Since its inception, SAA has offered archivists reasons to read. The American Archivist was established in 1938 and quickly became the leading journal in the archival field. The SAA Newsletter started in the 1970s and evolved into an award-winning magazine, Archival Outlook. And for decades, SAA books have nurtured and educated generations of archivists.

If that isn’t enough, SAA also provides reasons to write. Our publications are largely driven by members. Members write articles, chapters, and books which are then vetted by members on the Editorial Board and Publications Board, who strive to maintain SAA’s commitment to furthering best practices in the field.