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Community Archives, Community Spaces: Heritage, Memory and Identity

Contents List of figures Contributors Acknowledgments Introduction - Jeannette A. Bastian and Andrew Flinn PART 1 ANALYTICAL ESSAYS 1 Archival optimism, or, how to sustain a community archives Rebecka Taves Sheffield 2 Affective bonds: what community archives can teach mainstream institutions Michelle Caswell 3 Community archives and the records continuum Michael Piggott PART 2 CASE STUDIES 4 Tuku mana taonga, tuku mana tāngata – Archiving for indigenouslanguage and cultural revitalisation: cross sectoral case studies from Aotearoa, New Zealand Claire Hall and Honiana Love 5 Self-documentation of Thai communities: reflective thoughts on the Western concept of community archives Kanokporn Nasomtrug Simionica 6 Popular music, community archives and public history online cultural justice and the DIY approach to heritage Paul Long, Sarah Baker, Zelmarie Cantillon, Jez Collins and Raphaël Nowak 7 Maison d'Haïti's collaborative archives project: archiving a community of records Désirée Rochat, Kristen Young, Marjorie Villefranche and Aziz Choudry 8 Indigenous archiving and wellbeing: surviving, thriving, reconciling Joanne Evans, Shannon Faulkhead, Kirsten Thorpe, Karen Adams, Lauren Booker and Narissa Timbery 9 Community engaged scholarship in archival studies: documenting housing displacement and gentrification in a Latino community Janet Ceja Alcalá 10 Post-x: community-based archiving in Croatia Anne J. Gilliland and Tamara Štefanac Index About the Authors

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  • ISBN9781783303502
  • ประเภท E-Book
  • ผู้แต่ง Jeannette a. Bastian
  • สำนักพิมพ์ Facet Pub
  • ครั้งที่พิมพ์ 1
  • ปีที่พิมพ์2019
  • ภาษาภาษาอังกฤษ
  • หมวดหมู่เทคโนโลยีสารสนเทศ / บรรณารักษ์
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Contents List of figures Contributors Acknowledgments Introduction - Jeannette A. Bastian and Andrew Flinn PART 1 ANALYTICAL ESSAYS 1 Archival optimism, or, how to sustain a community archives Rebecka Taves Sheffield 2 Affective bonds: what community archives can teach mainstream institutions Michelle Caswell 3 Community archives and the records continuum Michael Piggott PART 2 CASE STUDIES 4 Tuku mana taonga, tuku mana tāngata – Archiving for indigenouslanguage and cultural revitalisation: cross sectoral case studies from Aotearoa, New Zealand Claire Hall and Honiana Love 5 Self-documentation of Thai communities: reflective thoughts on the Western concept of community archives Kanokporn Nasomtrug Simionica 6 Popular music, community archives and public history online cultural justice and the DIY approach to heritage Paul Long, Sarah Baker, Zelmarie Cantillon, Jez Collins and Raphaël Nowak 7 Maison d'Haïti's collaborative archives project: archiving a community of records Désirée Rochat, Kristen Young, Marjorie Villefranche and Aziz Choudry 8 Indigenous archiving and wellbeing: surviving, thriving, reconciling Joanne Evans, Shannon Faulkhead, Kirsten Thorpe, Karen Adams, Lauren Booker and Narissa Timbery 9 Community engaged scholarship in archival studies: documenting housing displacement and gentrification in a Latino community Janet Ceja Alcalá 10 Post-x: community-based archiving in Croatia Anne J. Gilliland and Tamara Štefanac Index About the Authors