Tag Archives: Archivaria

New Issue: Archivaria

Archivaria 82 (Fall 2016)

(full content for subscribers, abstracts available)

Articles

The Spectre in the Archive: Truth, Reconciliation, and Indigenous Archival Memory
J.J. Ghaddar

Catalogues and the Collecting and Ordering of Knowledge (I): ca. 1550–1750
Heather MacNeil

Media and the Messengers: Writings on Digital Archiving in Canada from the 1960s to the 1980s
Greg Bak

Linked Data for Archives
Jinfang Niu

Risky Business? Issues in Licensing Copies of Archival Holdings
Jean Dryden

Counterpoint

From Missionaries to Managers: Making the Case for a Canadian Documentary Heritage Commission
Richard Valpy

Book Reviews

DAVID VINCENT, Privacy: A Short History
Carolyn Heald

LUCIANA DURANTI and PATRICIA C. FRANKS, eds., Encyclopedia of Archival Science
Juan Ilerbaig

MARGARET CROCKETT, The No-Nonsense Guide to Archives and Recordkeeping
Jamie Serran

RACHEL WEXELBAUM, ed., Queers Online: LGBT Digital Practices in Libraries, Archives, and Museums
Al Stanton-Hagan

LINDA M. MORRA, Unarrested Archives: Case Studies in Twentieth-Century Canadian Women’s Authorship
Jennifer Toews

Exhibition Reviews

Hiding in Plain Sight: Discovering the Métis Nation in the Collection of Library and Archives Canada. LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA
Philip Dombowsky

MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture. VANCOUVER ART GALLERY
Laura Millar

“Why are we saving All these artist publications + Other Galleries stuffs?” The Emergence of Artist-Run Culture in Halifax. DALHOUSIE ART GALLERY
Rebecca Young

Obituary

Jean Tener, 1931–2016

Archivaria Awards

Archivaria Awards 2016

 

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ACA Archivaria Prizes

from the Association of Canadian Archivists website:

At the Awards Luncheon, Jennifer Douglas, Archivaria General Editor and Catherine Bailey, former General Editor announced the winners of these prizes:

Raymond Frogner was awarded the W. Kaye Lamb Prize for his article “Lord, Save Us from the Et Cetera of the Notary”: Archival Appraisal, Local Custom, and Colonial Law which appears in Archivaria #79

Tom Nesmith was awarded the Hugh Taylor Award for his article Toward the Archival Stage in the History of Knowledge which appears in Archivaria #80

Grant Hurley was awarded the Gordon Dodds prize for his article, Community Archives, Community Clouds: Enabling Digital Preservation for Small Archives published in Archivaria #81

New Issue: Archivaria

reposted from A&A listserv:

I’m very pleased to announce that Archivaria 81 (Spring 2016) is now available online to ACA members and subscribers. The print issue is in production and will be mailed shortly. In accordance with our rolling access window, Archivaria 73 (Spring 2012) is now available to all readers in the Main Collection.

Thank you to the Archivaria Editorial Team and the ACA Office for all their hard work on this issue.

Kind regards,
Jennifer Douglas, General Editor, Archivaria

Archivaria 81 (Spring 2016)
Articles
An Accidental Archive of the Old Durham Road: Reclaiming a Black Pioneer Settlement
Naomi Norquay
From Human Rights to Feminist Ethics: Radical Empathy in the Archives
Michelle Caswell and Marika Cifor
Romance Writers’ Use of Archives
Caryn Radick
Digitizing Archival Records: Benefits and Challenges for a Large Professional Accounting Association
Monica Kenely, Brad Potter, Brian West, Phillip Cobbin
and Steven Chang
Archiving Paul: Manuscripts, Religion, and the Editorial Shaping of Ancient Letter Collections
Gregory Fewster

Gordon Dodds Prize
Community Archives, Community Clouds: Enabling Digital Preservation for Small Archives
Grant Hurley

Book Reviews
TIM DEAN, STEVEN RUSZCZYCKY, and DAVID SQUIRES, eds., Porn Archives
Marcel Barriault
RICHARD RINEHART and JON IPPOLITO, Re-Collection: Art, New Media, and Social Memory
Amy Marshall Furness
CHERYL BEREDO, Import of the Archive: U.S. Colonial Rule of the Philippines and the Making of American Archival History
Aaron Gordon
JEAN DRYDEN, Demystifying Copyright: A Researcher’s Guide to Copyright in Canadian Libraries and Archives, 2nd ed.
Heather Martin
ALANA KUMBIER, Ephemeral Material: Queering the Archives
Rebecka Sheffield

Exhibition Review
No Little Plans: Alternative Building and Transportation Visions for Toronto. CITY OF TORONTO ARCHIVES
Simon Patrick Rogers