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New Seminar series ‘The Shock of the Record : Archives and Truth’

Further to the British Records Association (BRA) forum on Archives and Truth  the BRA will be contributing to the Institute of Historical Research (IHR) Partnership Seminars series. These seminars, called ‘The Shock of the Record : Archives and Truth’ will build upon the themes discussed in the 2019 forum and cover topics related to trust in archives and records, digital literacy and current scepticism of facts and evidence in our society. Details of the seminars are now available on the IHR website . The seminars are open to anyone with an interest in records and archives and can be booked online. Attendance is free of charge. The first ...

NEW COVID 19 FUNDING FOR RECORDS AT RISK

The British Records Association is delighted to have been invited to join the Assessment Panel for the Covid-19 Archives Fund, launched by the National Archives on 3 December. The objective of the fund is to provide support for short-notice interventions to secure vulnerable analogue and digital records from premature destruction or prolonged neglect. Further details can be found on TNA’s web-site: https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/archives-sector/finding-funding/covid-19-archives-fund/about-the-covid-19-archives-fund/

ARCHIVES: AUTUMN 2020 ISSUE: TOC AND ABSTRACTS

CONTENTS ARTICLES Emma Markiewicz, Foreword Jeff James, The Historical Manuscripts Commission: Celebrating 150 years and looking to the future (1869-2019) Philip Gale and Elizabeth Lomas, The Historical Manuscripts Commission: An Archival Evolution Arike Oke, The Historical Manuscripts Commission at 150 Alice Prochaska, The Civic Importance of Archives OBITUARY Sonia Anderson, Felicity Strong (1935-2019) REVIEWS  A Biographical Register of the Franciscans in the Custody of York, c.1229-1539, ed. Michael J.P. Robson – reviewed by Bronach Kane, Cardiff University Episcopal Visitations of the Diocese of Meath, 1622-1799, ed. ...