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New Issue: Archives and Records

Volume 37, Issue 2, Autumn 2016

Articles

‘A permanent house for local archives’: a case study of a community’s archives in County Offaly
Lisa Collins Shortall

Building an archivist: exploring career paths in our profession since 2008 (an Irish perspective)
Sarah Poutch

Do-it-yourself institutions of popular music heritage: the preservation of music’s material past in community archives, museums and halls of fame
Sarah Baker

Records of the times: layers of creation in the George Orwell archive
David Fitzpatrick

Declassification: a clouded environment
Julia Kastenhofer & Dr Shadrack Katuu

Thinking about and working with archives and records: a personal reflection on theory and practice
Alistair G. Tough

Book Reviews

Her price is above pearls: family and farming records of Alice Le Strange, 1617–1656
Robert F. W. Smith

The no-nonsense guide to archives and recordkeeping
Caroline Sampson

Archives in libraries: what librarians and archivists need to know to work together
Tola Dabiri

Archives alive: expanding engagement with public library archives and special collections
Barbara McLean

The religious census of Bristol and Gloucestershire 1851
Tim Powell

The preservation management handbook: a 21st century guide for libraries, archives and museums
Chris Woods

Is digital different? How information creation, capture, preservation and discovery are being transformed
Anthea Seles

The ethics of memory in a digital age: interrogating the right to be forgotten
Tim Gollins

Encoded archival description tag library, version EAD3
Jane Stevenson

Stolen, smuggled, sold: on the hunt for cultural treasures
Susan Healy

Stirrings in the archives: order from disorder
Alexandrina Buchanan

Obituary

Constance Brodie (1922–2015)
Susan Beckley & George Dixon

Patricia Margaret Sewell (1961–2016)
Alan Betteridge

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