Um ecossistema desfavorável à perpetuação documental: Aniquilação, fragmentação, diluição e opacidade na constituição e patrimonialização dos acervos: o caso dos editores e livreiros

Translated title of the contribution: An Ecosystem Unfavorable to Document Perpetuation: Annihilation, Fragmentation, Dilution and Opacity in the Constitution and Preservation of Collections: The case of Publishers and Booksellers

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Abstract

This article is an introductory perusal of one of the most pressing problems that anyone dealing with the study of the processes generating print culture has to face and of the ways – through its circulation and appropriation itineraries – such print culture corresponds and has corresponded to one of the formulae that have enunciated and configured of the world in modernity. Such problem emerges as a consequence of acknowledging the relevance of publishers and booksellers’ archives and collections to the study of print culture as a socio-
historical process. The article explores the difficult social ecosystem framing the production and survival of those collections, inscribed in a national and international context unfavorable to the constitution, preservation and heritagization of such rich sources.
Translated title of the contributionAn Ecosystem Unfavorable to Document Perpetuation: Annihilation, Fragmentation, Dilution and Opacity in the Constitution and Preservation of Collections: The case of Publishers and Booksellers
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)59-69
Number of pages11
JournalCultura. Revista de história e teoria das ideias
Volume38
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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