Call for Papers: Information & Culture, University of Texas Press.
The journal Information & Culture has recently extended its remit to provide a home for scholarly work that addresses the social and cultural impact of information in our world across all areas of human activity. If you are seeking a home for information scholarship that deals directly with human and social concerns that might not fit easily in more traditional or established venues, consider submitting. Editors intend to create an inclusive, constructive-review environment for interesting work across disciplines and traditions. They do not restrict by method or theory, by topic or by era, only by quality, and welcome lengthy submissions where warranted. Under new arrangements, authors will 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 servers.
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.