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And Piggott, M. (eds) (1994), The Records Continuum. Ian Maclean and Australian Archives First Fifty Years (Ancora: Society of Australian Archivists). MacNeil, H. (2005), ‘Research Uses of Personal Information: some Ethical Considerations’, in Beyea, M. et al. (eds). ——— (2002), ‘Providing grounds for trust: the ﬁndings of the Authority Task Force of InterPARES’, Archivaria, 54, 24–58. P. (1877), Social Life in Greece. From Homer to Menander (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Mann, M. (2005), The Dark Side of Democracy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
Htm> accessed 10 October 2007. 3 What are Archives? Homepage for The Southwell (Nottinghamshire) Experience, on the website of The National Archives (by courtesy of The National Archives) own family and with the meaning it gives to their own lives. In purchasing a copy of a will, say, the reader may feel that it has been removed from its archival context and that it is being placed and owned in its family context, where it really belongs: here then, the content has become the context. And this shift of context, from the archive to the individual, is of course re-emphasized and reinforced by programmes like Who Do You Think You Are?.
Fuhrer, U. (2004), Cultivating Minds: Identity as Meaning Making Practice (London: Routledge). A. (2002), ‘The power of meaning: the archival mission in the postmodern age’, Archivaria, 65, 42–55. Hall, S. (1990), ‘Cultural Identity and Diaspora’, in Rutherford, J. ), Identity, Community, Culture, Difference (London: Lawrence & Wishart). ——— (1981), ‘Cultural Studies: Two Paradigms’, in Bennet, T. et al. (eds) (1981a). Hamilton, C. et al. (eds) (2002), Reﬁguring the Archive (London: Kluwer). Harris, V.
What are Archives? by Louise Craven