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Information & Culture: A Journal of History

Vol. 36 (2001) through current issue

Formerly Libraries & Culture, through volume 41, no. 2, Spring 2006 (E-ISSN: 1534-7591, Print ISSN: 0894-8631).

Information and Culture: A Journal of History explores the interactions of people, organizations, and societies with information and technologies. Social and cultural context of information and information technology, viewed from an historical perspective, is at the heart of the journal's interests.

Published by: University of Texas Press

Current Issue: Volume 51, Number 4, 2016

Volume 51, 2016

Volume 50, 2015

Volume 49, 2014

Volume 48, 2013

Volume 47, 2012

Volume 46, 2011

Volume 45, 2010

Volume 44, 2009

Volume 43, 2008

Volume 42, 2007

Volume 41, 2006

Volume 40, 2005

Volume 39, 2004

Volume 38, 2003

Volume 37, 2002

Volume 36, 2001


E-ISSN: 2166-3033
Print ISSN: 2164-8034

Information & Culture: A Journal of History


Editorial Boards

Volume 51, Number 4, 2016

Editor

William Aspray

Managing Editor

Nida Kazim

Editorial Fellow

George Royer

Advisory Editors

Anne Balsamo
New School

Alistair Black
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Jean-François Blanchette
University of California, Los Angeles

Tanya Clement
University of Texas at Austin

James W. Cortada
Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota

Wolfgang Coy
Humboldt University of Berlin

Charles Dollar
Cohasset Associates
Representing the Archival History Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists

Gregory Downey
University of Wisconsin–Madison

William H. Dutton
University of Oxford

Paul Edwards
University of Michigan

Nathan Ensmenger
Indiana University

Patricia K. Galloway
University of Texas at Austin

David B. Gracy II
University of Texas at Austin

Jonathan Grudin
Microsoft Research

Thomas Haigh
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Jenna Hartel
University of Toronto

Ulf Hashagen
Deutsches Museum

Fidelia Ibekwe-SanJuan
Aix-Marseille University
Representing the Special Interest Group on the History and Foundations of Information Science of the Association for Information Science and Technology

Richard R. John
Columbia University

Yollette Jones
Vanderbilt University

Peggy Kidwell
Smithsonian Institution–National Museum of American History

Melanie Kimball
Simmons College
Representing the Library History Round Table of the American Library Association

Jennifer Light
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mary Niles Maack
University of California, Los Angeles

Willard McCarty
Kings College London

Peter F. McNally
McGill University

Mara Mills
New York University

Thomas Misa
Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota

Teresa Numerico
University of Rome

Craig Robertson
Northeastern University

Eleanor Robson
University College London

Andrew L. Russell
Stevens Institute of Technology
Representing the Special Interest Group on Computers, Information, and Society of the Society for the History of Technology

Rebecca Slayton
Cornell University

Ciaran Trace
University of Texas at Austin

Fred Turner
Stanford University

Frank Webster
City University London

Toni Weller
DeMontfort University

Advisory editors representing affiliated institutions serve terms determined by the institution. Other advisory board members serve three- year terms running from June to May.

Editors Emeriti

David B. Gracy II

Donald G. Davis, Jr.

Volume 51, Number 3, 2016

Editor

William Aspray

Managing Editor

Nida Kazim

Editorial Fellow

George Royer

Advisory Editors

Anne Balsamo
New School

Alistair Black
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Jean-François Blanchette
University of California, Los Angeles

Tanya Clement
University of Texas at Austin

James W. Cortada
Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota

Wolfgang Coy
Humboldt University of Berlin

Charles Dollar
Cohasset Associates
Representing the Archival History Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists

Gregory Downey
University of Wisconsin–Madison

William H. Dutton
University of Oxford

Paul Edwards
University of Michigan

Nathan Ensmenger
Indiana University

Patricia K. Galloway
University of Texas at Austin

David B. Gracy II
University of Texas at Austin

Jonathan Grudin
Microsoft Research

Thomas Haigh
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Jenna Hartel
University of Toronto

Ulf Hashagen
Deutsches Museum

Fidelia Ibekwe-SanJuan
Aix-Marseille University
Representing the Special Interest Group on the History and Foundations of Information Science of the Association for Information Science and Technology

Richard R. John
Columbia University

Yollette Jones
Vanderbilt University

Peggy Kidwell
Smithsonian Institution–National Museum of American History

Melanie Kimball
Simmons College
Representing the Library History Round Table of the American Library Association

Jennifer Light
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mary Niles Maack
University of California, Los Angeles

Willard McCarty
Kings College London

Peter F. McNally
McGill University

Mara Mills
New York University

Thomas Misa
Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota

Teresa Numerico
University of Rome

Craig Robertson
Northeastern University

Eleanor Robson
University College London

Andrew L. Russell
Stevens Institute of Technology
Representing the Special Interest Group on Computers, Information, and Society of the Society for the History of Technology

Rebecca Slayton
Cornell University

Ciaran Trace
University of Texas at Austin

Fred Turner
Stanford University

Frank Webster
City University London

Toni Weller
DeMontfort University

Advisory editors representing affiliated institutions serve terms determined by the institution. Other advisory board members serve three- year terms running from June to May.

