The Past That Archives Keep: Memory, History, and the Preservation of Archival Records

  • Brien Brothman

Author Biography

Brien Brothman
Brien Brothman worked at the National Archives of Canada until 1995, when he moved to New England. He is currently working on electronic records issues at the Rhode Island State Archives and Records Administration. His recent interests and publications concern American historiographical trends in the 1990s, electronic records, the relationship between the ideas of "record" and "evidence," and the concepts of archives, memory, and history. He also maintains an interest in philosophically informed inquiry into ideas of knowledge, methodology, and social practice in the archival community.
Published
2001-01-01
How to Cite
Brothman, Brien. 2001. “The Past That Archives Keep: Memory, History, and the Preservation of Archival Records”. Archivaria 51 (January), 48-80. https://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/12794.
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