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Was he or wasn’t he? Authority in expanding contexts

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Digital History workshop: Crowdsourcing in the Humanities and cultural heritage sector. Victoria University of Wellington 23 April 2013
Session: Was he or wasn’t he? Authority in expanding contexts
Presenter: Kay Sanderson
http://wtap.vuw.ac.nz/wordpress/digital-history/events/crowdsourcing-workshop/presenters/

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Was he or wasn’t he? Authority in expanding contexts

  1. 1. Was he or wasn’t he?Authority in expanding contextsCrowdsourcing WorkshopVictoria University of Wellington23 April 2013 Kay.Sanderson@vuw.ac.nz
  2. 2. “Any book with a readable title pageis, to some extent, autobiographical.”Paul de Man, as cited in Francis Pound (2007). The reflecting archive.http://www.annshelton.com/articles/the_reflecting_archive.pdf
  3. 3. Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_Go_to_Mystery_Moor
  4. 4. “… single sources of decision-making canno longer be trusted, which sets in train…disjunctions between the archivist as amanager of the organisational archivewhich irons out diversity and the archivistas a neutral manager of the plurality of thearchives where diversity flourishes”Upward, F. (2009). Managing the flicker: Continuum concepts and theformation of archives. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, MonashUniversity, Melbourne, Australia, p. 144.

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