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Terry Cook : A Bibliography

Draft 1 - prepared 13 May 2014

by Rodney Carter

Archivaria articles are available at

"The Canadian conservative tradition: an historical perspective" J ournal of Canadian
Studies/Revue d'tudes Canadiennes 8.4 (Nov 1, 1973): 31-40

Archives Yesterday: A Glimpse of the Enthusiasms and Tribulations of Sir Arthur
Doughty Archivaria 1 (1975)

"George R. Parkin and the concept of Britannic Idealism" J ournal of Canadian
Studies/Revue d'tudes Canadiennes10.3 (Aug 1, 1975): 15-31

Clio: The Archivist's Muse? Archivaria 5 (1977)

Freedom of Information: The Role of the Courts Archivaria 6 (1978)

The Tyranny of the Medium: A Comment on "Total Archives" Archivaria 9 (1979)

Nailing J elly to a Wall: Possibilities in Intellectual History Archivaria 11 (1980)

Media Myopia Archivaria 12 (1981)

From the Editor: W. Kaye Lamb, Archives and Libraries Archivaria 15 (1982)

From the Editor: Dead or Alive? Archivaria 16 (1983)

From the Editor: Archival Networks and Congresses Archivaria 17 (1983)

EMPIRE MAP OF 1893" Cartographica: The International J ournal for Geographic
Information and Geovisualization October 1984, Volume21(Issue4) Page p.53To-65

General Editor Replies Archivaria 19 (1984)

From Information to Knowledge: An Intellectual Paradigm for Archives Archivaria 19

Terry Cook Replies Archivaria 20 (1985)

Archives, Automation and Access: The Vancouver Island Project Revisited Archivaria 20

"Some of the Books Are Worn Out": The Klondike Gold Rush and Records Conservation
Archivaria 22 (1986)

Leaving Safe and Accustomed Ground: Ideas for Archivists Archivaria 23 (1986)

Legacy in Limbo: An Introduction to the Records Department of the Interior Archivaria
25 (1987)
Viewing the World Upside Down: Reflections on the Theoretical Underpinnings of
Archival Public Programming Archivaria 31 (1990)

Rites of Passage: The Archivist and the Information Age Archivaria 31 (1990)

"Many Are Called, but Few Are Chosen": Appraisal Guidelines for Sampling and
Selecting Case Files Archivaria 32 (1991)

Easy to Byte, Harder to Chew: The Second Generation of Electronic Records Archives
Archivaria 33 (1991)

The archival appraisal of records containing personal information : a RAMP study with
guidelines Unesco. General Information Programme and UNISIST (Program)
1991, vii, 94

"Mind over Matter: Towards a New Theory of Archival Appraisal," The Archival
Imagination. Essays in Honour of Hugh A. Taylor, Edited by Barbara L. Craig, Ottawa:
Association of Canadian Archivists, 1992: 38-70.

"The Concept of the Archival Fonds: Theory, Description, and Provenance in the Post-
Custodial Era," The Archival Fonds: From Theory to Practice Ottawa: Bureau of
Canadian Archivists, Planning Committee on Descriptive Standards, 1992: 31-85.

Documentation Strategy Archivaria 34 (1992)

The Concept of the Archival Fonds in the Post-Custodial Era: Theory, Problems and
Solutions Archivaria 35 (1992)

"Another Brick in the Wall": Terry Eastwood's Masonry and Archival Walls, History,
and Archival Appraisal Archivaria 37 (1994)

"Electronic Records, Paper Minds: The Revolution in Information Management and
Archives in the Post-Custod-ial and Post-Modernist Era," Archives and Manuscripts 22
(November 1994): 300-29,
(avail Archives & Social Studies: A J ournal of Interdisciplinary Research Vol. 1, no. 0
(March 2007)
cook_electronic.pdf )

From the record to its context: The theory and practice of [] S. A. Archives J ournal;
J une 1995, Vol. 37, p32 [can get through kfpl/ebsco?]

"Keeping our electronic memory: approaches for securing computer-generated records."
S. A. Archives J ournal 37 (1995): 79-95.

