iCHORA Bibliography: Works published from iCHORA papers

This iCHORA Bibliography, 2005-2016 compiles over 60 iCHORA presentations which have later taken published form as articles in journals or, as in some cases, within a book. It is compiled with reference to iCHORA 1-6, publication links, and Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories (Facet Publishing: London, 2016), Table of Contents.


Alexander, Ben. “‘What a setting for a mystery’: Yaddo, the Yaddo records, and the memory of place.” Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009). Available online at cost.

Bastian, Jeannette A. “Reading Colonial Records Through an Archival Lens: The Provenance of Place, Space and Creation.” Archival Science 6 (2006): 267-284. Available online at cost.

Bastian, Jeannette A. “‘Play mas’: Carnival in the archives and the archives in carnival: Records and community identity in the U.S. Virgin Islands.” Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009). Available online at cost.

Bastian, Jeannette A. “Moving the margins to the middle: Reconciling ‘the archive’ with the archives,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 3-20.

Beattie, Heather. “Where Narratives Meet: Archival Description, Provenance, and Women’s Diaries.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44: 1 (2009): 82-100. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/25549538

Belton, Tom. “The Dawn of the “Chaotic Account”: Horatio Hale’s Australia Notebook and the Development of Anthropologists’ Field Notes.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44: 1 (2009): 138-52. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/25549541

Bonfiglio-Dosio, Giorgetta. “Padua Municipal Archives from the 13th to the 20th Centuries: A Case of a Record-Keeping System in Italy.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Butler, Beverley. “‘Othering’ the archive–from exile to inclusion and heritage dignity: The case of Palestinian archival memory.” Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009). Available online at cost.

Cook, Michael. “Towards a History of Recording Technologies: The Damp-press Copying Process.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 35-49. Available online at cost.

Cook, Terry. “An Archival Revolution: W. Kaye Lamb and the Transformation of the Archival Profession.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Cook, Terry. “CHR Forum: The Archive(s) Is a Foreign Country: Historians, Archivists, and the Changing Archival Landscape.” Canadian Historical Review 90: 3 (September 2009): 497-534. Available online at cost. Also available in reprint: “The Archive(s) Is a Foreign Country: Historians, Archivists, and the Changing Archival Landscape.” The American Archivist 74: 2 (2011): 600-32. Freely accessed on May 13, 2018: http://americanarchivist.org/doi/pdf/10.17723/aarc.74.2.xm04573740262424.

Craig, Barbara L. “Machines, Methods, and Modernity in the British Civil Service, c. 1870-c. 1950.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 63-78. Available online at cost.

Delva, Melanie, and Melissa Adams. “Archival ethics and indigenous justice: Conflict or coexistence?” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 147-172.

Douglas, Jennifer. “”Kepe Wysly Youre Wrytyngys”: Margaret Paston’s Fifteenth-Century Letters.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44: 1 (2009): 29-49. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/25549535

Ferguson, Sandra. “‘A Murmur of Small Voices:’ On the Picture Postcard in Academic Research.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Flinn, Andrew, Mary Stevens, and Elizabeth Shepherd. “Whose memories, whose archives? Independent community archives, autonomy and the mainstream.” Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009). Available online at cost.

Furner, Jonathan. “‘Records in context’: A brief history of data modelling for archival description,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 41-62.

Gardini, Stefano. “The use and reuse of documents by chancellors, archivists and government members in an early modern republican state: Genoa’s Giunta dei confini and its archives,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 107-126.

Gilliland, Anne J. “Reflections on the Value of Metadata Archaeology for Recordkeeping in a Global, Digital World.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 103-118. Available online at cost.

Gracy, Karen F. “The Evolution and Integration of Moving Image Preservation Work into Cultural Heritage Institutions.” Information & Culture 48: 3 (2013): 368-89. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/43737470

Gumbula, Neparna, Aaron Corn, and Julia Mant. “Matjabala Mali’ Buku-Runanmaram: Implications for archives and access in Arnhem Land.” Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009). Available online at cost.

Hansen, Else. “Introduction of Electronic Registration in Danish Central Government Administration.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 92-102. Available online at cost.

Holmes, Donna. “Passive keepers or active shapers: A comparative case study of four archival practitioners at the end of the nineteenth century.” Archival Science 6 (2006): 285-298. Available online at cost.

Horsman, Peter J. “A French Legacy: The Transition from Collegiate to Bureaucratic Record-Keeping in a Dutch Town, 1800-1900.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Ilerbaig, Juan. “Organisms, skeletons and the archivist as palaeontologist: Metaphors of archival order and reconstruction in context,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 21-40.

Janes, Andrew. “Maps as a Recordkeeping Technology.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 119-134. Available online at cost.

Jimerson, Randall C. “Documents and Archives in Early America.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Jimerson, Randall C. “American historians and European archival theory: The collaboration of J.F. Jameson and Waldo G. Leland.” Archival Science 6 (2006): 299-312. Available online at cost.

Johnson, Valerie. “Plus ça change….? The Salutary Tale of the Telephone and its Implications for Archival Thinking about the Digital Revolution.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 79-92. Available online at cost.

