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Defining a Discipline: Archival Research and Practice in the 21st Century: Essays in Honor of Richard J. Cox
edited by Jeannette A. Bastian and Elizabeth Yakel
Society of American Archivists, 2020
Paper: 978-1-945246-27-2 | eISBN: 978-1-945246-28-9
Library of Congress Classification CD931.D44 2020
Dewey Decimal Classification 027.0072

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Fourteen archivists present a mosaic of the research that represents the current state of archival science and introduces themes that will carry the profession into the future as a complex academic discipline. As the archival profession in the United States continues to evolve, the book honors one of its most prolific and influential thinkers and writers, Richard J. Cox, who retired from the profession in 2017 after a 45-year career. The book addresses the archival themes of accountability and evidence, ethics and education, archival history, and memory.

Defining a Discipline demonstrates the importance of the role of archivists, archives, and archival institutions in communities, organizations, and the digital environment. It looks forward—a direction that the pioneering Cox promoted throughout his career.

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