Reviewer Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following individuals, and those not listed who prefered to remain annonymous, for their contribution to the recent issues of Information & Culture: A Journal of History.

 

Joseph M Adelman

Assistant Professor

Department of History

Framingham State University

 

James Smith Allen

Professor

Department of History

Southern Illinois University

Carbondale

 

Rima Apple

Professor Emerita

School of Human Ecology and Gender

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Friederike Baer

Associate Professor of History

Penn State University

 

Greg Bak

Associate Professor

Department of History

University of Manitoba

 

Richmond Barbour

Professor

Department of English

School of Writing, Literature, and Film

Oregon State University

 

Brian Beaton

Director, Center for Expressive Technologies

College of Liberal Arts

Cal Poly

 

Alistair Black

Professor Emeritus

School of Information Sciences

University of Illinois

 

Sean Burns

Assistant Professor

College of Communication and Information

University of Kentucky

 

Huanwen Cheng

Professor and University Librarian

Sun Yat-Sen University

Guangzhou, China

 

Brenda Collins

Visiting Research Fellow

School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics

Queens University

Belfast

 

James W. Cortada

Senior Research Fellow

Charles Babbage Institute
University of Minnesota

 

Robert Culp

Associate Professor of History

Bard College

         

Antoon De Baets

Professor of History, Ethics and Human Rights

Department of History

University of Groningen

 

Gerardo Con Diaz

Assistant Professor

Dept. of Science and Technology Studies

UC Davis

 

Vivienne Dunstan

Honorary Research Fellow of History

University of Dundee

 

Paul N. Edwards

William J. Perry Fellow in International Security

Stanford University

And

Professor of Information and History

University of Michigan

 

Michael Ellman

Professor Emeritus

Amsterdam University

 

Mathew Griffis

Assistant Professor

School of Library and Information Science

University of Southern Mississippi


Mack Hagood

Robert H and Nancy J Blayney Professor of Comparative Media Studies

Department of Media, Journalism and Film

Miami University, Ohio

 

Ken Herold

Associate Dean,

Digital Initiatives & Automated Services

University Libraries

Adelphi University

 

Belinda Jack

Christ Church

University of Oxford

 

Edward Kasinec

Research Associate

Harriman Institute

Columbia University

 

Michael Kevane

Associate Professor

Dept. of Economics

Santa Clara University


Cheryl A Knott

Associate Professor
School of Information
University of Arizona

 

Mark McConaghy

Visiting Post-Doctoral Fellow,

Academia Sinica,

Taipei, Taiwan

 

David Nasaw

Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. Professor of History

CUNY Graduate Center, New York

 

Christine Pawley

Mary Imogene Hazeltine Research Fellow

School of Library and Information Studies

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Ed Potten

Research Associate

Centre for Medieval Studies

York University, and

Department of History

Durham University

 

Sam Randalls

Department of Geography

University College, London

 

Kalpana Shankar

Professor

School of Information and Communication Studies

University College Dublin

 

Julia Skinner

Rare Books Curator

Bentley Rare Book Museum

Kennesaw State University

 

Laura Skouvig

Associate Professor

Royal School of Library and Information Science

University of Copenhagen

 

Kristin Stapleton

Professor

Department of History

University at Buffalo, SUNY

 

Suzanne M. Stauffer

Associate Professor

School of Library and Information Science

Louisiana State University

 

Hallam Stevens

Associate Professor

History Programme, School of Humanities

Nanyang Technological University

Singapore

 

Hannah Turner

Postdoctoral Fellow

School for Interactive Arts + Technology (SIAT)

Simon Fraser University

Vancouver, BC

 

Djoeke Van Netten

Lecturer Early Modern History

University of Amsterdam

 

David Vincent

Visiting Fellow,

Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

Cambridge University

And

Emeritus Professor of Social History

The Open University

 

Toni Weller

Visiting Research Fellow in History

School of Humanities

De Montfort University