Erik Borglund

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Emerging Trends in Archival Science


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.
Chapter 1: Evidence and Exigency: Reconstructing and Reconciling Records for Life After Conflict, Anne J. Gilliland
Chapter 2: A Case Study in Access to the Archival Records of the Military Courts of the Former Yugoslavia, Aida Škoro Babić
Chapter 3: On “Monstrous” Subjects and Human Rights Documentation, Mario Ramirez
Chapter 4: Archiving the Ephemeral Experience, Jennifer Jenkins
Chapter 5: Insights from Archivists to Educate for Advocacy, Sarah Buchanan
Chapter 6: Using Scenario Planning and Personas as an Aid to Reducing Uncertainty About Future Users, Erik A.M. Borglund & Lena-Maria Öberg
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Pages: 168 • Trim: 6 x 9
978-1-4422-7514-0 • Paperback • December 2017 • $55.00 • (£37.95)
978-1-4422-7515-7 • eBook • December 2017 • $52.00 • (£34.95)