There is ambiguity in the use of the term bibliography for both the study of printed books and also for the listing of accessible intellectual resources. We address this ambiguity by examining two well-known anomalies: Donald F. Mckenzie’s assertion that bibliography should extend to all media, including culturally significant objects in the landscape and Suzanne Briet’s declaration that an antelope in a zoo is a document. This paper summarizes and extends an earlier, more detailed discussion (Buckland, 2018).
Buckland, Michael K.
"From Bibliography to Documentography,"
Proceedings from the Document Academy: Vol. 5
, Article 2.
Available at: https://ideaexchange.uakron.edu/docam/vol5/iss2/2