- Wang, E.N., Kelley, B., Price, L. and Schuster, K. (2020). Beyond the multidisciplinary in fan studies: Learning how to talk among disciplines. Transformative Works and Cultures, 33. doi:10.3983/twc.2020.1819.
- Ocepek, M.G., Bullard, J., Hartel, J., Forcier, E., Polkinghorne, S. and Price, L. (2018). Fandom, food, and folksonomies: The methodological realities of studying fun life‐contexts. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 55(1), pp. 712–715. doi:10.1002/pra2.2018.14505501089.
- Price, L. and Robinson, L. (2017). Fan fiction in the library. Transformative Works and Cultures, 25. doi:10.3983/twc.2017.01090.
- Price, L. (2017). The Special Collections Handbook (2nd edition). Reference Reviews, 31(6), pp. 8–9. doi:10.1108/rr-04-2017-0088.
- Baker, J., Moore, C., Priego, E., Alegre, R., Cope, J., Price, L. … Wilson, G. (2016). Library Carpentry: Software Skills Training for Library Professionals. LIBER QUARTERLY, 26(3), pp. 141–162. doi:10.18352/lq.10176.
- Price, L. (2016). Survey of Historic Costume (6th edition). Reference Reviews, 30(5), pp. 20–21. doi:10.1108/rr-02-2016-0048.
- (2015). A Companion to J.R.R. Tolkien. Reference Reviews, 29(6), pp. 27–28. doi:10.1108/rr-03-2015-0046.
- Price, L. (2014). The Sims: A Retrospective – A Participatory Culture 14 Years On. Intensities: The Journal of Cult Media, (7), pp. 135–140.
- Margree, P., MacFarlane, A., Price, L. and Robinson, L. (2014). Information behaviour of music record collectors. Information Research, 19(4).
- Price, L. (2013). Fanning Flames: A Review of The Adoring Audience. The Comics Grid, 3(1). doi:10.5334/cg.ah.
London EC1V 0HB
Ludi Price is a Visiting Lecturer for the Library & Information Science Masters course, also known as #CityLIS. She completed her PhD in Information Science at City, which focused on the information behaviour of fan communities on the internet – her thesis was titled “Serious leisure in the digital world: exploring the information behaviours of fan communities”. Her research interests are presently focused on fan information behaviour, fan tagging and folksonomies, social curation, commons-based peer production and multidisciplinarity in LIS. She is co-founder of the FanLIS Project, which aims to build bridges between fandom, fan studies, and LIS.
Ludi is also librarian for China & Inner Asia at SOAS Library.
- PhD, City, University London, United Kingdom, Oct 2013 – Nov 2017
- MSc, City, University London, United Kingdom, Oct 2011 – Jul 2012
- BA Hons, School of Oriental and African Studies, United Kingdom, Sep 2000 – Jul 2004
- Visiting Lecturer, City, University London, Oct 2020 – present
- Honorary Visiting Fellow, City, University London, May 2018 – Sep 2020
- Librarian (China & Inner Asia), School of Oriental and African Studies, May 2013 – present
Memberships of professional organisations
- Member, CILIP, 2011 – present
- Price, L. (2019). Fandom, Folksonomies and Creativity: the case of the Archive of Our Own. The Human Position in an Artificial World: Creativity, Ethics and AI in Knowledge Organization (pp. 11–37). Ergon Verlag.
- Price, L. and Robinson, L. (2021). Tag analysis as a tool for investigating information behaviour: comparing fan-tagging on Tumblr, Archive of Our Own and Etsy. Journal of Documentation, 77(2), pp. 320–358. doi:10.1108/jd-05-2020-0089.
- Price, L. and Robinson, L. (2017). ‘Being in a knowledge space’: Information behaviour of cult media fan communities. Journal of Information Science, 43(5), pp. 649–664. doi:10.1177/0165551516658821.
Publications by category
Journal articles (10)
- Price, L. Serious Leisure In The Digital World: Exploring The Information Behaviour Of Fan Communities. (PhD Thesis)
- Co-founder, FanLIS project (Oct 2019 – present).