"Leaving archival electronic records in institutions: Policy and monitoring arrangements
at the National Archives of Canada" Archives and Museum Informatics Volume 9,
Issue 2 , (J une 1995) pp 141-149

"Building an Archives: Appraisal Theory for Architectural Records" American Archivist
Volume 59, Number 2 / Spring 1996

"The Impact of David Bearman on Modern Archival Thinking: An Essay of Personal
Reflection and Critique" Archives and Museum Informatics Volume 11, Issue 1, (March
1997) pp 15-37

What is Past is Prologue: A History of Archival Ideas Since 1898, and the Future
Paradigm Shift Archivaria 43 (1997)

"Archival Appraisal and Collection: Issues, Challenges, New Approaches" Special
Lecture Series University of Maryland and to NARA Staff NARA 2 Auditorium:
College Park, Md., USA 21-22 April 1999

Beyond the Screen: The Records Continuum and Archival Cultural Heritage Paper
delivered at the Australian Society of Archivists Conference, Melbourne, 18 August 2000

"The Imperative of Challenging Absolutes" in Graduate Archival Education Programs:
Issues for Educators and the Profession" American Archivist Volume 63, Number 2 /
Fall-Winter 2000

"Archival science and postmodernism: new formulations for old concepts" Archival
Science Volume1(Issue1) March 2001, Page p.3To-24

Fashionable Nonsense or Professional Rebirth: Postmodernism and the Practice of
Archives Archivaria 51 (2001)

"Archives, Records, and Power: The Making of Modern Memory" (w/ J oan M. Schwartz)
Archival Science 2002, Volume2 (Issue1-2) Page p.1To-19

"Archives, Records, and Power: From (Postmodern) Theory to (Archival) Performance"
(w/ J oan M. Schwartz) Archival Science 2002, Volume2 (Issue3-4) Page p.171To-185

The "English Report" and Archives: A Critical Appreciation Archivaria 53 (2002)

"Hugh Taylor: Imagining Archives" Imagining Archives: Essays and Reflections by
Hugh A. Taylor Edited by Terry Cook and Gordon Dodds Association of Canadian
Archivists , Scarecrow Press, Inc. and Society of American Archivists (2003)

Byte-ing off what you can chew: electronic records strategies for small archival
institutions, Archifacts, April 2004, 1-20. (avail.

"Macro-appraisal and functional analysis: documenting governance rather than
government" J ournal of the Society of Archivists, Volume 25, Issue 1, April 2004, pages

An Archival Revolution: W. Kaye Lamb and the Transformation of the Archival
Profession Archivaria 60 (2005)

"Macroappraisal in Theory and Practice: Origins, Characteristics, and Implementation in
Canada, 19502000" Archival Science December 2005, Volume5(Issue2-4) Page

Bucks for your Bytes: Monetary Appraisal for Tax Credit of Private-Sector Electronic
Database Records Archivaria 62 (2006)

"Archival Principles and Cultural Diversity: Contradiction, Convergence or Paradigm
Shift? A Canadian Perspective" Comma : J ournal of the the International Council on
Archives Volume 2007, Number 3 - 4 / 2007 p. 37-48

Foreword Archival Music: Verne Harris and the Cracks of Memory Archives and
J ustice: A South African Perspective By Verne Harris with a foreword by Terry Cook
Published by Society of American Archivists (2007)

Remembering the Future: Appraisal of Records and the Role of the Archives in
Constructing Social Memory, Archives, Documentation and Institutions of Social
Memory : Essays from the Sawyer Seminar, Francis X. Blouin, J r. & William Rosenberg,
eds., (Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2007)

Essays: Archives as Medium "Archives as Media of Communication" Old Messengers,
New Media: The Legacy of Innis and McLuhan [2008?]

