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Seller: the_nile_stores (60,128) 99.2%, Location: Ohio, Ships to: GB, Item: 263695459532 FREE SHIPPING UK WIDE Emerging Trends in Archival Science by Karen F Gracy Emerging Trends in Archival Science provides readers with an excellent overview of the variety and scope of current scholarly thinking in archival science. It examines how people create, manage, and interact with records, and how the next generation of archivists can best be equipped to handle the recordkeeping challenges of the 21st century. FORMAT Paperback CONDITION Brand New Publisher Description Emerging Trends in Archival Science provides readers with an excellent overview of the variety and scope of current scholarly thinking in archival science. A new generation of thinkers is making the case for the importance of archives for addressing grand societal challenges such as peace and security, human rights, and adaptation to technological change in the information society. These emergent archival scholars are bringing fresh insights about the nature of the archival endeavor and the role of archives in preserving evidence of an increasingly complex and diverse society. They are thinking about how people create, manage, and interact with records and how the next generation of archivists can best be equipped to handle the recordkeeping challenges of the twenty-first century. Author Biography Karen F. Gracy is an associate professor in the School of Information at Kent State University. Her scholarly interests span cultural heritage stewardship, which encompasses preservation and conservation processes and practices; digital curation activities that consider the roles of heritage professionals and users in the lifecycle of objects and records; and knowledge representation activities such as definitions of knowledge domains, development of standards for description, and application of new technologies to improve access to cultural heritage objects. Table of Contents Chapter 1: Evidence and Exigency: Reconstructing and Reconciling Records for Life After Conflict, Anne J. GillilandChapter 2: A Case Study in Access to the Archival Records of the Military Courts of the Former Yugoslavia, Aida Skoro BabicChapter 3: On "Monstrous" Subjects and Human Rights Documentation, Mario RamirezChapter 4: Archiving the Ephemeral Experience, Jennifer JenkinsChapter 5: Insights from Archivists to Educate for Advocacy, Sarah BuchananChapter 6: Using Scenario Planning and Personas as an Aid to Reducing Uncertainty About Future Users, Erik A.M. Borglunda & Lena-Maria OEberg Review This volume showcases some of the very best new research ideas from practice and the academy. It demonstrates the value of archival thinking when applied to social justice issues and dislocation and war and offers new approaches to documenting social events. -- Elizabeth Shepherd, professor of archives and records management and director of research, University College London This volume pushes us to rethink traditional archival roles and responsibilities. From refugees and survivors of human rights abuse to performance artists and citizens, the archival stakeholders described here shift our narrow conceptions of record creators and users and expand the field for the better. -- Michelle Caswell Ph.D, assistant professor, Department of Information Studies, University of California-Los Angeles Karen F. Gracy has brought together a series of articles that demonstrates the power and relevance of international archival scholarship in the twenty-first century. Touching on issues of historical consciousness, postfactual politics, collective memory, identity, human rights, and social justice, the articles broaden our understanding of the nature and function of recorded knowledge, the impact of records on the lives of those who create them and those whose lives are bound within them, and the choices that record-keeping professionals face when negotiating various rights and claims in the name of documenting, acquiring, and preserving that knowledge and making it accessible. -- Ciaran B. Trace, associate professor, School of Information, University of Texas-Austin, and editor, Information & Culture: A Journal of History Details ISBN1442275146 Publisher Rowman & Littlefield ISBN-10 1442275146 ISBN-13 9781442275140 Format Paperback Imprint Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Place of Publication Lanham, MD Country of Publication United States Edited by Karen F. Gracy Author Karen F Gracy Media Book DEWEY 025 Pages 168 Year 2017 Publication Date 2017-11-01 Dimensions154mm x 229mm We've got this At The Nile, if you're looking for it, we've got it. With fast shipping, low prices, friendly service and well over a million items - you're bound to find what you want, at a price you'll love! 30 DAY RETURN POLICY No questions asked, 30 day returns! FREE DELIVERY No matter where you are in the UK, delivery is free. SECURE PAYMENT Peace of mind by paying through PayPal and eBay Buyer Protection TheNile_Item_ID:117250552; Condition: New, ISBN-13: 9781442275140, Format: Paperback, Language: English, Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield, Place of Publication: Lanham, Md

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