Archives and Recordkeeping: Theory Into Practice
edited by Caroline Brown
224 pages • 6 x 9
Articulating the core principles and issues that shape the discipline as well as their impact and relevance for the 21st-century professional, this important book simplifies and demystifies archives and record-keeping theory and its role in contemporary practice. Using an accessible approach, it outlines and explores key literature and concepts and the role they can play in practice. Brown and a raft of leading international thinkers and practitioners from the archives and records management world, including Jeannette Bastian, Alan Bell, Anne Gilliland, Rachel Hardiman, Eric Ketelaar, Jennifer Meehan, and Caroline Williams, consider the concepts and ideas behind the practicalities of archives and records management to draw out their importance and relevance.
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