The Concept of Public Memory and its Impact on Archival Public Programming

  • Richard J. Cox

Author Biography

Richard J. Cox
Richard Cox is an Assistant Professor in Library Science at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Library and Information Science. Prior to his current position he worked at the New York State Archives and Records Administration, the Alabama Department of Archives and History, the City of Baltimore, and the Maryland Historical Society. Through the years Dr. Cox has been very active in professional archival associations and is editor of the American Archivist. He has written extensively on archival and records management professional issues, including American Archival Analysis: The Recent Development of the Archival Profession in the United States (1990) and Managing Institutional Archives: Foundational Principles and Practices (1992). He holds an M.A. from the University of Maryland and has additional training in archival administration and records management and a Ph.D. in Library Science from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Cox was named a Fellow of the Society of American Archivists, that association's highest honour, in 1989.
How to Cite
Cox, Richard J. 1993. “The Concept of Public Memory and Its Impact on Archival Public Programming”. Archivaria 36 (February), 122-35.