Professor Michael Moss

  • Honorary Research Fellow (School of Humanities)

Publications

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2013

Moss, M. (2013) The high price of heaven – the 6th Earl of Glasgow and the college of the holy spirit on the Isle of Cumbrae. Architectural Heritage, 22, pp. 77-98. (doi: 10.3366/arch.2011.0019)

Moss, M. (2013) Where have all the files gone? Lost in action points every one? Journal of Contemporary History, 47(4), pp. 1-16. (doi: 10.1177/0022009412451291)

2012

Moss, M.S. (2012) Glasgow. In: Brown, S. and McDougall, W. (eds.) Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland Volume 2: Enlightenment and Expansion 1707-1800. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 156-165. ISBN 9780748619122

2011

Moss, M. (2011) Culzean Castle. In: Dakin, A., Glendinning, M. and MacKechnie, A. (eds.) Scotland's Castle Culture. John Donald: Edinburegh, pp. 229-239. ISBN 9781906566333

Moss, M.S. (2011) To talk of many things: of shoes—and ships—and sealing-wax—Of cabbages—and kings-. In: Verbindingen: Jonctions 12, Brussels, Belgium, 21-29 November 2009,

2010

Moss, M.S. (2010) Without the data, the tools are useless; without the software, the data is unmanageable? Journal of the Society of Archivists, 31(1), (doi: 10.1080/00379811003658443)

Currall, J.E.P. and Moss, M.S. (2010) Digital asset management. In: Bates, M.J. and Maack, M.N. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences. CRC Press: Boca Raton, USA. ISBN 9780849397127

Moss, M. (2010) Brussels sprouts and Empire: putting down roots. In: O'Brien, D. (ed.) Gardening: Philosophy for Everyone. Wylie Blackwell, pp. 79-92. ISBN 9781444330212

Moss, M.S. (2010) The Harvard Homer multitext project: a response. In: McGann, J. and Pickard, M. (eds.) The Shape of Things to Come. Rice University Press.

2009

Moss, M. (2009) Archival research in organizations in a digital age. In: Buchanan, D. and Bryman, A. (eds.) Handbook of Organizational Research Methods. SAGE, pp. 395-408. ISBN 9781412931182.

2008

Currall, J.E.P., Moss, M.S. and Stuart, S.A.J. (2008) Authenticity: a red herring? Journal of Applied Logic, 6(4), pp. 534-544. (doi: 10.1016/j.jal.2008.09.004)

Currall, J.E.P. and Moss, M. (2008) We are archivists, but are we OK? Records Management Journal, 18(1), pp. 69-91. (doi: 10.1108/09565690810858532)

Moss, M. (2008) The function of the archive. In: Tough, A. and Moss, M. (eds.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unpublished Information Objects in Context. Series: Chandos information professional series. Chandos: Oxford. ISBN 1843341425

Moss, M. (2008) Nine o’clock and all’s well’ or ‘Fire, fire, the Library’s burning – the future of the academic library. Minerva, 46(1), pp. 117-125. (doi: 10.1007/s11024-007-9077-4)[Book Review]

Moss, M. (2008) Opening Pandora’s box - what is an archive in the digital environment? In: Craven, L. (ed.) What are Archives? Cultural and Theoretical Perspectives: a reader. Ashgate. ISBN 9780754673101

Moss, M.S. (2008) The library in the digital age. In: Nicholas, D. and Rowlands, I. (eds.) Digital Consumers: Reshaping the Information Professions. Facet, pp. 35-68. ISBN 9781856046510

Moss, M.S. (2008) Opening Pandora's box - what is an archive in the digital environment? In: Craven, L. (ed.) What are archives? Cultural and theoretical perspectives: a reader. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 71-89. ISBN 9780754673101

Tough, A. (2008) Records and the transition to the digital. In: Moss, M. (ed.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unpublished Information Objects in Context. Series: Chandos information professional series. Chandos: Oxford, pp. 1-25. ISBN 9781843341420

2007

Moss, M. (2007) The changes in Scottish Banking since 1945. Entreprises et Histoire, 48, pp. 43-55.