Editors Emeriti

David B. Gracy II

Donald G. Davis, Jr.

Volume 51, Number 2, 2016

Editor

William Aspray

Managing Editor

Nida Kazim

Editorial Fellow

George Royer

Advisory Editors

Anne Balsamo
New School

Alistair Black
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Jean-François Blanchette
University of California, Los Angeles

Tanya Clement
University of Texas at Austin

James W. Cortada
Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota

Wolfgang Coy
Humboldt University of Berlin

Charles Dollar
Cohasset Associates
Representing the Archival History Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists

Gregory Downey
University of Wisconsin–Madison

William H. Dutton
University of Oxford

Paul Edwards
University of Michigan

Nathan Ensmenger
Indiana University

Patricia K. Galloway
University of Texas at Austin

David B. Gracy II
University of Texas at Austin

Jonathan Grudin
Microsoft Research

Thomas Haigh
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Jenna Hartel
University of Toronto

Ulf Hashagen
Deutsches Museum

Fidelia Ibekwe-SanJuan
Aix-Marseille University
Representing the Special Interest Group on the History and Foundations of Information Science of the Association for Information Science and Technology

Richard R. John
Columbia University

Yollette Jones
Vanderbilt University

Peggy Kidwell
Smithsonian Institution–National Museum of American History

Melanie Kimball
Simmons College
Representing the Library History Round Table of the American Library Association

Jennifer Light
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mary Niles Maack
University of California, Los Angeles

Willard McCarty
Kings College London

Peter F. McNally
McGill University

Mara Mills
New York University

Thomas Misa
Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota

Teresa Numerico
University of Rome

Craig Robertson
Northeastern University

Eleanor Robson
University College London

Andrew L. Russell
Stevens Institute of Technology
Representing the Special Interest Group on Computers, Information, and Society of the Society for the History of Technology

Rebecca Slayton
Cornell University

Ciaran Trace
University of Texas at Austin

Fred Turner
Stanford University

Frank Webster
City University London

Toni Weller
DeMontfort University

Advisory editors representing affiliated institutions serve terms determined by the institution. Other advisory board members serve three- year terms running from June to May.

Editors Emeriti

David B. Gracy II

Donald G. Davis, Jr.

Volume 51, Number 1, 2016

Editor

William Aspray

Managing Editor

Nida Kazim

Editorial Fellow

George Royer

Advisory Editors

Anne Balsamo
New School

Alistair Black
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Jean-François Blanchette
University of California, Los Angeles

Tanya Clement
University of Texas at Austin

James W. Cortada
Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota

Wolfgang Coy
Humboldt University of Berlin

Charles Dollar
Cohasset Associates
Representing the Archival History Roundtable of the Society of American Archivists

Gregory Downey
University of Wisconsin–Madison

William H. Dutton
University of Oxford

Paul Edwards
University of Michigan

Nathan Ensmenger
Indiana University

Patricia K. Galloway
University of Texas at Austin

David B. Gracy II
University of Texas at Austin

Jonathan Grudin
Microsoft Research

Thomas Haigh
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

Jenna Hartel
University of Toronto

Ulf Hashagen
Deutsches Museum

Fidelia Ibekwe-SanJuan
Aix-Marseille University
Representing the Special Interest Group on the History and Foundations of Information Science of the Association for Information Science and Technology

Richard R. John
Columbia University

Yollette Jones
Vanderbilt University

Peggy Kidwell
Smithsonian Institution–National Museum of American History

Melanie Kimball
Simmons College
Representing the Library History Round Table of the American Library Association

Jennifer Light
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mary Niles Maack
University of California, Los Angeles

Willard McCarty
Kings College London

Peter F. McNally
McGill University

Mara Mills
New York University

Thomas Misa
Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota

Teresa Numerico
University of Rome

Craig Robertson
Northeastern University

Eleanor Robson
University College London

Andrew L. Russell
Stevens Institute of Technology
Representing the Special Interest Group on Computers, Information, and Society of the Society for the History of Technology

Rebecca Slayton
Cornell University

Ciaran Trace
University of Texas at Austin

Fred Turner
Stanford University

Frank Webster
City University London

Toni Weller
DeMontfort University

Advisory editors representing affiliated institutions serve terms determined by the institution. Other advisory board members serve three- year terms running from June to May.

Editors Emeriti

David B. Gracy II

Donald G. Davis, Jr.

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