History and Foundations of Information Science

This series of books focuses on the historical approach or theoretical approach to information science and seeks a broader interpretation of what we consider as information (i.e., information is in the eye of the beholder, be it sets of data, scholarly publications, works of art, material objects, or DNA samples), and an emphasis upon how people access and interact with this information.

Series editor: Michael Buckland, Jonathan Furner, and Markus Krajewski

Power of Position

Robert D. Montoya

May 24, 2022

The Typographic Medium

Kate Brideau

Oct 12, 2021

The Infographic

Murray Dick

Mar 31, 2020

The Information Manifold

Antonio Badia

Nov 05, 2019

Documentarity

Ronald E. Day

Oct 01, 2019

Search Foundations

Sachi Arafat, Elham Ashoori

Feb 12, 2019

Indexing It All

Ronald E. Day

Sep 12, 2014

Information and Intrigue

Colin B. Burke

May 09, 2014

Good Faith Collaboration

Joseph Reagle, Lawrence Lessig

Sep 14, 2012