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This year too, on October 21st and 22nd, archivists coming from various parts of the world will gather at the 23rd International Archival Day, hosted in the prestigious and tested conference hall at NH Hoteles (Corso Cavour, 7 – Trieste) . The topics to be discussed and debated, decided by the Assembly of Members of IIAS, are: history of archives and archival science since 1950, and communication between younger generations and cultural institutions. As usual, the conference is part of the 7th edition of the Autumn Archival School, which will continue until Saturday, October 26th.

21st -22nd October 2013
1) History of Archives and archival science from 1950 onwards
2) Communication to young generations and among cultural heritage institutions
English, Italian, Slovenian
Dates and Venue
October 21st-22nd 2013, NH Hoteles (Trieste, 7 c. Cavour)

Monday, October 21st
NH Hoteles – Trieste, 7 c. Cavour


Opening – Greetings of the Authorities – Introduction to the Meeting
Peter Pavel KLASINC, (Slovenia)
Director of the International Institute for Archival Science of Trieste and Maribor
Grazia TATÒ, (Italy)
Director of the IIAS Autumn Archival School
Claudia SALMINI, (Italy)
Director of the State Archives of Trieste
Franci DEMŠAR, (Slovenia) GreetingsDirector of the Slovenian Research Agency
Chair Human Rights Working Group International Council on Archives: Presentation of a special issue of “Atlanti” on the occasion of Charles Kecskemeti’s 80th birthday


Peter Pavel KLASINC, (Slovenia), Director of the IIAS: Activities of the International Institute for Archival Science, Trieste – Maribor from October 2012 to October 2013
Charles KECSKEMETI, (France), Former Secretary General of ICA: Summary of the papers presented at the 2012 Conference of IIAS and published in “Atlanti” 2012

Topic 1: History of Archives and archival science from 1950 onwards

Grazia TATÒ, (Italy): Archival Science, Archives and Archivists Be-tween 20th and 21th Century: an Accelerated Evolution
Trudy HUSKAMP PETERSON, (USA): National Archives and the International Council on Archives: Converging and Diverging
Andrei RYBAKOU, (Belarus): The Formation and Development of Archival Science in the Republic of Belarus
Eugenio BUSTOS RUZ (Chile) – Maria del Carmen MASTROPIERRO, (Argentina): Archival Science Since 1950 in Latin American Countries with Spanish as Official Language
Živana HEÐBELI, (Croatia): History of Archives in Croatia After the World War Two
Sharon ALEXANDER-GOODING, (Barbados): Historical Development of Caribbean Archives and Record Keeping 1950 to Present
Michal WANNER, (Czech Republic): The Basic Rules For the Archival Processing or Development of the Bible of the Czech Archivists
Sejdalija GUŠIĆ, (Bosnia and Herzegovina): Archives in Bosnia and Herzegovina mid 20th and early 21st Century: Comparisons and Parallels
Jelka MELIK – Mateja JERAJ, (Slovenia): Beginnings of the Slovenian Archival Science in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century
Antonio MONTEDURO, (Italy): From Sources of History to Sources of Democracy: Archives from 1950
Josef HANUS – Emília HANUSOVÁ, (Slovak Republic): History and Preservation Development of Archives and Libraries in the Slovak Republic: from Handicraft to International Interdisciplinary Science

13.30 – 14.30 Lunch

Meena GAUTAM, (India): History of Archives and Archival Sciences from 1950 Onwards: Based on Indian Practices
Azem KOŽAR, (Bosnia and Herzegovina): Archival Achievements of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Anna KOSOVA, (Ukraine): History and Actual Problems of the State Archive of Sevastopol (Crimea, Ukraine)
Magdalena MAROSZ, (Poland): Short History of Polish State Archives From 1950 Onwards
Michail LARIN, (Russia): Main Stages of Archives Development in Russia
Jovan POPOVIĆ, (Serbia): Development of the Archival Legislation in the Former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Since 1950
Jasna POŽGAN, (Croatia ): Development of Archival Service in the County of Medjimurje
Elisabeth SCHÖGGL-ERNST, (Austria): Austria‘s Archives from the 20th to the 21st Century
Slobodanka CVETKOVIĆ, (Serbia): Development of Archival Service in Serbia in the Second Half of Twentieth Century
Yolanda CAGIGAS OCEJO – José luis MINGUEZ GOYANES – Pepita REVENTOS – Eva ROCHA I MARQUES, (Spain): History of Spanish University Archives
Miroslav NOVAK, (Slovenia): The Effects of Information Technologies on the Design of Archival Doctrine
Francis GARABA, (South Africa): Capturing the Broad Spectrum of Human Experience: Some Suggestions on the Adoption of the Hybrid Model as an Appraisal Methodology
Anna ALEKSEENKO, (Ukraine): The History of the Central State Scientific and Technical Archives of Ukraine (CSSTA of Ukraine)
Bogdan Florin POPOVICI, (Romania): Snapshots of Romanian Ar-chival Ideas in the Second Half of 20th Century. Part 1: Preliminaries
Svetlana USPRCOVA, (Macedonia): Establishment and Development of the State Archives and the Archive Service in Macedonia, from 1951 till Today
Jasmina ŽIVKOVIĆ, (Serbia): Development of the Preventive Conservation of Archives in Serbia: Example in History Archive Pozarevac