Moss, M. (2007) Choreographed Encounter - The Archive and Public History. Archives, 32(116), pp. 1-17.

Moss, M. (2007) Archivist friend or foe. In: Aubry, M., Chave, I. and Doom, V. (eds.) Archives, Archivistes et Archivistique dans l'Europe du Nord-Ouest de l'Antiquité à Nos Jours: Entre Gouvernance et Mémoire: Colloque Organisé au Centre des Archives du Monde du Travail à Roubaix du 2 au 4 Décembre 2004. Series: Histoire de l'Europe du Nord-Ouest (36). Institut de Recherches Historiques du Septentrion: Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France, pp. 243-253. ISBN 9782905637512

Moss, M. and Ross, S. (2007) Educating information management professionals: the Glasgow perspective. Journal of Education For Library and Information Science, 48(8), pp. 294-308.

2006

Currall, J.E.P., Moss, M. and Stuart, S.A.J. (2006) Privileging information is inevitable. Archives and Manuscripts, 34(1), pp. 98-122.

Ackroyd, M., Brockliss, L., Moss, M., Retford, K. and Stevenson, J. (2006) Advancing with the Army: Medicine, the Professions, and Social Mobility in the British Isles 1790-1850. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199267064

Anderson, I.G. (2006) Archival digitisation: breaking out of the strong box. In: Tough, A. and Moss, M. (eds.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unique Information Objects in Context. Chandos Publishing: Oxford, UK, pp. 203-225. ISBN 9781843341864

Brockliss, L., Cardwell, J. and Moss, M. (2006) Nelson's grand national obsequies. English Historical Review, 121, pp. 162-182. (doi: 10.1093/ehr/cej006)

Johnson, C. and Rankin, M. (2006) Record professionals in a multi-media age: turning lead into gold? In: Tough, A. and Moss, M. (eds.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unique Information Objects in Context. Series: Chandos information professional series. Chandos: Oxford. ISBN 9781843341864

Moss, M. (2006) The archives of business and the business of archives. Business Archives, 91, pp. 67-73.

Moss, M. (2006) Archivist friend or foe? Records Management Journal, 15(2), pp. 104-114.

Moss, M. (2006) Two Guidelines to Digitization: an archival perspective. American Archivist, 68(1), pp. 178-181. (doi: 10.17723/aarc.68.1.ct087581m6109116)

Moss, M. (2006) Jonathan Oldbuck's cat. In: Bütikofer, N., Hofman, J. and Ross, S. (eds.) Managing and Archiving Records in the Digital Era: Changing Professional Orientations. Hier+Jetzt: Baden, Switzerland, pp. 115-126. ISBN 9783039190195

Richmond, L. (2006) Divided no more: a descriptive approach to the record-keeping continuum. In: Tough, A. and Moss, M. (eds.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unique Information Objects in Context. Series: Chandos information professional series. Chandos: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781843341864

2005

Moss, M.S. (2005) The Hutton inquiry, the president of Nigeria and what the Butler hoped to see? English Historical Review, 120(487), pp. 577-592. (doi: 10.1093/ehr/cei121)

Allison, A., Currall, J.E.P., Moss, M. and Stuart, S.A.J. (2005) Digital identity matters. JASIST: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 56(4), pp. 364-372. (doi: 10.1002/asi.20112)

Brockliss, L., Cardwell, J. and Moss, M. (2005) Nelson's Surgeon: William Beatty, Naval Medicine and the Battle of Trafalgar. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199287420

Currall, J.E.P., Moss, M. and Stuart, S.A.J. (2005) What is a collection? Archivaria, 58, pp. 131-146.

