International History of Public Relations Conference - World PR Archive Record

The Bournemouth University presented: 10th celebration of the International History of Public Relations Conference - June 26-28, 2019. - The aim of the World Public Relations Archive Record project is to identify existing archives in professional bodies, companies, libraries and universities which can be accessed by scholars who are researching public relations history. In this way, national and international history projects can be fostered, and new research published. The Bournemouth University presented: 10th celebration of the International History of Public Relations Conference - June 26-28, 2019. - The aim of the World Public Relations Archive Record project is to identify existing archives in professional bodies, companies, libraries and universities which can be accessed by scholars who are researching public relations history. In this way, national and international history projects can be fostered, and new research published. 


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The World Public Relations Archive Record, which offers information on 74 archives in 23 countries launched at #IHPRC19 is available at: https://microsites.bournemouth.ac.uk/historyofpr/world-pr-archive-record/ …

The World Public Relations Archive Record is a continuing project in which new material can be added. 

The first version of the Archive: WPR ARCHIVE RECORD – 1st edition

Source: Bournemouth University