New Issue: RBM: A Journal of Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Cultural Heritage

Vol 19, No 2 (2018)

Editor’s Note

Richard Saunders. “Editor’s Note.”

Research Articles

Cyndi Shein, Hannah E. Robinson, and Hana Gutierrez. “Agility in the Archives: Translating Agile Methods to Archival Project Management.”

Michael L. Taylor. “Special Collections Exhibitions: How They Pay Dividends for Your Library.”

Ryan Prendergast and Kristen Totleben. “Course Design, Images, and the Class-Curated Exhibit.”

Book Reviews

Amy Hildreth Chen. The Pioneer Americanists: Early Collectors, Dealers, and Bibliographers. J. Kevin Graffagnino, Terese M. Austin, Jayne Ptolemy, and Brian Leigh Dunnigan, eds

Jillian Sparks. Debbie Lee and Kathryn Newfont. The Land Speaks: New Voices at the Intersection of Oral and Environmental History.

Michelle Urberg. Digital Library Programs for Libraries and Archives by Aaron D. Purcell. Developing Digital Scholarship, Alison MacKenzie and Lindsey Martin, eds.

New Issue: SLIS Connecting Special Issue: British Studies

Volume 7, Issue 1 (2018) SLIS Connecting Special Issue: British Studies

Columns
Director’s Report
USM School of Library and Information Science

Spotlights: Faculty, Alumnus, and Courses
USM School of Library and Information Science

From the GAs: Congratulations, Publications, Presentations
USM School of Library and Information Science

Student Associations: News and Events
USM School of Library and Information Science

Remembering a Visit to the World’s Oldest Carnegie Library
Matthew R. Griffis

British Studies Interview
Martha Attridge Bufton and Teresa S. Welsh

Historic Pubs of London, Oxford, Edinburgh
Teresa S. Welsh MLIS, Ph.D.

Articles
The Feminist Library: “History is Herstory, Too”
Lauren B. Dodd

Through the Lens: World War I Photography as Historical Record
Kimberly Holifield

Documenting the British East India Company and their Involvement in the East Indian Slave Trade
Bonnie Pinkston

“Eminently Combustible” — Charles Williams, the Most Interesting Inkling
Clay Waters

Recent Issue: Provenance

Provenance, Volume 34, Number 2 (2017)

Editor’s Note
Heather Oswald

Articles

Defining Archives: Ingenuity, Innovation and New Perspectives
Dr. Meredith Evans

“I Go To School, But I Never Learn What I Want To Know”: Archival Advocacy and Outreach as Expressed in Educational Settings
Jeremy Brett, Jasmine Jones, and Leah Edelman

A Shared Space: The Collaborative Alliance Between the College of Charleston Special Collections and the South Carolina Historical Society Archives
Mary Jo Fairchild, Molly Inabinett, and Joshua Minor

Books Reviews
Katy Sternberger, Brandon Wason, Donnie Summerlin, Joshua Minor, Amanda Pellerin, Erin Lawrimore, and Anne Graham

New Issue: Archive Journal, Special Issue on Digital Medieval Manuscript Cultures

Edited by Michael Hanrahan, Bridget Whearty
September 2018

The Digital Archive, Scholarly Enquiry, and the Study of Medieval English Manuscripts
By A. S. G. Edwards

Why Do We Digitize? The Case for Slow Digitization
By Andrew Prescott, Lorna Hughes

Digital Manuscripts as Sites of Touch: Using Social Media for “Hands-On” Engagement with Medieval Manuscript Materiality
By Johanna M. E. Green

Recovering Lost Texts: Rebuilding Lost Manuscripts
By Julia Craig-McFeely

Remix the Medieval Manuscript: Experiments with Digital Infrastructure
By Michelle R. Warren, Bay Lauris ByrneSim, Laura Braunstein, with collaborators (in alphabetical order): Monica Erives, Logan Henderson, Deborah Howe, Divya Kalidindi, Scott Millspaugh, Benjamin Patrick, Emily Ulrich, Qingyu Wang, and Jennifer Zhong

Julian of Norwich and the Digital
By Elizabeth Robertson

New: Case Studies on Teaching With Primary Sources

There are now five case studies available, check them out!

CASE 1
Collaborating for Impact in Teaching with Primary Sources
 

by SAMANTHA CRISP

CASE 2
Teaching Citations as a Multi-functional Approach to Archives Instruction 

by HELEN McMANUS and LEAH RICHARDSON

CASE 3
Fostering Historical Empathy in Unusual Times: A Case Study of the Course “OSU, Women and Oral History: An Exploration of 150 Years”
by CHRIS PETERSEN and TIAH EDMUNSON-MORTON

CASE 4
Crafting a Research Question: Differentiated Teaching for Instruction With Primary Sources Across Diverse Learning Levels 
by JEN HOYER, KAITLIN HOLT, JULIA PELAEZ

CASE 5
Exploring Ephemerality, Biases, and Silences in Archives
by ERIN DIX

Recent Issue: Arhivi (Slovenia)

Letnik 41 (2018), št. 1

INDEX
INTRODUCTION TO THE THEMATIC ISSUE
MARIJA GRABNAR Creators, Caretakers and Users of Archival Records on Health Care in Slovenia 9

ARTICLES AND PAPERS
KATARINA KEBER Medical Records as a Comprehensive Source in Scientific Research: The Example of Social History of Medicine 11

LUKA ZUPANC Protection of Archival Records of Health Service Practitioners Containing Personal Data on Medical Treatment 23

MARIJA GRABNAR Archival Fonds of Health Care Institutions in Regional Archives and the Archives of the Republic of Slovenia 35

DUNJA DOBAJA Archival Records as a Source for Studying Social History with Emphasis on Social and Health Protection of Mothers and Children in Slovenia in the Inter-War Period 49

