Archives & Manuscripts: Volumes 1-39, 1955-2011 Available Online Now

Congratulations to the Australian Society of Archivists on this great achievement!

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We are excited to announce that you can now access Volumes 1-39 (1955 – 2011) of Archives & Manuscripts online, via an open access platform. All volumes are full-text searchable and globally accessible.

Visit the Archives & Manuscripts Online Archives to access hundreds of articles by archival and recordkeeping academics, researchers, practitioners, students and theorists.

Volumes from 2012 (including current volumes) are available to ASA members through the Member Centre.

We would like to acknowledge the generosity of both the University of New South Wales Library and the Australian National University Archives for producing the high-resolution scans of Archives & Manuscripts on a gratis basis.

Thank you to the Australian Library and Information Association for allowing copyright of the earlier editions – when Archives and Manuscripts was published as the journal of the Archives Section of the Library Association of Australia.

We would also like to acknowledge the support and assistance of members and authors in making this online archive accessible.

CFP: Archives & Manuscripts

Archives & Manuscripts – Call for Papers

19 Sep 2019

Archives & Manuscripts is inviting submissions of up to 10,000 words for a themed edition on Scholarly and Professional Communication in Archives: Archival Traditions and Languages in March 2021.

In this special issue of Archives & Manuscripts, we are seeking to develop our knowledge base by bringing together authors that represent different archival traditions and practices. We are particularly interested in contributions by authors – scholars and practitioners – from non-English speaking countries that present and contrast different archival traditions and/or practices.

Key Dates

Expressions of interest: 15 December 2019 by email.
Submission deadline: 1 July 2020
Publication: March 2021

Submission Instructions

For full details and submission instructions, download the full Call for papers – Special Issue Archival Traditions and Languages.

New Issue: Archives & Manuscripts

Volume 47, 2019
(subscription)

Editorial
Viviane Frings-Hessami

Articles

More human than human? Artificial intelligence in the archive
Gregory Rolan, Glen Humphries, Lisa Jeffrey, Evanthia Samaras, Tatiana Antsoupova & Katharine Stuart

Memory-making: a review of the Community Heritage Grant Program 1994–2018
Leisa Gibbons

Metadata as a machine for feeling in Germaine Greer’s archive
Millicent Weber & Rachel Buchanan

Digitised, digital and static archives and the struggles in the Middle East and North Africa
C. R. Pennell

An archive of humanity: the NSW Division of the Australian Red Cross, 1914–2014
Alison Wishart & Michael Carney

Diversity’s discontents: in search of an archive of the oppressed
Jarrett M. Drake

Reviews

Queering Archives: Historical Unravellings, Radical Histories Review Special Issue
Lachlan Glanville

The Big Archive: Art from Bureaucracy
Antonina Lewis

Agents of Empire: How E.L. Mitchell’s Photographs Shaped Australia
Catherine Robinson

Archives and Manuscripts Special Issue: Information Technologies and Indigenous Communities

The long-awaited Information Technologies and Indigenous Communities special issue of Archives and Manuscripts has been published online. ASA Members get free access to all A&M papers online via the Taylor and Francis webpage, make sure you log in via the member centre, to take full advantage of your membership.

This most recent issue was guest edited by Lyndon Ormond-Parker and Aaron Corn and contains revised versions of papers that were presented at the Information Technology and Indigenous Communities (ITIC) symposium that took place in tandem with the ASA Conference 2017.

Topics covered include audiovisual archives, the administration of Indigenous archives, connecting community to their archives, digital tools and approaches to representing Indigenous knowledge.

Eight peer-reviewed articles are complemented by two reflections that explore specific archives in depth. Two book reviews are included about recent books that have built significantly on research into archived Indigenous resources.

Lots of food for thought and practical examples of managing archives in a changing world.

Archives & Manuscripts Promotes Open Access

How to share your Archives and Manuscripts articles

The Archives and Manuscripts team are requesting that all contributors please consider posting the accepted manuscript* version of articles and reviews published from 2012 onwards on their preferred platform.

The accepted manuscript of anything published in Archives and Manuscripts from 2012 onwards can be shared on any platform. Including but not limited to: your personal website, your LinkedIn profile, your institution’s repository.

We only require that you add the following text to your manuscript:  “This is an [Accepted Manuscript / Original Manuscript] of an article published by Taylor & Francis in Archives and Manuscripts on [date of publication], available at http://wwww.tandfonline. com/[Article DOI].”

