Archive stories brings together ethnographies of the archival world most of which are written by historians some contributors recount their own experiences one offers a moving reflection on how the relative wealth and prestige of western researchers can gain them entry to collections such as uzbekistans newly formed central state archive which severely limits the access of uzbek researchers others explore the genealogies of specific archives from one of the most influential archival . Archive stories facts fictions and the writing of history illustrated edition by antoinette burton editor helena pohlandt mccormick contributor horacio n roque ramirez contributor marilyn booth contributor laura mayhall contributor renee sentilles contributor craig robertson contributor john randolph contributor kathryn j oberdeck contributor jeff sahadeo contributor 7 more. Archive stories facts fictions and the writing of history book collections on project muse e duke books scholarly collection editor antoinette burton contributors durba ghosh jeff sahadeo. Despite the importance of archives to the profession of history there is very little written about actual encounters with them about the effect that the researchers race gender or class may have on her experience within them or about the impact that archival surveillance architecture or bureaucracy might have on the histories that are ultimately written
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