APH Essays

Who is going to write the urgent histories of tomorrow?

Who is going to write the urgent histories of tomorrow?

By Lyndon Megarrity   In the midst of commemorating 90 years of broadcasting this year, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation announced that it was abolishing 58 specialist librarian and archivist roles, with journalists expected to play an increasing role in sourcing, collecting and cataloguing material.[1] It’s just the latest example of myopic managerialism that has become […]

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