“History and Foundations of Information Science” (HFIS) is a new series of books, published by The MIT Press, focusing on historical and theoretical approaches to information science. Prospective authors are invited to interpret “information” broadly, and to emphasize ways in which people access and interact with information.
- Michael Buckland (University of California, Berkeley)
- Jonathan Furner (University of California, Los Angeles)
- Markus Krajewski (Bauhaus-Universität Weimar)
For more info, see also:
- HFIS series home page at The MIT Press website
Books in the HFIS series:
- Krajewski, M. (in press). Paper machines: About cards & catalogs, 1548-1929. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
- Reagle, J. M., Jr. (2010). Good faith collaboration: The culture of Wikipedia. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
- Warner, J. (2010). Human information retrieval. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.