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This text is essentially based on works carried out for a research which was subsidized from 1997 to 2000 by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). The goal of this study was to examine the general tendencies of education and research in archival science. First, a...
Following remarks on terminology and definition the paper begins with a historical retrospective giving a short description and analysis of the stages of development of archival science since the 16th century. It centers on the emancipation of theoretical and applied archival science to an...
Archivists and historians usually consider archives as repositories of historical sources and the archivist as a neutral custodian. Sociologists and anthropologists see “the archive” also as a system of collecting, categorizing, and exploiting memories. Archivists are hesitantly acknowledging...
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