffrey Yeo

Torn from Their Bindings: A Story of Art, Science, and the Pillaging of American University Libraries
Travis McDade

Digitisation of Culture: Namibian and International Perspectives
Editors: Dharm Singh, JatJürgen Sieck, Hippolyte N’Sung-Nza Muyingi, Heike Winschiers-Theophilus, Anicia Peters, Shawulu Nggada

The Sentient Archive: Bodies, Performance, and Memory
Edited by Bill Bissell and Linda Caruso Haviland

Documenting Performance: The Context and Processes of Digital Curation and Archiving
Editor Toni Sant

Hidden Hemingway: Inside the Ernest Hemingway Archives of Oak Park
Robert K. Elder, Aaron Vetch and Mark Cirino

Sins against Nature: Sex and Archives in Colonial New Spain
Zeb Tortorici

The International Directory of National Archives
Edited by Patricia C. Franks and Anthony Bernier

Digital Curation Projects Made Easy: A Step-by-Step Guide for Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Carmen Cowick

Call for Associate Editors: Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies

Note: applicants must be members of the New England Archivists in good standing.

The Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies, sponsored by New England Archivists and Yale University Library, seeks applications for Associate Editors. Three positions are available (term starting March 2019).

The Associate Editor works in collaboration with the Managing Editor and other members of the Editorial Board to solicit, select, and develop content for the journal. Primary duties include selection of peer reviewers for assigned submissions and supervising the peer review process in consultation with the Managing Editor, evaluating peer review reports, and making recommendations to the Managing Editor on the suitability of submissions for publication.

Additional duties include participation in programming at events, soliciting submissions, assisting in the development of content, and actively participating in the management of the journal. Terms of service are three years with the opportunity for a second term for a total of six years of service.

JCAS is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that furthers awareness of issues and developments in the work of professional archivists, curators, librarians, and historians. It serves as a locus for graduate students and professionals in library science, archival science, and public history to contribute original works of research and inquiry for peer review and publication. The journal publishes on an article-by-article basis.

Applicants must submit a résumé/CV and a brief statement of interes​t​​ ​to email.jcas@gmail.com by Tuesday, September 4.

New Issues: Fontes Artis Musicae

Vol. 65/1, January–March 2018

Vol. 65/2, April-June 2018

Vol. 65/1, January–March 2018

Articles

  • Lithuanian Piano Rolls: Collections and Research Darius Kǔcinskas
  • Forgotten Episodes from the Works of Twentieth-Century Polish Composers: Film and Theatre Music in the University of Warsaw Library Aleksandra Górka and Magdalena Borowiec

Briefs / Feuilletons

Reviews

  • Beyond Bach: Music and Everyday Life in the Eighteenth Century. By Andrew Talle Alon Schab
  • Du Langage au Style: Singularités de Francis Poulenc. Edited by Lucie Kayas and Hervé Lacombe Keith Clifton
  • Reflections of an American Harpsichordist: Unpublished Memoirs, Essays and Lectures of Ralph Kirkpatrick. Edited by Meredith Kirkpatrick Bridget Cunningham
  • British Royal and State Funerals: Music and Ceremonial since Elizabeth I. By Matthias Range Matthew Gardner

Treasurer’s Report Thomas Kalk
IAML General Assembly Minutes 2017 Pia Shekhter
Governing Documents
Notes for Contributors

Vol. 65/2, April-June 2018

Articles

  • An Approach to the Cuban Institutions that Hold Documents Related to Musical Heritage Yohana Ortega Hernández
  • Contemporary Classical Music Scores-Parts and Intellectual Property: National Radio-Television Archive of Contemporary Classical Music and Oral History Project Artemis Papadaki

Briefs / Feuilletons

Reviews

  • Consuming Music: Individuals, Institutions, Communities, 1730-1830. Edited by Emily H. Green and Catherine Mayes Katharine Hogg
  • The Advancement of Music in Enlightenment England: Benjamin Cooke and the Academy of Ancient Music. Bu Tim Eggington Matthew Gardner
  • Benjamin Britten Studies: Essays on an Inexplicit Art. Edited by Vicki P. Stroeher and Justin Vickers Cameron Pyke
  • Musical Debate and Political Culture in France, 1700-1830. By R. J. Arnold David Charlto
  • British Royal and State Funerals: Music and Ceremonial since Elizabeth I. By Matthias Range Matthew Gardner

Information for Contributors

 

New Issue: Archival Science

Volume 18, Issue 2, June 2018

Archival assemblages: applying disability studies’ political/relational model to archival description
Gracen Brilmyer

Archival assemblages: applying disability studies’ political/relational model to archival description
Gracen Brilmyer

Traveling through: exploring doctoral demographics in archival studies
Sarah A. Buchanan, Jonathan Dorey, Kathryn Pierce Meyer

EAD ODD: a solution for project-specific EAD schemes
Laurent Romary, Charles Riondet

Spanish historic archives’ use of websites as a management transparency vehicle
Ana R. Pacios, José Luis La Torre Merino