Hugh A. Taylor Prize

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The Hugh A. Taylor Prize was established in 2006 to honor the doyen of Canadian archival thinkers whose wide range of scholarly publications sparked the Canadian archival imagination. The prize is awarded annually to the author of the Archivaria article that presents new ideas or refreshing syntheses in the most imaginative way, especially by exploring the implications of concepts or trends from other disciplines for archival thinking and activity, and by extending the boundaries of archival theory in new directions.
OrganizationsAssociation of Canadian Archivists

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