Reading list

Below is a list of preservation related stuff I've read and commented on.

Bill Adair, Benjamin Filene, and Laura Koloski, eds. Letting Go? Shaping Historical Authority in a User-Generated World. Left Coast Press, 2011.

Cloonan, Michele. “W(h)ither preservation” in Library Trends, 71(2), 2001. (And other things by Cloonan.)

Durability and Change. The Science, Responsibility, and Cost of Sustaining Cultural Heritage. John Wiley & Sons, 1994. Post 1. Post 2. Post 3.

Frost, Gary. Future of the Book: A Way Forward. Iowa Book Works, 2011.

Gumbrecht, Hans. Production of Presence: What Meaning Cannot Convey. Stanford University Press, 2003.

Harvey, Ross and Martha R. Mahard The Preservation Management Handbook: A 21st Century Guide for Libraries, Archives and Museums. Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.

Hatchfield, Pamela, ed. Ethics and Critical Thinking in Conservation. American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works,

Hawkins, Donald T., ed. Personal Archiving: Preserving Our Digital Heritage. Information Today, 2013.

Knuth, Rebecca. Libricide: The Regime-Sponsored Destruction of Books and Libraries in the Twentieth Century. Praeger, 2003.

Mannon, Melissa. Cultural Heritage Collaborators: A Manual for Community Documentation. ArchivesInfo Press, 2010.

Mansfield, H. The Same Ax Twice.Restoration and Renewal in a Throwaway Age. University Press of New England. 2000

Pendlebury, John. Conservation in the Age of Consensus.  Routeledge. 2009

Rinehart, Richard and Jon Ippolito. Re-Collection: Art, New Media and Social Memory. MIT Press, 2014.

Thompson, Kim M., , Paul T. Jaeger, Natalie Greene Taylor, Mega Subramaniam, and John Carlo Bertot. Digital Literacy and Digital Inclusion: Information Policy and the Public Library. Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.

Vinas, Salvador Munoz. Contemporary Theory of Conservation. Elsevier, 2005

The Utility of Discourse Analysis to Heritage Studies: The Burra Charter and Social Inclusion” by Emma Waterton, Laurajane Smith & Gary Campbell. International Journal of Heritage Studies. 2006.

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