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by Richard J. Cox

eBook No Innocent Deposits: Forming Archives by Rethinking Appraisal download ISBN: 0810848961
Author: Richard J. Cox
Publisher: The Scarecrow Press, Inc.; n edition (December 10, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 312
ePub: 1423 kb
Fb2: 1506 kb
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Social Sciences

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To this end, Richard Cox takes a serious look at archival repositories and collections

To this end, Richard Cox takes a serious look at archival repositories and collections. In this series of essays, Cox offers archivists rare insight into the fundamentals of appraisal, and historians and other users of archives the opportunity to appreciate the collections they all too often take for granted.

Cox offers archivists rare insight into the fundamentals of appraisal, and historians and other users of archives the opportunity to appreciate the collections they all too often take for granted. To this end, Richard Cox takes a serious look at archival repositories and collections.

Richard J. Libraries and archives have violated their public trust, argues Nicholson Baker in his controversial book Double Fold, by destroying . No Innocent Deposits: Forming Archives By Rethinking Appraisal. Libraries and archives have violated their public trust, argues Nicholson Baker in his controversial book Double Fold, by destroying traditional books, newspapers, and other paper-based collections. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

The public increase of interest in the past has not necessarily brought with it a greater understanding about how archives are formed. To this end, Richard Cox takes a serious look at archival repositories and collections. Cox suggests that archives do not just happen, but are consciously shaped (and sometimes distorted) by archivists, the creators of records, and other individuals and institutions. In this series of essays, Cox offers archivists rare insight into the fundamentals of appraisal, and historians and other users of archives the opportunity to appreciate the collections they all too often take for granted.