Preservação de acervos nas bibliotecas particulares de Goiânia - GO

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Universidade Federal de Goiás


It presents the writing evolution and the information registry evolution since the dawn of human history, emphasizing the white paper and its evolution through the years. It approaches the importance of the transcription of human thought for the sake of human history perpetuation. It qualifies the book appearance in the Brazilian civilization and its dissemination as a bibliographic material in order to understand the subject of the collecting. It aims to describe the bibliophilia and the collecting, with the intent to clarify the rise of private libraries and what drives bibliophiles to build their own collections. And also to clarify the definition of rare titles and the particularities sought in the books by the bibliophiles. It qualifies the preservation of private collections and their bibliographic materials, focusing mainly on books, when presenting the primary preservation techniques and the methods for the libraries maintenance in order to support the bibliophiles in the Goiânia city. It justifies itself through the need to add to the existing bibliophilia literature a new aspect about preservation, focusing Goiânia’s bibliophiles, given the lack of materials about this subject in this context. It utilizes the bibliographic research as methodology, comprised by books, articles, handbooks, interviews and practical observation of private collections in Goiânia. It presents the result of interviews performed with collectors from Goiânia in order to understand how preservation techniques are typically applied. It ends up showing the relevance of the preservation of collections to ensure the maintenance of human thought widespread in the bibliographic materials.



Bibliofilia, Acervos particulares, Preservação documental


SOUZA, Fernanda Gonçalves Ribeiro de.Preservação de acervos nas bibliotecas particulares de Goiânia - GO. 50 f. Trabalho de Conclusão de Curso (Graduação) - Faculdade de Informação e Comunicação, Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2016.