In this webinar we will focus on publishing archives, and we seek to showcase steps that scholarly journal publishers in particular take to preserve publications and objects and records related to publishing. Speakers are responsible for fascinating archives such as those at Oxford University Press and The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers.
This webinar will interest anyone keen to learn more about the history of scholarship and how it is curated and maintained by archivists, librarians, and publishers.
Carol Tullo, Chair, Archiving Committee, The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers. Carol has a career background in intellectual property practice and commercial law publishing with Thomson Reuters before she joined the Cabinet Office in 1997. She is the former Director, Information Policy and Services, The National Archives and Controller of Her Majesty’s Stationery Office and Queen’s Printer. Carol led a broad range of information policy and management responsibilities within the copyright, open data and information regulatory space across the UK Government.
Martin Maw has been archivist for Oxford University Press since the late 1990s. Prior to that, he completed a doctorate in Victorian Orientalism, before working in local UK archives and working on political papers for 3 years at the Bodleian Library in Oxford. In his present role he is part of a 3-person team dealing with the business needs of the Press, a global scholarly community, and about 4,000 members of the public every year, who visit OUP’s museum.
Ruth Frendo, Archivist, The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers. Ruth's career as an archivist has really taken her places: a medieval church in the heart of London, backstage at a reconstructed Elizabethan theatre, and countless basement store-rooms stuffed with random piles of paper... In 2017, she alighted at the Stationers' Company Archive, and has been fascinated by its treasures ever since.
Registration Deadline for live event: November 28th. This webinar will be recorded and made available to registrants after the webinar is completed. The last date to purchase recording: May 28th. After May 28th the recording will be made freely available.
NASIG members: $35
NASIG student members: $15
NISO members *: $35
SSP members*: $35
NASIG non-member: $50
Group registration: $95
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