Jonathan Furner is editor of the “Advances in Information Science” (AIS) series of review articles in the Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (JASIST); co-editor of the MIT Press book series on “History and Foundations of Information Science” (HFIS), and a member of the advisory board to the ASIS&T Special Interest Group of the same name (SIG/HFIS); a member of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions’ (IFLA) Working Group on Functional Requirements for Subject Authority Records (FRSAR); and a member of the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC) Editorial Policy Committee (EPC). He is a member of several national and international scholarly associations, and regularly reviews submissions to academic journals and conferences—see the Affiliations page for further details. In 2011-12, he will be teaching graduate courses on bibliometrics, museum informatics, archival description, and information ethics, and will be papers chair of the iConference (Toronto, February 2012).
- Furner, Jonathan. 2010. Philosophy and information studies. In Annual Review of Information Science and Technology: Vol. 44, ed. Blaise Cronin, 161-200. Medford, NJ: Information Today.
- Furner, Jonathan. 2010. Folksonomies. In Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences, 3rd ed., ed. Marcia J. Bates and Mary Niles Maack, 1858-1866. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
- Furner, Jonathan. 2007. Dewey deracialized: A critical race-theoretic perspective. Knowledge Organization 34, no. 3: 144-168.
- Furner, Jonathan. 2004. Conceptual analysis: A method for understanding information as evidence, and evidence as information. Archival Science 4, no. 3/4: 233-265.
- Furner, Jonathan. 2004. Information studies without information. Library Trends 52, no. 3: 427-446.
- Furner, Jonathan. 2002. On recommending. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53, no. 9: 747-763.
- Furner, Jonathan. 2002. Shera’s social epistemology recast as psychological bibliology. Social Epistemology 16, no. 1: 5-22.
- Borgman, Christine, and Jonathan Furner. 2002. Scholarly communication and bibliometrics. In Annual Review of Information Science and Technology: Vol. 36, ed. Blaise Cronin, 3-72. Medford, NJ: Information Today.
- Furner, Jonathan, David Ellis, and Peter Willett. 1996. The representation and comparison of hypertext structures using graph theory. In Information retrieval and hypertext, ed. Maristella Agosti and Alan F. Smeaton, 75-96. Boston, MA: Kluwer.
- Ellis, David, Jonathan Furner-Hines, & Peter Willett. 1993. Measuring the degree of similarity between objects in text retrieval systems. Perspectives in Information Management 3: 128-149.
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