Archival subjectivity, hidden collections, and counter narratives : the Gordon W. Prange collection as postmodern archive / by Taylor McNeilly.

A review and analysis of the Gordon W. Prange Collection and historiographical literature that uses the collection as a source from a postmodern perspective, this thesis attempts to analyze the postmodern theories of archival subjectivity, hidden/unprocessed collections, and counter narratives withi...

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Main Author: McNeilly, Taylor (Author)
Corporate Author: Simmons College (Boston, Mass.)
Format: Thesis Book
Language:English
Published: Boston, Massachusetts : Simmons College, 2016.
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Summary:A review and analysis of the Gordon W. Prange Collection and historiographical literature that uses the collection as a source from a postmodern perspective, this thesis attempts to analyze the postmodern theories of archival subjectivity, hidden/unprocessed collections, and counter narratives within an archival context. After reviewing the historical context for the collection's creation, an analysis of the collection's history and use is performed.
Physical Description:1 PDF (92 pages)
Bibliography:Bibliography: pages 85-92.