AR2A301 Registry Techniques in Archival Practice

Faculty of Arts
Spring 2022
Extent and Intensity
0/2/0. 5 credit(s). Type of Completion: k (colloquium).
Taught in person.
Teacher(s)
Mgr. Stanislav Bárta, Ph.D. (lecturer)
Guaranteed by
Mgr. Stanislav Bárta, Ph.D.
Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies - Faculty of Arts
Contact Person: Olga Barová
Supplier department: Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies - Faculty of Arts
Timetable
Tue 8:00–9:40 B2.23
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
Course objectives
The aim is to acquaint students with the present forms of registry editing techniques, with an emphasis on creating title registers for archive catalogues and inventories.
Learning outcomes
Students will learn how to use title registers in the archives with the most frequently processed types of documents.
Syllabus
  • 1) Registry editing techniques and the main registry editions relating to Czech history;
  • 2-4) Extracts from the registers of selected editions, and archival tools relating to source documents;
  • 5-13) Creating registers and catalogue entries for selected types of archive documents
Literature
  • DEMANDT, Karl Ernst: Moderne Regestentechnik. Der Archivar 10, 1957, s. 33–44, 293–312.
  • ZIMMERMANN, Harald (ed.): Die Regesta Imperii im Fortschreiten und Fortschritt. Köln – Weimar – Wien 2000.
  • Michal Wanner a kol: Základní pravidla pro zpracování archiválií. OAS MV ČR, Praha 2015.
Teaching methods
The seminars are based on the active participation of students (creation of archive registers).
Assessment methods
Credit will be based on a written processing of registers from selected archive materials.
Language of instruction
Czech
Further Comments
Study Materials
The course is taught once in two years.

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