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Archives and justice Archives and justice :
Archives--Political aspects--South Africa.
Archives--Social aspects--South Africa.
Archives--South Africa--Philosophy.
Social justice--South Africa.
South Africa--Politics and government--1989-1994.
South Africa--Politics and government--1994
South Africa--Social conditions--1961-1994.
South Africa--Social conditions--1994
Geographic Coverage
South Africa
LCC: CD2451 .H36 2007 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 027.0968 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2006103304
Table Of Contents
Foreword: Archival music - Verne Harris and the cracks of memory / Terry Cook
Introduction: Reaching for hospitality / Verne Harris
Claiming less, delivering more: a critique of positivist formulations on archives in South Africa
On (archival) odyssey(s)
A shaft of darkness: Derrida in the archive
Concerned with the writings of others: archival canons, discourses, and voices
Something is happening here and you don't know what it is: Jacques Derrida unplugged
Exploratory thoughts on current state archives service appraisal policy and the conceptual foundations of macro-appraisal
Postmodernism and archival appraisal: seven theses
Law, evidence, and electronic records: a strategic perspective from the global periphery
Stories and names: archival description as narrating records and constructing meanings, with Wendy Duff
The record, the archive, and electronic technologies in South Africa
Redefining archives in South Africa: public archives and society in transition, 1990-1996
Knowing right from wrong: the archivist and the protection of people's rights
Archives, identity, and place: a dialogue on what it (might) mean(s) to be an African archivist
The archive is politics
A world whose horizon can only be justice: toward a politics of recordmaking
Toward a culture of transparency: public rights of access to official records in South Africa, with Christopher Merrett
Contesting remembering and forgetting: the archive of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission
They should have destroyed more: the destruction of public records by the South African state in the final years of apartheid, 1990-1994
Using the Promotion of access to information act (PAIA): the case of the South African History Archive
Unveiling South Africa's nuclear past
Actualities: telling truths about the TRC archive.
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Harris, V. S. Archives and justice