New Issue: Archives & Records

Archives & Records, Volume 28, Issue 2, 2017
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Articles

“Keeping time in dance archives: moving towards the phenomenological archive space”
Arike Oke

“From personal to public: field books, museums, and the opening of the archives”
Michael Jones

“Exploring encounters between families, their histories and archived oral histories”
Mary Stewart & Cynthia Brown

“Has the introduction of orphan works licensing schemes solved the problem that orphan works present to digitization projects?”
Samantha Callaghan

“Should archivists edit Wikipedia, and if so how?”
George Cooban

Opinion Pieces

“Role of public archivists in post-apartheid South Africa: passive custodians or proactive narrators”
Isabel Schellnack-Kelly

“Protecting rights, asserting professional identity”
Margaret Procter

Book Reviews

“Teaching with primary sources”
Nerys Tunnicliffe

“The later Inquisitions post mortem: mapping the medieval countryside and rural society”
Christopher Whittick

“The cartulary of Binham Priory”
Euan C. Roger

“Appraisal and acquisition strategies”
Rachel MacGregor

“Engaging with records and archives: histories and theories”
Margaret Procter

“Practical tips for developing your staff”
Caroline Sampson

“Mannock Strickland 1683–1744: agent to English convents in Flanders. Letters and accounts from exile”
Robert F. W. Smith

“Terrier of Llanthony Priory’s houses and lands in Gloucester 1443”
Marianne Wilson

“This ghastly affair: Great War letters from the Leathersellers’ archives”
Michael Page

“The letters of John Collier of Hastings, 1731–1746”
Nell Darby

“The Special Collections Handbook”
Mark Dorrington

“Participatory heritage”
Melinda Haunton

“The logbook of Thomas Slatford, headmaster Littlehampton school 1871-1911”
Philip Gale

Obituary

Michael Farrar (1929–2017)
Philip Saunders

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