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== Re-reading Otlet ==  
 
== Re-reading Otlet ==  
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'''Or, reading the readers that explored and contextualized the work of Otlet in recent times.'''
  
 
* Jacques Gillen, Stéphanie Manfroid, and Raphaèle Cornille (eds.), [http://archives.mundaneum.org/fr/paul-otlet-architecte-du-savoir-artisan-de-paix ''Paul Otlet, fondateur du Mundaneum (1868-1944). Architecte du savoir, Artisan de paix,''] Mons: Éditions Les Impressions Nouvelles, 2010.
 
* Jacques Gillen, Stéphanie Manfroid, and Raphaèle Cornille (eds.), [http://archives.mundaneum.org/fr/paul-otlet-architecte-du-savoir-artisan-de-paix ''Paul Otlet, fondateur du Mundaneum (1868-1944). Architecte du savoir, Artisan de paix,''] Mons: Éditions Les Impressions Nouvelles, 2010.
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== Classifying the world ==
 
== Classifying the world ==
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'''The recurring tensions between the world and its systematic representation.'''
  
 
* ShinJoung Yeo, James R. Jacobs, [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/6/62/ShinJoung_Yeo%2C_James_R._Jacobs%2C_Diversity_matters.pdf ''Diversity matters? Rethinking diversity in libraries''],  Radical Reference Countepoise 9 (2) Spring, 2006. p. 5-8.
 
* ShinJoung Yeo, James R. Jacobs, [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/6/62/ShinJoung_Yeo%2C_James_R._Jacobs%2C_Diversity_matters.pdf ''Diversity matters? Rethinking diversity in libraries''],  Radical Reference Countepoise 9 (2) Spring, 2006. p. 5-8.
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* Markus Krajewski, Peter Krapp [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/a/ab/Markus_Krajewski%2C_Peter_Krapp_Paper_Machines_Ab.pdf ''Paper Machines: About Cards & Catalogs, 1548-1929''] The MIT Press
 
* Markus Krajewski, Peter Krapp [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/a/ab/Markus_Krajewski%2C_Peter_Krapp_Paper_Machines_Ab.pdf ''Paper Machines: About Cards & Catalogs, 1548-1929''] The MIT Press
 
* Eric de Groller [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/f/f3/Groller_A_Study_of_general_categories_applicable_to_classification_and_coding_in_documentation.pdf ''A Study of general categories applicable to classification and coding in documentation'']; Documentation and terminology of science; 1962.
 
* Eric de Groller [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/f/f3/Groller_A_Study_of_general_categories_applicable_to_classification_and_coding_in_documentation.pdf ''A Study of general categories applicable to classification and coding in documentation'']; Documentation and terminology of science; 1962.
 
* Paul Otlet, [http://efele.net/ebooks/livres/000399/ ''L’afrique aux noirs''], Bruxelles: Ferdinand Larcier, 1888.
 
  
 
* Marlene Manoff, [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/e/ec/Manoff_Theories_of_the_archive_from_across_the_disciplines.pdf ''"Theories of the archive from across the disciplines,"''] in portal: Libraries and the Academy, Vol. 4, No. 1 (2004), pp. 9–25.
 
* Marlene Manoff, [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/e/ec/Manoff_Theories_of_the_archive_from_across_the_disciplines.pdf ''"Theories of the archive from across the disciplines,"''] in portal: Libraries and the Academy, Vol. 4, No. 1 (2004), pp. 9–25.
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== Don't be evil ==
 
== Don't be evil ==
  
'''Standing on the hands of Internet giants'''
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'''Standing on the hands of Internet giants.'''
  
 
* Rene Koenig, Miriam Rasch (eds), [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/7/76/Koenig_Rasch_Society_of_the_Query_Reader.pdf ''Society of the Query Reader: Reflections on Web Search''], Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2014.
 
* Rene Koenig, Miriam Rasch (eds), [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/7/76/Koenig_Rasch_Society_of_the_Query_Reader.pdf ''Society of the Query Reader: Reflections on Web Search''], Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 2014.
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== Embedded hierarchies ==
 
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'''How classification systems, and the dream of their universal application actually operate.'''
  
