- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Preface and Acknowledgements
- 1 Introduction: Archives and Information in the Early Modern World
- 2 Early Modern European Archivality: Organised Records, Information, and State Power, <i>c</i>.1500
- 3 Archival Intelligence: Diplomatic Correspondence, Information Overload, and Information Management in Italy, 1450–1650
- 4 Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Accounting, and the Genesis of the State Archive in Early Modern France
- 5 The Early Modern Secretary and the Early Modern Archive
- 6 Knowledge, 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
- 8 The Material Culture of Record-Keeping in Early Modern England
- 9 Archiving the Archive: Scribal and Material Culture in 17th-Century Zurich
- 10 Truth and Suffering in the Quaker Archives
- 11 Death, Distance, and Bureaucracy: An Archival Story
- 12 The 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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