Round table and discussion
18.30 closing session

Tuesday, October 22nd
NH Hoteles – Trieste, 7 c. Cavour


Topic 2: Communication to young generations and among cultural heritage institutions

Peter Pavel KLASINC, (Slovenia ): Relations of Archivists to Young Generation, to the Presentation of Archives and Archival Material and to Cultural and Other Institutions
Anabella BARROSO ARAHUETES, (Spain): The Ecclesiastical Historical Archive of Biscay (AHEB-BEHA) and the ICARO Center: a Didactic Resource and a Challenge for Interactive Dissemination
Olena US, (Ukraine): The Collaboration of the Central State Electronic Archive of Ukraine With Science Institutions and Universities in the Fields of Electronic Records Long-Term Keeping and Education for Working With Electronic Records
Snežana PEJOVIĆ, (Montenegro): Training Programme for Young People with Higher Education in Montenegro and the State Archives’ Perspective in Provision of Archival Staff
Joachim KEMPER – Oliver BENTZ, (Germany): “Archivum Rhenanum”: A French-German Project on the Archives of the Upper-Rhine, 2013-2015Inci ÖNAL, (Turkey): Future Thinking With Young Generations
Majella MARQUEZ – Joanna DATUK KITINGAN, (Malaysia): Sabah Archives and Museum Outreach Programmes: Best Practice
Anna MĄCZKA, (Poland): Visitors at Archives: Guided Tours Organized by Archives Section of the Institute of National Remembrance in Poland
T. Csaba REISZ, (Hungary): Community Culture Activities in the National Archives of Hungary, 2007‐2012
Danijela BRANKOVIĆ, (Serbia): Archives and Schools: Building and Developing Relationship to the Cultural Heritage
Zdenka SEMLIČ RAJH – Alenka ŠAUPERL, (Slovenia): Recommendations for Unified Description of Photographs in Archives and Libraries
Rafael Dorian CHELARU, (Romania): Paradigms and Perspectives of Archival Education in Romania After 1989
Elisabetta BRUNO – Andrea DE CALISTI, (Italy): Presentation SINAPSI application

13.30 – 14.30 Lunch

Helina TENNASILM, (Estonia): Learning in Archives: Estonian experience
Izet ŠABOTIĆ, (Bosnia and Herzegovina): Education in The Archives of Tuzla Canton: Successful Cooperation of the Archives and Educational Institutions
Christian KRUSE, (Germany): Where the Past Speaks: Children and Young People in Archives
Spyridoula ARATHYMOU, (Greek): Training the Future Together: the Potential Offer of Archives and Other Cultural Institutions to the Education and Training of Younger Generations
Mariya KAGALNA, (Ukraine): The Study of Soviet Everyday Life as the Direction of Cooperation of the Central State Archive of Public Organizations of Ukraine with Scientific and Educational Institutions
Andrej RODINIS, (Bosnia and Herzegovina): In Between Officials and Scientists: the Profile of Archivists in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Mojca HORVAT, (Slovenia ): The Development of the Pedagogical Work in Archives
Svetlana PEROVIC IVOVIC, (Serbia ): Archives of Yugoslavia: Informal Education and Intercultural Cooperation
Alessandro SILVESTRI, (Italy): Documents’ Production and Record-Keeping in the Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily: History, Historiography and New Research Perspectives

Mauro TOSTI CROCE, (Italy) Conclusion
President of the Assembly of the IIAS

Round table and discussion
17.30 closing session

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