Defining a Discipline: Archival Research and Practice in the Twenty-First Century reflects on the ways in which archival theory and practice have developed in recent decades and charts a path forward for a more engaged and empathetic profession in a new century. The eighteen essays in this collection will be of interest to archivists, librarians, and other information professionals seeking to expand collecting practices to better reflect underrepresented groups, engage in authentic collaborations with community members, and enact more equitable and just policies at their institutions.
"Review of Defining a Discipline: Archival Research and Practice in the Twenty-First Century - Essays in Honor of Richard J. Cox,"
Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies: Vol. 8
, Article 2.
Available at: https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/jcas/vol8/iss1/2