This review of Participatory Heritage, edited by Henriette Roued-Cunliffe and Andrea Copeland, focuses on the book's relevance to the archives field. It highlights some of the chapters that will be most relevant to archivists, provides overviews and highlights of each of the book's three sections, discusses some of the main themes that come up throughout the book, and mentions a few strengths and drawbacks to the book’s approach. It addresses some ways the book relates to important topics in the archives field today and what areas of the field it has particular relevance for. The review concludes that Participatory Heritage should be a useful resource for archivists interested in exploring ways to engage with local communities or form partnerships with community organizations.
Smally, Allyson E.
"Review of Participatory Heritage,"
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies: Vol. 5
, Article 13.
Available at: https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/jcas/vol5/iss1/13