Archival Subjectivity, Hidden Collections, and Counter Narratives: The Gordon W. Prange Collection as Postmodern Archive

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Citation

McNeilly, Taylor, “Archival Subjectivity, Hidden Collections, and Counter Narratives: The Gordon W. Prange Collection as Postmodern Archive,” Scholar@Simmons, accessed October 25, 2020, https://beatleyweb.simmons.edu/scholar/items/show/95.

Title

Archival Subjectivity, Hidden Collections, and Counter Narratives: The Gordon W. Prange Collection as Postmodern Archive

Creator

McNeilly, Taylor

Date

2016

Description

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.

Publisher

Simmons College (Boston, Mass.)

Format

1 PDF (95 Pages)

Language

English

Type

Masters Theses