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What We’re Reading: February 10, 2011 Edition

AHA Staff | Feb 10, 2011

New York Philharmonic digital archivesThis week we’ve rounded up  a number of links related to archives: David Ferriero’s National Archives’ reorganization plan, the cost of digital archives, the New York Philharmonic’s digital archive, and a NHL team’s trip to the archives. Then, on the technology front, read about new technologies for teaching and scholarship, issues with citing e-books, and historians and textual analysis. Finally, learn about American silent films that were a recent gift from Russia, a Black History Month video on the contributions of African American women, a National Archives talk on Civil War cartoons, and a look at UC Irvine and global writers.



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Contributors: Debbie Ann Doyle, Elisabeth Grant, Jim Grossman, Vernon Horn, Robert B. Townsend, and Lee White

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