ARQUIVOS DESLOCADOS

mapeamento de literatura

Palavras-chave: produção científica, conflitos pela custódia de arquivos, arquivos deslocados, repatriação de arquivos

Resumo

Este artigo consiste num mapeamento de literatura em torno do tópico “arquivos deslocados”. Um dos problemas verificados consiste na ausência de um quadro conceptual claro, por a terminografia arquivística apresentar diversos termos para denominar um mesmo fenómeno. O objetivo deste artigo consiste em realizar uma prospeção e síntese de literatura em torno das caraterísticas, dimensão e contexto de utilização dos conceitos utilizados. Foram realizadas buscas na base de dados Web of Science (WoS), tendo como critérios de inclusão termos extraídos da terminologia arquivística em inglês e artigos científicos publicados entre 1953 a 2018 em revistas analisadas por pares. Metodologicamente, o artigo combina o mapeamento de literatura com uma revisão de escopo. Dos 160 artigos, foram incluídos 70, produzidos entre 1962 a 2018. Predominam temas associados com a descolonização e secessão, conflito armado e tráfico ilícito, tanto em contexto internacional como intranacional. Prevalecem estudos qualitativos, especialmente análises históricas e estudos de caso. Novos conceitos aparecem, como arquivos coloniais, arquivos confiscados e arquivos expatriados, não considerados pela terminografia arquivística. Para concluir, o conceito de "arquivo deslocado" permanece invisível junto da comunidade arquivística, especialmente lusófona, da qual não se obteve qualquer produção científica sobre o tópico. 

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2019-12-17
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ASCENSÃO DE MACEDO, L. ARQUIVOS DESLOCADOS. Brazilian Journal of Information Science: research trends, v. 13, n. 4, p. 5-34, 17 dez. 2019.
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