Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan Press, 2007. — 502 p.An archive can be thought of as a site of imagination, creativity, and production, as well as of documentary preservation, a site that incorporates various sorts of assumptions about kinds of knowledge and what is knowable that are fundamental to the ways individuals and societies think about themselves, relive their pasts, and imagine their futures. This still leaves us, however, with two large questions, each deceptively simple in its formulation: what, indeed, is an archive, and what actually goes on there ?Archives and Archiving Caro lyn Steedman, "Something She Called a Fever" : Michelet, Derrida, and Dust (Or, in the Archives with Michelet and Derrida) Jennifer S. Milligan, The Problem of Publicite in the Archives of Second Empire France Kathleen Marquis, Not Dragon at the Gate but Research Partner: The Reference Archivist as Mediator James M. O'Toole, Between Veneration and Loathing: Loving and Hating Documents Kent Kleinman, Archiving/Architecture Joan M. Schwartz, "Records of Simple Truth and Precision": Photography, Archives, and the Illusion of ControlArchives in the Production of Knowledge Atina Grossmann, Out of the Closet and into the Archives? German Jewish Papers Frank Mecklenburg, German Jewish Archives in Berlin and New York: Three Generations after the Fact Patrick Geary, Medieval Archivists as Authors : Social Memory and Archival Memory Inge Bundsgaard, The Question of Access: The Right to Social Memory versus the Right to Social Oblivion Nancy Ruth Bartlett, Past Imperfect (l'imparfait): Mediating Meaning in Archives of Art Stephen G. Nichols, An Artifact by Any Other Name: Digital Surrogates of Medieval Manuscripts Eric Ketelaar, The Panoptical Archive Elizabeth Yakel, Archival RepresentationArchives and Social Memory Terry Cook, Remembering the Future: Appraisal of Records and the Role of Archives in Constructing Social Memory Laura Millar, Creating a National Information System in a Federal Environment: Some Thoughts on the Canadian Archival Information Network David Lowenthal, Archives, Heritage, and History Patrick Wright, How Privatization Turned Britain's Red Telephone Kiosk into an Archive of the Welfare State Joan van Albada, Archives: Particles of Memory or More ? Alessandro Portelli, Lookin' for a Home: Independent Oral History Archives in Italy Robert M. Adler, The Public Controversy over the Kennedy Memorabilia Project William L. Joyce, Classified Federal Records and the End of the Cold War: The Experience of the Assassination Records Review Board Judith E. Endelman, "Just a Car" : The Kennedy Car, the Lincoln Chair, and the Study of ObjectsArchives, Memory, and Political Culture (Canada, the Caribbean, Western Europe, Africa, and European Colonial Archives) Frederick Cooper, Memories of Colonization: Commemoration, Preservation, and Erasure in an African Archive Ann Laura Stoler, Colonial Archives and the Arts of Governance: On the Content in the Form Rebecca J . Scott, The Provincial Archive as a Place of Memory: Confronting Oral and Written Sources on the Role of Former Slaves in the Cuban War of Independence (1895-98) Laurent Dubois, Maroons in the Archives : The Uses of the Past in the French Caribbean Paul K. Eiss, Redemption's Archive: Remembering the Future in a Revolutionary Past Brian Williams and William K. Wallach, Documenting South Africa's Liberation Movements : Engaging the Archives at the University of Fort Hare Ian E. Wilson, "The Gift of One Generation to Another": The Real Thing for the Pepsi Generation Monica Burguera, Social History, Public Sphere, and National Narratives: The Social Origins of Valencian Regional Imaginary in Nineteenth-Century Spain Paule Rene-Bazin, The Influence of Politics on the Shaping of the Memory of States in Western Europe (France) Christoph Graf, The Role of the Swiss Federal Archives during Recent Politico-Historical Events and Crises Wulf Kansteiner, Television Archives and the Making of Collective Memory: Nazism and World War II in Three Television Blockbusters of German Public TelevisionArchives and Social Understanding in States Undergoing Rapid Transition (China, Postwar Japan, Postwar Greece, Russia, Ukraine, and the Balkans) Leslie Pincus, Revolution in the Archives of Memory: The Founding of the National Diet Library in Occupied Japan Robert J. Donia, The New Masters of Memory: Libraries, Archives, and Museums in Postcommunist Bosnia-Herzegovina Penelope Papailias, Writing Home in the Archive: "Refugee Memory" and the Ethnography of Documentation Beatrice S. Bartlett, Qing Statesmen, Archivists, and Historians and the Question of Memory Du Mei, The Role o f Archives i n Chinese Society: An Examination from the Perspective of Access William C. Kirby, Archives and Histories in Twentieth-Century China Ziva Galili, Archives and Historical Writing: The Case of the Menshevik Party in 1917 Abby Smith, Russian History: Is It in the Archives? Serhy Yekelchyk, Archiving Heteroglossia: Writing Reports and Controlling Mass Culture under Stalin Jeffrey Burds, Ethnicity, Memory, and Violence: Reflections on Special Problems in Soviet and East European Archives Vladimir Lapin, Hesitations at the Door to an Archive Catalog Boris V. Ananich, The Historian and the Source: Problems of Reliability and Ethics
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