Jeurgens, Charles. “The bumpy road to transparency: Access and secrecy in 19th-century records in the Dutch East Indies,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 127-146.

Ketelaar, Eric. “The Genealogical Gaze: Family Identities and Family Archives in the Fourteenth to Seventeenth Centuries.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44: 1 (2009): 9-28. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/25549534

Ketelaar, Eric. “‘Control through Communication’ in a Comparative Perspective.’” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Light, Michelle. “Evidence of Sanctity: Record-keeping and Canonization at the Turn of the 13th Century.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Lihoma, Paul. “History and development of information and recordkeeping in Malawi,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 173-194.

MacNeil, Heather. “From the memory of the act to the act itself: The evolution of written records as proof of jural acts in England, 11th to 17th century.” Archival Science 6 (2006): 313-328. Available online at cost.

Maliniemi, Kaisa. “Public records and minorities: Problems and Possibilities for Sami and Kven.” Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009). Available online at cost.

Manoff, Marlene. “Mapping archival silence: Technology and the historical record,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 63-82.

Millar, Laura. “Subject or object? Shaping and reshaping the intersections between aboriginal and non-aboriginal records.” Archival Science 6 (2006): 329-350. Available online at cost.

Mills, Rachel Joanne. “Communicating Community: Russian and Canadian Mennonite Correspondence, 1850-1900.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44: 1 (2009): 124-37. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/25549540

Nannelli, Elizabeth. “Memory, records, history: The Records of the Commission for Reception, Truth, and Reconciliation in Timor-Leste.” Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009). Available online at cost.

Nesmith, Tom. “Reopening Archives: Bringing New Contextualities into Archival Theory and Practice.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Nesmith, Tom. “The concept of societal provenance and records of nineteenth-century Aboriginal-European relations in Western Canada: Implications for archival theory and practice.” Archival Science 6 (2006): 351-360. Available online at cost.

Palmer, Susan. “Sir John Soane and the Design of the New State Paper Office, 1829-1834.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Palmer, Susan. “Sir John Soane: Rewriting a Life.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44: 1 (2009): 65-81. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/25549537

Piggott, Michael. “Towards a History of Australian Diary Keeping.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Procter, Margaret. “Consolidation and separation: British archives and American historians at the turn of the twentieth century.” Archival Science 6 (2006): 361-379. Available online at cost.

Punzalan, Ricardo L. “Archives of the new possession: Spanish colonial records and the American creation of a ‘national’ archives for the Philippines.” Archival Science 6 (2006): 381-392. Available online at cost.

Raines, Dorit. “The Private Political Archives of the Venetian Patriciate – Storing, Retrieving and Recordkeeping in the Fifteenth-Eighteenth Centuries.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 135-146. Available online at cost.

Rekrut, Ala. “Material Literacy: Reading Records as Material Culture.” Archivaria 60 (Fall 2005). Freely accessed on May 12, 2018: http://journals.sfu.ca/archivar/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12521/13656

Riordan, Michael. “Printing, Selection and Cataloguing of Oxford Archives, c. 1850-1950.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 51-62. Available online at cost.

Riordan, Michael. “‘The King’s Library of Manuscripts’: The State Paper Office as Archive and Library.” Information & Culture 48: 2 (2013): 181-93. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/43737460

Seles, Anthea. “What are these among so many? Pre and post Vatican II recordkeeping.” Archival Science 6 (2006): 393-405. Available online at cost.

Shepherd, Elizabeth. “Hidden voices in the archives: Pioneering women archivists in early 20th-century England,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 83-104.

Urton, Gary. “Tying the Archive in Knots, or: Dying to Get into the Archive in Ancient Peru.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 5-20. Available online at cost.

Vaughan, Sian. “Reflecting on practice: Artists’ experiences in the archives,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p 211-232.

Volker, Hess, and Sophie Ledebur. “Taking and Keeping: A Note on the Emergence and Function of Hospital Patient Records.” Journal of the Society of Archivists 32: 1 (April 2011): 21-33. Available online at cost.

White, Kelvin L. “Meztizaje and remembering in Afro-Mexican communities of the Costa Chica: Implications for Archival Education in Mexico.” Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009). Available online at cost.

Wiśniewska, Magdalena. “History of community archiving in Poland,” in Foscarini, Fiorella, Heather MacNeil, Bonnie Mak, and Gillian Oliver, eds. Engaging with Records and Archives: Histories and Theories. London: Facet Publishing, 2016, p. 195-210.

Wright, Kirsten. “Recording ‘a very particular Custom’: tattoos and the archive.” Archival Science 9: 1-2 (2009). Available online at cost.

Yeo, Geoffrey. “Custodial History, Provenance, and the Description of Personal Records.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44: 1 (2009): 50-64. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/25549536

Zboray, Ronald J., and Mary Saracino Zboray. “Is It a Diary, Commonplace Book, Scrapbook, or Whatchamacallit? Six Years of Exploration in New England’s Manuscript Archives.” Libraries & the Cultural Record 44: 1 (2009): 101-23. Available online at http://www.jstor.org/stable/25549539

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