[MGSA-L] Archival policy and national culture
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Sun Nov 30 19:35:19 PST 2014
Archival policy and national culture
Monday, December 1st, discussion at the Onassis Cultural Centre on
different archival practices and their relationship to national culture.
Ed. Leonidas Kaloussis
Academics, researchers and writers have come to the burning issue of
archival access and interconnection of the national culture. Memory,
identity, past, narrative concepts are not only related to access and use
files, but also highlight their manifold importance.
The discussion at the Onassis Cultural Centre will be the first of a long
series of events aimed to engage in dialogue about the different archival
practices and their relationship to national culture. Who controls and
maintains a file? What is part of a file and what is excluded from it? How
the archival classification reflects social and scientific structures? Who
has access to a file and how to change the accessibility of files the
internet era? The difference between closed and open files is not just
about legal and policy. Today, perhaps more than ever, we are able to
appreciate how the file is not only a repository of the past, but also the
space where up our relationship with the future.
Vassilis Lambropoulos : Professor of Comparative Literature and Classics,
University of Michigan
Anastasios John-D. Metaxas : Professor Emeritus of Political Science,
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Dimitris Dimiroulis : Professor in the Department of Communication, Media
and Culture, Panteion University
Vangelis Karamanolakis : Lecturer of Theory of History and Historiography,
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens? Contemporary Social History
Yannis Papatheodorou : Assistant Professor, Department of Medieval and
Modern Greek Studies, University of Ioannina
Eri Stavropoulou : Professor of Modern Greek Literature, National and
Kapodistrian University of Athens
Anna Maria Droumpouki : Postdoctoral Researcher, Research Center of Modern
History, Panteion University
Coordinated by Dimitris Papanikolaou , Associate Professor of Modern Greek
Studies, University of Oxford.
Academic Advisor: Anastasios John-D. Metaxas
Actions Design File: Venus Panagiotakou
Scientific Advisor: Dimitris Papanikolaou
Project Manager: Theo Chiotis
Start time: 19:00
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