"The Laurier Promise: Securing Public Access to Historic Census Materials in
Canada"(w/ Bill Waiser), Better Off Forgetting? Essays on Archives, Public Policy, and
Collective Memory Edited by Cheryl Avery and Mona HolmlundUniversity of Toronto
Press (2010)

Documenting Society and Institutions: The Influence of Helen Willa Samuels
CONTROLLING THE PAST: Documenting Society and Institutions - Essays in Honor
of Helen Willa Samuels Terry Cook , Editor Society of American Archivists (2011)

"The Archive(s) Is a Foreign Country: Historians, Archivists, and the Changing Archival
Landscape" The Canadian Historical Review September 2009, Volume90(Issue3) Page
p.497To-534 [reprinted in American Archivist Volume 74, Number 2 / Fall-Winter 2011]

"We Are What We Keep; We Keep What We Are: Archival Appraisal Past, Present and
Future" J ournal of the Society of Archivists, Volume 32, Issue 2, October 2011, pages

Interview - Terry Cook (ENGLISH) (with Contributors to this interview: Solange Puntel
Mostafa and Eduardo Ismael Murguia) InCID: Revista de Cincia da Informao e
Documentao v. 3, n. 2 (2012)

"Evidence, memory, identity, and community: four shifting archival paradigms" Archival
Science J une 2013, Volume13 (Issue2-3) Page p.95To-120 -

National Archives of Canada Guides and other documents

Historical records of the Government of Canada
by Wright, Glenn T and Cook, Terry Gordon, 1947 and Public Archives of Canada.
Public Records Division 1978 [revised 1981], ISBN 0662501136, v, 59, v, 61

Sources for the study of Canada's national parks : Documents sur les parcs nationaux du
Canada by Cook, Terry, 1947 1978, Special publications series Public Archives Canada,
Public Records Division, ISBN 9780662100997

Records of the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry (RG 126)
by Cook, Terry, 1947 and Public Archives Canada. Federal Archives Division
1980, General inventory series / Federal Archives Division, ISBN 9780662507789,
Volume RG 126, viii, 4, 4, viii p. --

Archival citations : suggestions for the citation of documents at the Public Archives of
Canada by Cook, Terry, 1947 and Kennedy, Patricia and Chabot, Victorin and Public
Archives Canada 1983, ISBN 0662526686

Federal Archives Division
by Cook, Terry, 1947 and Wright, Glenn T and Public Archives Canada
1983, General guide series, ISBN 9780662523239

Records of the Northern Affairs Program (RG 85)
by Cook, Terry, 1947 and Northern Affairs Program (Canada)
General inventory series / Federal Archives Division, ISBN 0662517857, ix, 39, 41, ix p.

Government Archives Division
by Lovering, Cynthia and Cook, Terry, 1947 and Public Archives Canada. Machine
Readable Archives Division and National Archives of Canada
1991, [2nd ed.]. --, General guide series, ISBN 0662581865

Appraisal Methodology: Macro-Appraisal and Functional Analysis Part A: Concepts
and Theory & Part B: Guidelines for Performing an Archival Appraisal on
Government RecordsPrepared by Terry Cook, Summer 2000. Reviewed and Edited by
Richard Brown and J udith Roberts-Moore with the Government Records Disposition
Program Review Committee Approved by the National Archivist of Canada 17 October
2001 [have 2 word docs; supplied by ?]

Newspaper Articles

For the record: archivists honorable
The Globe and Mail (1936-Current), ISSN 0319-0714, 08/1986, p. A7

NAZI CASES NOT A FACTOR For the record: archivists honorable
The Globe and Mail, ISSN 0319-0714, 08/1986, p. A.7

It's 10 o'clock: Do you know where your data are?
by Cook, Terry
Technology Review, ISSN 0040-1692, 01/1995, Volume 98, Issue 1, p. 48

How to put a lid on Canada's history: The federal bill to regulate private-sector use of
personal information could gut the archives that illuminate the past
The Globe and Mail (1936-Current), ISSN 0319-0714, 04/1999, p. A17

Citizen Voices in Government Archives Vermont Public Radio
10/18/10 12:00PM By J ane Lindholm

Audio: Interview with Terry Cook on the Importance of History, and the neglect of
Library and Archives Canada (with Nigel Beale)

"Into the Future" Association of Canadian Archivists, Annual Conference, Halifax Nova
Scotia, 10 J une 2010