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Formerly Libraries & Culture, through volume 41, no. 2, Spring 2006 (E-ISSN: 1534-7591, Print ISSN: 0894-8631).
Information and Culture publishes original, high-quality, peer reviewed articles examining the social and cultural influences and impact of information and its associated technologies, broadly construed, on all areas of human endeavor. In keeping with the spirit of information studies, we seek papers emphasizing a human-centered focus that address the role of and reciprocal relationship of information and culture, regardless of time and place.
published byUniversity of Texas Press
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Table of Contents
- Revisiting Archival History
- pp. 4-11
- Back to the Future of Library History
- pp. 27-32
- History in the Library and Information Science Curriculum: Outline of a Debate
- Originally published: Volume 40, Number 3, Summer 2005
- pp. 223-238
- DOI: 10.1353/lac.2005.0057
- The History of Information Science and Other Traditional Information Domains: Models for Future Research
- Originally published: Volume 46, Number 2, 2011
- pp. 230-248
- DOI: 10.1353/lac.2011.0011
- Shaping Information History as an Intellectual Discipline
- Originally published: Volume 47, Number 2, 2012
- pp. 119-144
- DOI: 10.1353/lac.2012.0008
- pp. 127-131
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