 
* Paul Otlet, [http://archive.org/details/OtletTraitDocumentationUgent ''Traité de documentation''], Bruxelles, Mundaneum, Palais Mondial, 1934. (for alphabet hierarchy, see page 71)
 
* Paul Otlet, [http://archive.org/details/OtletTraitDocumentationUgent ''Traité de documentation''], Bruxelles, Mundaneum, Palais Mondial, 1934. (for alphabet hierarchy, see page 71)
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* Anthony Vidler, “The Space of History: Modern Museums from Patrick Geddes to Le Corbusier,” in The Architecture of the Museum: Symbolic Structures, Urban Contexts, ed. Michaela Giebelhausen (Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press, 2003).
 
* Anthony Vidler, “The Space of History: Modern Museums from Patrick Geddes to Le Corbusier,” in The Architecture of the Museum: Symbolic Structures, Urban Contexts, ed. Michaela Giebelhausen (Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press, 2003).
  
* Volker Welter. [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/1/16/Welter_Biopolis_Patrick_Geddes.pdf "Biopolis Patrick Geddes and the City of Life."] Cambridge, Mass: MIT, 2003.
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* Volker Welter. [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/index.php/File:Welter_Biopolis_Patrick_Geddes.pdf"Biopolis Patrick Geddes and the City of Life."] Cambridge, Mass: MIT, 2003.
  
 
* Alfred Willis, “The Exoteric and Esoteric Functions of Le Corbusier’s Mundaneum,” Modulus/University of Virginia School of Architecture Review 12, no. 21 (1980).
 
* Alfred Willis, “The Exoteric and Esoteric Functions of Le Corbusier’s Mundaneum,” Modulus/University of Virginia School of Architecture Review 12, no. 21 (1980).
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* Daniel Laqua, [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/4/42/Laqua_Transnational_intellectual_cooperation%2C_the_League_of_Nations%2C_and_the_problem_of_order%2C.pdf ''"Transnational intellectual cooperation, the League of Nations, and the problem of order,"''] in Journal of Global History (2011) 6, pp. 223–247.
 
* Daniel Laqua, [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/4/42/Laqua_Transnational_intellectual_cooperation%2C_the_League_of_Nations%2C_and_the_problem_of_order%2C.pdf ''"Transnational intellectual cooperation, the League of Nations, and the problem of order,"''] in Journal of Global History (2011) 6, pp. 223–247.
 
* Paul Otlet, [http://efele.net/ebooks/livres/000399/ ''L’afrique aux noirs''], Bruxelles: Ferdinand Larcier, 1888. 
 
  
 
* Lewis Pyenson and Christophe Verbruggen, [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/c/c2/Pyenson_Ego_and_the_International_The_Modernist_Circle_of_George_Sarton.pdf ''"Ego and the International: The Modernist Circle of George Sarton,"''] Isis, Vol. 100, No. 1 (March 2009), pp. 60-78.  
 
* Lewis Pyenson and Christophe Verbruggen, [http://www.mondotheque.be/wiki/images/c/c2/Pyenson_Ego_and_the_International_The_Modernist_Circle_of_George_Sarton.pdf ''"Ego and the International: The Modernist Circle of George Sarton,"''] Isis, Vol. 100, No. 1 (March 2009), pp. 60-78.  

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Cross-readings. Not a bibliography.

Paul Otlet

  • Paul Otlet, L’Éducation et les Instituts du Palais Mondial (Mundaneum). Bruxelles: Union des Associations Internationales, 1926.
  • Paul Otlet, Plan belgique; essai d'un plan général, économique, social, culturel. Plan d'urbanisation national. Liaison avec le plan mondial. Conditions. Problèmes. Solutions. Réformes, Bruxelles: Éditiones Mundaneum, 1935.

Re-reading Otlet

Or, reading the readers that explored and contextualized the work of Otlet in recent times.

  • Warden Boyd Rayward, El Universo de la Documentacion: la obra de Paul Otlet sobra documentacion y organizacion internacional, Trans. Pilar Arnau Rived, Madrid: Mundanau, 2005.
  • Warden Boyd Raywar, "Visions of Xanadu: Paul Otlet (1868-1944) and Hypertext." Journal of the American Society for Information Science (1986-1998) 45, no. 4 (05, 1994): 235-251.
  • Warden Boyd Rayward (who translated and adapted), Mundaneum: Archives of Knowledge, Urbana-Campaign, Ill. : Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2010. Original: Charlotte Dubray et al., Mundaneum: Les Archives de la Connaissance, Bruxelles: Les Impressions Nouvelles, 2008.
  • Wouter Van Acker, “Universalism as Utopia. A Historical Study of the Schemes and Schemas of Paul Otlet (1868-1944)”, Unpublished PhD Dissertation, University Press, Zelzate, 2011.

