Ordering Nomenclature 4.0
The Nomenclature Task Force is pleased and excited to announce that Nomenclature 4.0 is now available to pre-order!
Please visit the publisher’s website to order Nomenclature 4.0 For Museum Cataloging.
Earlier this year Paul Bourcier’s blog “For the Record: Nomenclature…Moving 4-ward” ended with thanking everyone who contributed to this edition of Nomenclature, because “this product is truly a group effort.”
Indeed, Nomenclature 4.0 is a group effort and the task force extends thanks once again to everyone who suggested terms and ideas for this new book! In fact, this edition incorporates many new terms in direct response to recommendations made and needs expressed by colleagues ‘in the trenches’ of collections and collections records management.
“Thanks to everyone who has contributed ideas for the new edition. This product is truly a group effort.” For the Record: Nomenclature…Moving 4-ward
Nomenclature 4.0 is the most up-to-date print edition of one of North America’s most popular controlled vocabularies for naming and classifying objects in historical museums. Building on professional standards and a hierarchical structure introduced in the last edition, Nomenclature 4.0 features expanded coverage and revisions reflecting new research and contributions by museum professionals throughout the U.S. and Canada.
- An introductory essay featuring a Nomenclature users’ guide and a discussion of best cataloging practices
- A list of more than 14,600 preferred object terms, organized according to a six-level classification hierarchy first introduced in Nomenclature 3.0
- An alphabetical index of more than 16,900 preferred and non-preferred terms
- A revised and updated users’ guide with new tips and advice
- An expanded controlled vocabulary featuring nearly 950 new preferred terms
- 475 more non-preferred terms in the index
- An expanded and reorganized section on water transportation
- Expanded coverage of exchange media, digital collections, electronic devices, archaeological and ethnographic objects, and more!
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