Information & Culture is an academic journal printed three times a year by the University of Texas Press. It publishes original, high-quality, peer reviewed articles examining the social and cultural influences and impact of information and its associated technologies, broadly construed, on all areas of human endeavor. In keeping with the spirit of information studies, we seek papers emphasizing a human-centered focus that address the role of and reciprocal relationship of information and culture, regardless of time and place.

The journal welcomes submissions from an array of relevant theoretical and methodological approaches, including but not limited to historical, sociological, psychological, political and educational research that address the interaction of information and culture.

To learn more about our submission standards or submit an article for publication in Information & Culture, visit our submission requirements page.


 

Available book reviews in the upcoming issue (Fall 2021)

We are pleased to announce the following recently published book reviews for the upcoming issue, Volume 56 Number 3:

Ideology and Libraries: California, Diplomacy, and Occupied Japan, 1945-1952 by Michael K. Buckland, with the assistance of Masaya Takayama 

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