Fathers of the internet

Constructing a posthumous pre-history of contemporary networking technologies.

  • Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler, Ora Lassila, The Semantic Web, in Scientific American - SCI AMER , vol. 284, no. 5, pp. 34-43, 2001.
  • Heuvel, Charles van den, “Building Society, Constructing Knowledge, Weaving the Web”. in European Modernism and the Information Society – Informing the Present, Understanding the Past, Aldershot, 2008, pp. 127–153.

Classifying the world

The recurring tensions between the world and its systematic representation.

Don't be evil

Standing on the hands of Internet giants.

  • Matthew Fuller, Andrew Goffey, Evil Media. Cambridge, Mass., United States: MIT Press, 2012.
  • William Miller, Living With Google. In: Journal of Library Administration Volume 47, Issue 1-2, 2008.

Embedded hierarchies

How classification systems, and the dream of their universal application actually operate.

  • Paul Otlet, Traité de documentation, Bruxelles, Mundaneum, Palais Mondial, 1934. (for alphabet hierarchy, see page 71)
  • Ducheyne, Steffen, “Paul Otlet's Theory of Knowledge and Linguistic Objectivism”, in Knowledge Organization, no 32, 2005, pp. 110–116.

Architectural visions

Writings on how Otlet's knowledge site was successively imagined and visualized on grand architectural scales.

  • Catherine Courtiau, "La cité internationale 1927-1931," in Transnational Associations, 5/1987: 255-266.
  • Giuliano Gresleri and Dario Matteoni. La Città Mondiale: Andersen, Hébrard, Otlet, Le Corbusier. Venezia: Marsilio, 1982.
  • Isabelle Rieusset-Lemarie, "P. Otlet's Mundaneum and the International Perspective in the History of Documentation and Information science," in Journal of the American Society for Information Science (1986-1998)48.4 (Apr 1997): 301-309.
  • Wouter Van Acker. "Architectural Metaphors of Knowledge: The Mundaneum Designs of Maurice Heymans, Paul Otlet, and Le Corbusier." Library Trends 61, no. 2 (2012): 371-396.
  • Van Acker, Wouter, Somsen, Geert, “A Tale of Two World Capitals – the Internationalisms of Pieter Eijkman and Paul Otlet”, in Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire/Belgisch Tijdschrift voor Filologie en Geschiedenis, Vol. 90, nr.4, 2012.
  • Anthony Vidler, “The Space of History: Modern Museums from Patrick Geddes to Le Corbusier,” in The Architecture of the Museum: Symbolic Structures, Urban Contexts, ed. Michaela Giebelhausen (Manchester; New York: Manchester University Press, 2003).
  • Alfred Willis, “The Exoteric and Esoteric Functions of Le Corbusier’s Mundaneum,” Modulus/University of Virginia School of Architecture Review 12, no. 21 (1980).

Zeitgeist

It includes both century-old sources and more recent ones on the parallel or entangled movements around the Mundaneum time.

  • Julie Carlier, "Moving beyond Boundaries: An Entangled History of Feminism in Belgium, 1890–1914," Ph.D. dissertation, Universiteit Gent, 2010. (esp. 439-458.)
  • Bambi Ceuppens, Congo made in Flanders?: koloniale Vlaamse visies op "blank" en "zwart" in Belgisch Congo. [Gent]: Academia Press, 2004.
  • Sylvie Fayet-Scribe, "Women Professionals in Documentation in France during the 1930s," Libraries & the Cultural Record Vol. 44, No. 2, Women Pioneers in the Information Sciences Part I, 1900-1950 (2009), pp. 201-219. (translated by Michael Buckland)
  • François Garas, Mes temples. Paris: Michalon, 1907.
  • Madeleine Herren, Hintertüren zur Macht: Internationalismus und modernisierungsorientierte Aussenpolitik in Belgien, der Schweiz und den USA 1865-1914. München: Oldenbourg, 2000.
  • Robert Hoozee and Mary Anne Stevens, Impressionism to Symbolism: The Belgian Avant-Garde 1880-1900, London: Royal Academy of Arts, 1994.
  • Elisée Reclus, Nouvelle géographie universelle; la terre et les hommes, Paris, Hachette et cie., 1876-94.
  • Alfred Willis, “The Exoteric and Esoteric Functions of Le Corbusier’s Mundaneum,” Modulus/University of Virginia School of Architecture Review 12, no. 21 (1980).
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