Moss, M. (2005) The hutton inquiry, the president of Nigeria and what the butler hoped to see. English Historical Review, 120, pp. 577-592. (doi: 10.1093/ehr/cei121)

2004

Moss, M. and Currall, J. (2004) Digitisation: taking stock. Journal of the Society of Archivists, 25, pp. 123-137. (doi: 10.1080/0037981042000271457)

Moss, M. and Currall, J.E.P. (2004) Digitisation: taking stock. Journal of the Society of Archivists, 25(2), pp. 123-137. (doi: 10.1080/0037981042000271457)

2002

Currall, J., Johnson, C. E., Johnston, P., Moss, M. S. and Richmond, L. M. (2002) "No Going Back?" The final report of the Effective Records Management Project. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Moss, M. (2002) Viewpoint: The Archival Task Force - the charge. Scottish Archives, 8, pp. 1-8.

Moss, M. (2002) David Napier. In: Cantrell, J. (ed.) Henry Maudsley and The Pioneers of the Machine Age. Tempus: Stroud, UK, pp. 74-93. ISBN 9780752427669

Moss, M. (2002) The interest of the shipowner and shipbuilder must clash? A reflection in financing the maritime sector. In: Akveld, L.M., Loomeijer, F.R. and Hahn-Pedersen, M. (eds.) Financing the Maritime Sector: Proceedings from the Fifth North Sea History Conference. Series: Fiskeri-og Søfartsmuseets studieserie (13). Fiskeri-og Søfartsmuseet: Esbjerg, Denmark, pp. 147-162. ISBN 9788790982034

Moss, M. (2002) The 'Magnificent Castle' of Culzean and the Kennedy Family. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748617227

Moss, M. (2002) When is an object not an object? Archivi e Computer, 12, pp. 94-107.

2001

Moss, M. (2001) Bridge Building Achievements of P. & W. MacLellan & Co., (1850-1914). Transactions of the Newcomen Society, 72, pp. 179-202.

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Number of items: 46.

Articles

Moss, M. (2013) The high price of heaven – the 6th Earl of Glasgow and the college of the holy spirit on the Isle of Cumbrae. Architectural Heritage, 22, pp. 77-98. (doi: 10.3366/arch.2011.0019)

Moss, M. (2013) Where have all the files gone? Lost in action points every one? Journal of Contemporary History, 47(4), pp. 1-16. (doi: 10.1177/0022009412451291)

Moss, M.S. (2010) Without the data, the tools are useless; without the software, the data is unmanageable? Journal of the Society of Archivists, 31(1), (doi: 10.1080/00379811003658443)

Currall, J.E.P., Moss, M.S. and Stuart, S.A.J. (2008) Authenticity: a red herring? Journal of Applied Logic, 6(4), pp. 534-544. (doi: 10.1016/j.jal.2008.09.004)

Currall, J.E.P. and Moss, M. (2008) We are archivists, but are we OK? Records Management Journal, 18(1), pp. 69-91. (doi: 10.1108/09565690810858532)

Moss, M. (2007) The changes in Scottish Banking since 1945. Entreprises et Histoire, 48, pp. 43-55.

Moss, M. (2007) Choreographed Encounter - The Archive and Public History. Archives, 32(116), pp. 1-17.

Moss, M. and Ross, S. (2007) Educating information management professionals: the Glasgow perspective. Journal of Education For Library and Information Science, 48(8), pp. 294-308.

Currall, J.E.P., Moss, M. and Stuart, S.A.J. (2006) Privileging information is inevitable. Archives and Manuscripts, 34(1), pp. 98-122.

Brockliss, L., Cardwell, J. and Moss, M. (2006) Nelson's grand national obsequies. English Historical Review, 121, pp. 162-182. (doi: 10.1093/ehr/cej006)

Moss, M. (2006) The archives of business and the business of archives. Business Archives, 91, pp. 67-73.

Moss, M. (2006) Archivist friend or foe? Records Management Journal, 15(2), pp. 104-114.

