- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Preface and Acknowledgements
1Introduction: Archives and Information in the Early Modern World
2Early Modern European Archivality: Organised Records, Information, and State Power, c.1500
3Archival Intelligence: Diplomatic Correspondence, Information Overload, and Information Management in Italy, 1450–1650
4Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Accounting, and the Genesis of the State Archive in Early Modern France
5The Early Modern Secretary and the Early Modern Archive
6Knowledge, Oblivion, and Concealment in Early Modern Spain: The Ambiguous Agenda of the Archive of Simancas
7‘Friction in the Archives’: Access and the Politics of Record-Keeping in Revolutionary England
8The Material Culture of Record-Keeping in Early Modern England
9Archiving the Archive: Scribal and Material Culture in 17th-Century Zurich
10Truth and Suffering in the Quaker Archives
11Death, Distance, and Bureaucracy: An Archival Story
12The Transnational Archive of the Sinosphere: The Early Modern East Asian Information Order
- Archives and Information in the Early Modern World
- Liesbeth Corens, Kate Peters, Alexandra Walsham
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