Adding this text will assist anyone who found your article or review to cite you correctly.

Refer to this infographic for further information about ways in which you can share your Archives and Manuscripts article.

If you have any questions or queries about this information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with the A&M Journal Team.

*The accepted manuscript version of your article is “your paper after peer review, when it has been revised and accepted for publication by the journal editor”. Please note that it is not the final version of your article which has been copyedited and typeset.  Instructions to sharing your work

Call for Submissions: Special Issue of Archives and Manuscripts

Call for Submissions — Special Issue of Archives and Manuscripts

Attention all emerging scholars and new professionals in records and archives management — the following Call for Proposals is open for submissions from around the world.

Archives and Manuscripts invites submissions for a theme issue dedicated to research and writing from emerging scholars and new professionals, on the broad theme of archives, records, and information management. Recent graduates, post-graduate and honours students in records and archives management programmes within Australia or around the world are invited to submit papers based on course assignments, projects, theses or other kinds of research work carried out as part of their education. Submissions will also be considered from recent graduates, based on work just completed as part of their academic programme. Recent graduates are defined as those who have graduated from undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate archives, records, or information studies programmes within the last two years.

The guest editors welcome a broad spectrum of submissions on any topics related to records and archives management, including, but not limited to, topics such as:
— records, archives, and information concepts, theories and principles
— the history of records, recordkeeping or archives management
— professional activities, roles, skills, responsibilities and needs
— records and archives systems, technologies or infrastructures
— the impact of digital technologies on records and archives management digital preservation
— new ways of teaching and learning about records and archives management
— the impact of changes in theory on records and archives practice
— access, reference and use of archives and records
— users of archives, community(ies) of users and public needs and priorities
— organizational cultures and social structures and their impact on records and recordkeeping
— personal records and recordkeeping activities
— the future of the profession.

How to submit your abstract

Submission Deadlines
Abstracts must be submitted no later than: 4 May 2018.
Abstracts accepted and authors notified no later than: 1 June 2018.
Full paper submissions: 24 August 2018.
Confirmation of inclusion in the special issue: 1 December 2018.
The issue is scheduled to be published in March 2019.

Submission Process

Submissions should include the following:
— The author’s full name, physical address, and email address.
— A statement confirming the author’s status as a student or recent graduate, including the name of the educational institution and/or programme of study and date of graduation, if applicable.
— A title for the proposed paper (a tentative title is acceptable)
— An abstract of no more than 500 words, outlining the theme, research question, hypothesis or focus of the paper, the research approach to be taken to the study (for theoretical or conceptual papers) or the research strategy and methodology to be used (for a research paper or case study), and any other details that help explain the intended purpose and scope of the paper.
— Between 3 and 6 keywords to represent the themes or topics in the paper.

Please submit your completed abstract by 4 May 2018 via the Archives and Manuscripts online submission site, ScholarOne Manuscripts.

If you are having difficulties with using the portal, please contact the General Editor, Katrina Dean or the Assistant Editor, Hannah Hibbert.
For accepted abstracts, the finished papers should be from 6,000-10,000 words, including notes and appendices, prepared according to Archives and Manuscripts editorial guidelines, which are available on the Instructions for Authors page. All submissions will follow a full peer review process.

For links to online submissions and for more information, go to http://explore.tandfonline.com/cfp/pgas/jmo03718-raam-si-cfp-writing-on-records-and-archives-from-emerging-scholars.

On behalf of the editorial team, Laura Millar is happy to receive informal enquiries and questions in advance of the deadline. Please contact her at laura_millar@telus.net if you have any questions or ideas about your potential contribution to this special issue of Archives and Manuscripts.

Editorial information

Guest Editor: Lise Summers, Independent Scholar, Perth, Australia Guest Editor: Laura Millar, Independent Scholar, British Columbia, Canada (laura_millar@telus.net) Guest Editor: Donald Force, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, United States

Call for Nominations: Mander Jones Awards

Publications Awards – Mander Jones Awards

The call for nominations for the 22nd annual Publication Awards Mander Jones Awards is now open.

These awards recognise excellence in publications relating to archives and recordkeeping. They are named in honour of Phyllis Mander Jones, a founding member of the Archives Section of the Library Association of Australia (later the ASA) and co-editor of the first issue of Archives & Manuscripts.

Works published in 2017 are eligible for nomination.

Nominations close on Monday 2 April 2018

Click here for category details and the nomination form.

For more information on the awards, contact the Mander Jones Awards Committee Secretary, Louise Trott.