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Archives and records
Archives are not only sources of evidence and information; they are also material objects with physical, tangible characteristics such as size, weight and colour. Moreover, the way in which researchers and visitors to archives respond to them may not just be intellectual, but sensory and emotional as well. Despite this, it is the informational content of archives which is routinely given prominence over their material properties. In this article, I discuss some of the recent literaturedoi:10.1080/23257962.2017.1407748 fatcat:sznpkx3oyncttjqmnnoq4srntu