Moss, M. (2006) Two Guidelines to Digitization: an archival perspective. American Archivist, 68(1), pp. 178-181. (doi: 10.17723/aarc.68.1.ct087581m6109116)

Moss, M.S. (2005) The Hutton inquiry, the president of Nigeria and what the Butler hoped to see? English Historical Review, 120(487), pp. 577-592. (doi: 10.1093/ehr/cei121)

Allison, A., Currall, J.E.P., Moss, M. and Stuart, S.A.J. (2005) Digital identity matters. JASIST: Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 56(4), pp. 364-372. (doi: 10.1002/asi.20112)

Currall, J.E.P., Moss, M. and Stuart, S.A.J. (2005) What is a collection? Archivaria, 58, pp. 131-146.

Moss, M. (2005) The hutton inquiry, the president of Nigeria and what the butler hoped to see. English Historical Review, 120, pp. 577-592. (doi: 10.1093/ehr/cei121)

Moss, M. and Currall, J. (2004) Digitisation: taking stock. Journal of the Society of Archivists, 25, pp. 123-137. (doi: 10.1080/0037981042000271457)

Moss, M. and Currall, J.E.P. (2004) Digitisation: taking stock. Journal of the Society of Archivists, 25(2), pp. 123-137. (doi: 10.1080/0037981042000271457)

Moss, M. (2002) Viewpoint: The Archival Task Force - the charge. Scottish Archives, 8, pp. 1-8.

Moss, M. (2002) When is an object not an object? Archivi e Computer, 12, pp. 94-107.

Moss, M. (2001) Bridge Building Achievements of P. & W. MacLellan & Co., (1850-1914). Transactions of the Newcomen Society, 72, pp. 179-202.

Books

Ackroyd, M., Brockliss, L., Moss, M., Retford, K. and Stevenson, J. (2006) Advancing with the Army: Medicine, the Professions, and Social Mobility in the British Isles 1790-1850. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199267064

Brockliss, L., Cardwell, J. and Moss, M. (2005) Nelson's Surgeon: William Beatty, Naval Medicine and the Battle of Trafalgar. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9780199287420

Moss, M. (2002) The 'Magnificent Castle' of Culzean and the Kennedy Family. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748617227

Book Sections

Moss, M.S. (2012) Glasgow. In: Brown, S. and McDougall, W. (eds.) Edinburgh History of the Book in Scotland Volume 2: Enlightenment and Expansion 1707-1800. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 156-165. ISBN 9780748619122

Moss, M. (2011) Culzean Castle. In: Dakin, A., Glendinning, M. and MacKechnie, A. (eds.) Scotland's Castle Culture. John Donald: Edinburegh, pp. 229-239. ISBN 9781906566333

Currall, J.E.P. and Moss, M.S. (2010) Digital asset management. In: Bates, M.J. and Maack, M.N. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences. CRC Press: Boca Raton, USA. ISBN 9780849397127

Moss, M. (2010) Brussels sprouts and Empire: putting down roots. In: O'Brien, D. (ed.) Gardening: Philosophy for Everyone. Wylie Blackwell, pp. 79-92. ISBN 9781444330212

Moss, M.S. (2010) The Harvard Homer multitext project: a response. In: McGann, J. and Pickard, M. (eds.) The Shape of Things to Come. Rice University Press.

Moss, M. (2009) Archival research in organizations in a digital age. In: Buchanan, D. and Bryman, A. (eds.) Handbook of Organizational Research Methods. SAGE, pp. 395-408. ISBN 9781412931182.