ZDENKA BONIN Older Archival Records on Health Care Services Kept in Regional Archives Koper with the Emphasis on the Operation of Poorhouses from the 13th to the Early 20th Century 63

URŠKA BRATOŽ Selected Examples of Nominative Sources from Medical Records as a Contribution to the History of Health Care in Koper in the 19th Century 95

KARLA PACEK Sisters of Charity in Health Care Institutions 105

TONE KOŠIR Manuscripts of Healers from Škofja Loka Surroundings 117

RADOVAN PULKO Sanatorium of Russian Red Cross Vurberk 127

HEDVIKA ZDOVC Care for Public Health System in the Fonds of Administration in the Area of Historical Archives Celje from the Second Half of the 19th Century to 1941 143

MARIJA POČIVAVŠEK Health Care in Celje during the Second World War 157

MAJA PRIMIC-ŽAKELJ, VESNA ZADNIK, TINA ŽAGAR Cancer Registry of Slovenia 171

FROM THE ARCHIVAL FILES AND COLLECTIONS
OLGA PIVK Archival Records on Health Care in the 19th Century in Administrative Fonds of the Archives of the Republic of Slovenia 185

IVANKA URŠIČ Dr. Anton Prijatelj, Occupational Health Care Medicine Expert. Portrait of a Prominent Doctor in Primorska 195

GORDANA ŠÖVEGEŠ LIPOVŠEK Venereal Diseases in Maribor and its Outskirts on the Basis of Civil Registers of Maribor General Hospital During the Inter-war Period 209

GAŠPER ŠMID Health Care During the Inter-War Period in Archival Records of Drava Banovina 217

MIRA HODNIK The Acquisition of Archival Records of Health Care Institutions on the Example of Psychiatric Hospital Idrija 233

JULIJANA VISOČNIK Health Care and Health – Fragments from the Archdiocesan  Archives Ljubljana 245

ŽARKO ŠTRUMBL The Construction of University Medical Centre Ljubljana 1966-1975. Archival Records on the University Medical Centre Ljubljana 255

NATAŠA PETELIN Conservation and Restoration of Apprentice Book of Maribor Surgeons (1776-1837) 269

TATJANA RAHOVSKY ŠULIGOJ Strategy for Saving Flooded Material: Prevention,
Salvaging and Elimination of the Consequences of the Accident 283

ON THE ACTIVITIES OF THE ARCHIVES AND THE CONFERENCES
Aleksander Lavrenčič 11th Autumn Archival School in Trieste 293

Mitja Sadek International Archival School in Paris (Stage Technique International D’archives) 299

REVIEWS AND REPORTS ON THE PUBLICATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS
Publications

Aleksander Lavrenčič Atlanti: Review for Modern Archival Theory and Practice, 27 (2017), No. 1 and 2 305

Aleksander Žižek Bojan Cvelfar, Srbska pravoslavna cerkev na Slovenskem med svetovnima vojnama 313

Vesna Sirk Dekade: sedemdeseta 1970–1979. Celje. (uredila Borut Batagelj, Vesna Sirk) 314

Jure Volčjak Vodnik po arhivskem gradivu 1. svetovne vojne. (uredil Jure Volčjak) 317

Aleksandra Serše Vrhniški razgledi, Miscllaneous of Museums Society of Vrhnika, Volume 1–7, Years 1996–2017, Issues 1–17 319

Exhibitions
Nataša Budna Kodrič Traveling Exhibition V zaledju soške fronte July 2015 – Autumn 2017 331

Inaugural Issue: Current Research in Digital History

Volume 1 (2018)
(open access)

Synthesis and Large-Scale Textual Corpora: A Nested Topic Model of Britain’s Debates over Landed Property in the Nineteenth Century
Jo Guldi and Benjamin Williams

Digitally Analyzing the Uneven Ground: Language Borrowing Among Indian Treaties
Joshua Catalano

Sites of Sovereignty: American Indian Earthwork and Burial Site Activism in the Midwest, 1917–1968
Mary Wise

Mining the ICC: Macroanalysis of the Indian Claims Commission
Peter Carr Jones

Geo-Locating Census Micro-Data: Segregation, Clustering, and Residential Behaviours of Migrant Communities in London, 1881–1911
James Perry

Mapping Mobility: Class and Spatial Mobility in the Wall Street Workforce, 1890–1914
Atiba Pertilla

“Attracted by the Khaki”: War Camps and Wayward Girls in Virginia, 1918–1920
Erin N. Bush

Glitching History: Using Image Deformance to Rethink Agency and Authenticity in the 1960s American Folk Music Revival
Michael J. Kramer

Revealing Political Bias: A Macroanalysis of 8,480 Herblock Cartoons
Simon Appleford

(Re)Humanizing Data: Digitally Navigating the Bellevue Almshouse
Anelise Hanson Shrout

Mapping the Media Landscape in Old Regime France: Citation Practices and Social Reading in the Affiches, 1770–1788
Elizabeth Andrews Bond

“The Two Diseases Are So Utterly Dissimilar”: Using Digital Humanities Tools to Advance Scholarship in the Global History of Medicine
E. Thomas Ewing

Growing Strong: The Institutional Expansion of Knowledge in the Early Republic
George D. Oberle III

Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches to the Development of Darwin’s Origin of Species
Jaimie Murdock , Colin Allen and Simon DeDeo

Notes on the Future of Virginia: Visualizing a 40-Year Conversation on Race and Slavery in the Correspondence of Jefferson and Short
Scot French

Researching Genres in Agricultural Communities: The Role of the Farm Record Book
Marcy L. Galbreath and Amy L. Giroux

Talk-Back Boards and Text Mining: New Digital Approaches in Museum Visitor Studies
Josh Howard