INF 386.14 - Books, Libraries, and Civilization since 1500

Fall 2004
Unique ID: 25615
Syllabus:   Syllabus
Prof:  Davis, Don
Room: SZB 464
Days:  Wed
Time: W 900-1200 noon

Review and exploration of the role and significance of collections of recorded knowledge - their creation, organization, preservation, and use in the context of cultural and social history; development of knowledge institutions that serve various populations and societies in the modern world. Graduate standing required.

meets with HIS 387M

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