New Blog: Reviewing Dark Archives by Megan Rosenbloom for the George Fisk Comfort Society

Archivists, historians, librarians, and researchers all confront ethical concerns in the course of research. Yet among the ethical questions that researchers can ask themselves, one of the most troubling might be “should this object have been made at all? And what do I do about that now?” Librarian Megan Rosenbloom’s research tackles these kinds of controversial objects: her book discusses anthropodermic bibliopegy, or books bound in human skin.

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