IASA journal Nos. 31-34

IASA journal No 31, July 2008

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  1. Editorial
  2. President’s Letter
  3. Mapping of Estonian Cultural Heritage: Attempts and Challenges
    Piret Noorhani, Estonian Literary Museum, Estonia
  4. The Archival Concepts of the Swiss National Sound Archives
    Pio Pellizari, Swiss National Sound Archives, Lugano, Switzerland
  5. Migration of 1.5 million hours of audio-visual material
    Martin Jacobson, Swedish National Archive of Recorded Sound and Moving Images (SLBA)
  6. When Archives go Digital
    Hermann Lewetz, Österreichische Medithek, Vienna, Austria
  7. Sound Directions: a program in Digital Audio Preservation
    Virginia Danielson and Bruce Gordon, Harvard University and Indiana University
  8. Data structure for ethnomusicological archives – Current Situation and Future Perspectives
    Polina Proutskova, Department of Computing, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK
  9. Why are these Treasures Hidden? The place of audiovisual archives in a strategic framework for the preservation of the Documentary Heritage
    Kurt Degeller, MEMORIAV, Bern, Switzerland
  10. CDR: a music library on the internet
    Michiel Laan and Thomas Op de Coul, Centrale Discotheek Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  11. The University of the West Indies (UWI) Library of the Spoken Word: Public Education Catalyst
    June P Barbour and France C Salmon, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica
  12. ‘Harim gut, lukautim, na iusim’ / ‘Catch sounds. Keep the, and use them’ The creation of  a Modern Sound Archive at Papua New Guinea’s National Broadcaster
    John Spence, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Sydney, Australia
  13. The South African Truth’s Commission’s Audiovisual Records and the Great Access Illusion
    Lekoko Kenosi, University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana
  14. From the Sound Archive to the Listening Culture: A Sound Stimulation Programme For Children
    Perla Oliveira Rodríguez Reséndiz, Director of Promotion and Diffusion of the National Phonoteque, Mexico
  15. Facts and Fiction – Archival Footage, Historical Events and Television and Film Productions
    Tedd Urnes, Senior Advisor, Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK)
  16. Multiple Roles of a a small-scale archive in Indochina
    Gisa Jänichen, University Paderborn, Berlin, Germany

IASA journal No 32, January 2009

  1. Editorial
  2. President’s Letter
  3. The Contributions of Custodians: Welcoming Remarks and IASA 2009 Conference Launch
    Chris Puplick AM, Australian National Film and Sound Archive, Australia
  4. From Satawal to Cyberspace
    Jan Lyall, UNESCO Memory of the World Program
  5. The Mexican Soundscape Project
    Lidia Camacho, Fonoteca Nacional, Mexico
  6. A Working Model for Developing and Sustaining Collaborative Relationships Between Archival Repositories in the Caribbean and the United States
    Bertram Lyons and Rosita M. Sands, Association for Cultural Equity / Alan Lomax Archive, USA
  7. Archiving Challenges in Africa: The Case of Post-Conflict Liberia
    Proscovia Svärd, The Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden
  8. Our Future’s Past: Indigenous Archival Discovery as a Catalyst for New Recording Initiatives in Remote Northeast Arnhem Land
    Aaron Corn, The University of Sydney, Australia
  9. Islands Archiving
    Richard Moyle, Archive of Maori and Pacific Music, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  10. Regional Archives and Community Portals
    Paul Trilsbeek and Dieter van Uytvanck, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
  11. The Challenges of Web Access to Archival Oral History in Britain
    Rob Perks, Curator of Oral History, British Library Sound Archive, London & Visiting Professor in Oral History, University of Huddersfield
  12. On the Trail of the Telegraphone
    Christian Liebl, Centre for Linguistics and Audiovisual Documentation, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria
  13. Play the Un-playable: Tinfoil Recording Recovered by the Sound Archive Project
    Nigel Bewley, British Library Sound Archive
  14. Review: Friedrich Engel, Gerhard Kuper, Frank Bell. Zeitschichten: Magnetbandtechnik als Kulturträger. Erfinder-Biographien und Erfindungen
    Reviewed by Albrecht Häfner

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IASA journal No 33, June 2009

  1. Editorial
  2. President’s Letter
  3. Thinking Outside the Archive: Collaboration and the EVIA Digital Archive Project Alan R Burdette, Indian University
  4. Music Australia: Building innovative partnerships for online access to music made, played and recorded in Australia
    Robyn Holmes, Curator of Music, National Library of Australia, and Kaye McIntyre, Manager of Music Australia, National Library of Australia
  5. Scoping IASA's training brief for a changeable world
    Chris Clark, Head of Documentation and Selection, British Library
  6. ILKAR: Integrated Solution for Preservation, Archiving and Conservation of Endangered Magnetic Tapes and Cylinders
    Lars-Christian Koch, Stefan Simon, Elena Gómez-Sánchez, Maurice Mengel, Albrecht Wiedmann
  7. The soundness of documentation: towards an epistemology for audio in documentary linguistics
    David Nathan, Endangered Languages Archives, SOAS
  8. The State Library of South Australia's Audiovisual Digitising Plan
    Beth M Robertson, Manager of Preservation, State Library of South Australia

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IASA journal No 34, December 2009

  1. Editorial
  2. President’s Letter
  3. Obituary: Adler Israel (1925 - 2009) Gila Flam, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem
  4. From the Editors: Perspectives on IASA as reflected through Editorials in IASA Newsletters, Bulletins and the IASA Journal Grace Koch, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
  5. What Makes a Good Archive? Edwin van Huis, XPEX Experience Experts, Amsterdam
  6. Sunrise or Sunset? The Future of Audiovisual Archives Ray Edmondson, Archive Associates, Australia
  7. Sharing resources, Sharing Responsibility: Archives in the Digital Age Bert Lyons, Nathan Salsburg, Anna Lomax Wood, Association for Cultural Equity / Alan Lomax Archive, USA
  8. Hybridity is the Future: Negotiating Life as an Archive-Library Aaron Bittel, Archivist-Librarian, University of California at Los Angeles, USA
  9. Recording the Environment: Creating an Archive of Ambience Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute, India
  10. I Took the One Less Travelled By: DAT Migration at Radio New Zealand’s Sound Archives / Nga Taonga Korero Tim Bathgate, Radio New Zealand Sound Archives / Nga Taonga Korero
  11. The Need for Specialised Audiovisual Archives in the Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Branch of the International Council on Archives (ESARBICA) Ruth Abankwah, Botswana Institute of Administration and Commerce
  12. AVIN: Jamaica’s Solution to Memorialising Cultural Patrimony Maureen Webster-Prince, National Library of Jamaica
  13. The “Digital Butterfly Net” of Ethnomusicologists and its Impact on Audiovisual Archiving Gisa Jähnichen, Universiti Putra Malaysia

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