The ICA is delighted to announce that Comma Volume 2021, Issue 2 is now available in both digital and print formats. We can’t wait for you to read this special issue of Comma on Climate Change, edited by Amy Tector, Jörg Ludwig and Frans Smit.
Read the digital version here.
All ICA members and institutions, excluding Category D Digital Members, should receive a paper copy of Comma 2021:2 by the end of October 2023. If you have not received it by then, please contact us at email@example.com (*).
From the editors:
In this special issue of Comma we look at three areas of concern around climate change and the archival profession. Researchers and experts from South Africa, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Chile, China and Canada express their ideas, observations and findings about the intersection between climate change and the archives. Articles in this issue examine how to use archival resources to study and fight climate change; how to protect documentary heritage from the effects of global warning and other climate repercussions; and how we can lessen the harm our work has on the environment.
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