Opening the Archive: Funding History for the Wider Public

By Madge Dresser

Issue 07, Summer 2001 pp. 2-3.

‘Accessibility’ is the button increasingly pressured academics, curators and archivists must press if they wish to get their hands on public funds. Is this ‘a good thing’? Or is it just one more step in the dumbing down of our national culture?

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