Links & Resources
The following journals have accepted articles on the history and philosophy of information science:
- Hahn, T.B. and M. Buckland, eds. Historical Studies in Information Science. Information Today: Medford, NJ. 1998. http://books.infotoday.com/asist/histstud.shtml
- Hahn, T.B., R.V. Williams, and M.E. Bowden, eds. Proceedings of the Conference on the History and Heritage of Science Information Systems. Association of Information Science: Medford, NJ. 1999. http://othmerlib.chemheritage.org/record=b1018247~S6
- Bourne, C.P. and T.B. Hahn. A History of Online Information Services: 1963-1976. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003. https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/history-online-information-services-1963%E2%80%931976
- Bowden, M.E. and B. Rayward, eds. Proceedings of the Second Conference on the History and Heritage of Scientific Information Systems. Information Today Press: Medford, NJ, 2004. http://othmerlib.chemheritage.org/record=b1063680~S6
- Day, R. The Modern Invention of Information: Discourse, History, and Power. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2001. http://siupress.com/books/978-0-8093-2848-2
- The Communication and Information Technologies Section of the American Social Association has some cognate interests with HFIS: http://www.citasa.org
- The Special Interest Group on Computers, Information and Society (www.sigcis.org) of the Society for the History of Technology (www.historyoftechnology.org) has more than two hundred members and a well developed website holding links, resources, and example syllabi related to the history of information technology and its use.
- The American Library Association has a Library History Roundtable: http://www.ala.org/lhrt/ which hosts a Library History Seminar every five years (e.g., 2005, 2010, 2015).