Archival Science promotes the development of archival science as an autonomous scientific discipline. The journal covers all aspects of archival science theory, methodology, and practice. Moreover, it investigates different cultures and promotes the exchange and comparison of concepts, views, and attitudes around the world.
Archival Science's approach is integrated, interdisciplinary, and intercultural. Its scope encompasses the entire field of recorded process-related information, analyzed in terms of form, structure, and context. To meet its objectives, the journal draws from scientific disciplines that deal with the function of records and the way they are created, preserved, and retrieved; the context in which information is generated, managed, and used; and the social and cultural environment of records creation at different times and places.
14 Volumes 43 Issues 342 Articles available from 2001 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Defining human rights archives: introduction to the special double issue on archives and human rights
Michelle Caswell (October 2014)
Insurgent citizens: the manufacture of police records in post-Katrina New Orleans and its implications for human rights
Jarrett M. Drake (October 2014)
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- Volume 1 / 2001 - Volume 14 / 2014
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