Moss, M. (2008) The function of the archive. In: Tough, A. and Moss, M. (eds.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unpublished Information Objects in Context. Series: Chandos information professional series. Chandos: Oxford. ISBN 1843341425

Moss, M. (2008) Opening Pandora’s box - what is an archive in the digital environment? In: Craven, L. (ed.) What are Archives? Cultural and Theoretical Perspectives: a reader. Ashgate. ISBN 9780754673101

Moss, M.S. (2008) The library in the digital age. In: Nicholas, D. and Rowlands, I. (eds.) Digital Consumers: Reshaping the Information Professions. Facet, pp. 35-68. ISBN 9781856046510

Moss, M.S. (2008) Opening Pandora's box - what is an archive in the digital environment? In: Craven, L. (ed.) What are archives? Cultural and theoretical perspectives: a reader. Ashgate: Aldershot, pp. 71-89. ISBN 9780754673101

Tough, A. (2008) Records and the transition to the digital. In: Moss, M. (ed.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unpublished Information Objects in Context. Series: Chandos information professional series. Chandos: Oxford, pp. 1-25. ISBN 9781843341420

Moss, M. (2007) Archivist friend or foe. In: Aubry, M., Chave, I. and Doom, V. (eds.) Archives, Archivistes et Archivistique dans l'Europe du Nord-Ouest de l'Antiquité à Nos Jours: Entre Gouvernance et Mémoire: Colloque Organisé au Centre des Archives du Monde du Travail à Roubaix du 2 au 4 Décembre 2004. Series: Histoire de l'Europe du Nord-Ouest (36). Institut de Recherches Historiques du Septentrion: Villeneuve-d'Ascq, France, pp. 243-253. ISBN 9782905637512

Anderson, I.G. (2006) Archival digitisation: breaking out of the strong box. In: Tough, A. and Moss, M. (eds.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unique Information Objects in Context. Chandos Publishing: Oxford, UK, pp. 203-225. ISBN 9781843341864

Johnson, C. and Rankin, M. (2006) Record professionals in a multi-media age: turning lead into gold? In: Tough, A. and Moss, M. (eds.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unique Information Objects in Context. Series: Chandos information professional series. Chandos: Oxford. ISBN 9781843341864

Moss, M. (2006) Jonathan Oldbuck's cat. In: Bütikofer, N., Hofman, J. and Ross, S. (eds.) Managing and Archiving Records in the Digital Era: Changing Professional Orientations. Hier+Jetzt: Baden, Switzerland, pp. 115-126. ISBN 9783039190195

Richmond, L. (2006) Divided no more: a descriptive approach to the record-keeping continuum. In: Tough, A. and Moss, M. (eds.) Record Keeping in a Hybrid Environment: Managing the Creation, Use, Preservation and Disposal of Unique Information Objects in Context. Series: Chandos information professional series. Chandos: Oxford, UK. ISBN 9781843341864

Moss, M. (2002) David Napier. In: Cantrell, J. (ed.) Henry Maudsley and The Pioneers of the Machine Age. Tempus: Stroud, UK, pp. 74-93. ISBN 9780752427669

Moss, M. (2002) The interest of the shipowner and shipbuilder must clash? A reflection in financing the maritime sector. In: Akveld, L.M., Loomeijer, F.R. and Hahn-Pedersen, M. (eds.) Financing the Maritime Sector: Proceedings from the Fifth North Sea History Conference. Series: Fiskeri-og Søfartsmuseets studieserie (13). Fiskeri-og Søfartsmuseet: Esbjerg, Denmark, pp. 147-162. ISBN 9788790982034

Book Reviews

Moss, M. (2008) Nine o’clock and all’s well’ or ‘Fire, fire, the Library’s burning – the future of the academic library. Minerva, 46(1), pp. 117-125. (doi: 10.1007/s11024-007-9077-4)[Book Review]

Research Reports or Papers

Currall, J., Johnson, C. E., Johnston, P., Moss, M. S. and Richmond, L. M. (2002) "No Going Back?" The final report of the Effective Records Management Project. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

Conference Proceedings

Moss, M.S. (2011) To talk of many things: of shoes—and ships—and sealing-wax—Of cabbages—and kings-. In: Verbindingen: Jonctions 12, Brussels, Belgium, 21-29 November 2009,

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