Hugh Taylor Prize Winners

Year Author(s) Article Issue
2020 (no. 87-88) Gracen Brilmyer, Joyce Gabiola, Jimmy Zavala, Michelle Caswell Reciprocal Archival Imaginaries: The Shifting Boundaries of “Community” in Community Archives 88 (Fall 2019)
2019 (no. 85-86) Antonina Lewis Omelettes in the Stack: Archival Fragility and the Aforeafter 86 (Fall 2018)
2018 (no. 83-84) Susanne Belovari Historians and Web Archives 83 (Spring 2017)
2017 (no. 81-82) Naomi Norquay "An Accidental Archive of the Old Durham Road: Reclaiming a Black Pioneer Settlement" 81 (Spring 2016)
2016 (no. 79-80) Tom Nesmith "Toward the Archival Stage in the History of Knowledge" 80 (Fall 2015)
2015 (no. 77-78) Fiorella Foscarini "A Genre-Based Investigation of Workplace Communities" 78 (Fall 2014)
2014 (no. 75-76) Creighton Barrett "Respect Which Fonds? Personal Archives and Family Businesses in Nova Scotia" 76 (Fall 2013)
2013 (no. 73-74) Geoffrey Yeo "The conceptual Fonds and the Physical Collection" 73 (Spring 2012)
2012 (no. 71-72) Paul Conway and Ricardo Punzalan "Fields of Vision: Toward a New Theory of Visual Literacy for Digitized Archival Photographs" 71 (Spring 2011)
2011 (no. 69-70) Jennifer Meehan "Rethinking Original Order and Personal Records" 70 (Fall 2010)
2010 (no. 66, 67, 68) Heather MacNeil "Archivalterity: Rethinking Original Order" 66 (Fall 2008)
2008 (no. 64-65) James Opp "The Colonial Legacies of the Digital Archive: The Arnold Lupson Photographic Collection" 65 (Spring 2008)
2007 (no. 62-63) Keli Rylance "Archives and the Intangible" 62 (Fall 2007)

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