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Pandora’s Plenitude: Archives for all forever?

David Lowenthal’s Keynote Presentation at Dundee conference

Pandora’s Plenitude: Archives for all forever?

Professor David Lowenthal gave a Keynote Presentation, Pandora's Plenitude: Archives for all forever? at the conference, Memory, Identity & the Archival Paradigm, organised by the Centre for Archive and Information Studies, University of Dundee, on 10 December.

The Conference, held over three days, was supported by a Royal Society of Edinburgh Arts and Humanities research award as part of the Centre’s ‘Memory and Identity Research Network’. Speakers came a wide range of countries, including Brazil, Canada, South Africa, South Korea, Switzerland, the UK and the USA.

David’s Forbes Prize Lecture, delivered in Istanbul in September, is published in Studies in Conservation, December 2010.

For details of the Dundee conference, see: http://www.dundee.ac.uk/cais/memoryandidentity/index.htm


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