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Information & Culture, formerly Libraries & the Cultural Record, publishes high-quality historical studies of topics that fall under information studies as it is practiced by the interdisciplinary information schools. New topics include the intellectual history of the concept of information, the historical development of information as an aspect of societies, the history of information work and information workers across society, and the history of information seeking behavior in everyday life both within and beyond traditional information institutions such as libraries and museums. More information is available at infoculturejournal.org.
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Information & Culture: A Journal of History welcomes submissions of research articles and book reviews. Authors may submit a complete manuscript or may contact the editor with a proposal.
Prospective authors should familiarize themselves with the broad topics covered by the journal as well as the submission requirements and the peer review process. The journal is not able to offer feedback on article proposals or abstracts. Instead, we encourage authors to submit completed articles following all guidelines. Also we do not accept papers that are currently under consideration for publication with another journal.
Self-Archiving and Institutional Repository Policy for Information & Culture
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Information & Culture authors retain the right to make pre-print and post-print versions of their article available on their personal website, institutional repository, or not-for-profit server, upon acceptance by the University of Texas Press. Authors are not required to remove pre-print and/or post-print versions after publication.
A pre-print must be accompanied by this notice: "This is an un-refereed, pre-copyedited version of an article submitted for publication in (Journal title, volume, issue number, and year). The definitive publisher-authenticated version is available from University of Texas Press."
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Information & Culture is indexed in Academic Search Premier, America: History and Life, Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Book Review Index, Bulletin des Bibliothéques de France, Historical Abstracts, IBR (International Bibliography of Book Reviews), IBZ (International Bibliography of Periodical Literature), Library and Information Science Abstracts, Library Literature, MLA International Bibliography, Referativnyi Zhurnal, and SCOPUS.
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