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Archives have the potential to change people’s lives. They are created to enable the conduct of business and accountability, but they also support a democratic society’s expectations for transparency and the protection of rights, they underpin citizen’s rights and are the raw material of our...
Verne Harris explores the degree to which it still goes against the grain for archivists to open their discourses to what is ‘outside’. He suggests that what could be called the conditions of postmodernity have challenged the insularity of these discourses in profound ways, and argues that they...
This article focuses on the Commonwealth and other mainly Anglophone countries in East and Central Africa. This is an area that has tended to be neglected in recent discourse and debate. The relationship between accountability and record keeping systems is a major theme. Other challenges that...
This paper investigates representations of performance and the role of the archive. Notions of record and archive are critically investigated, raising questions about applying traditional archival definitions to the performing arts. Defining the nature of performances is at the root of all...
This paper lays out the background and foreground of how we come to conceptualise our world by providing an analysis of the notion of ontology. It argues that there are three conceptually separable discourses that can be identified in the Western philosophical tradition: ‘classical ontology’,...
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