Tools for Thought Bibliography

For those who don’t want to create a Zotero account for the tools for thought group, here’s the list as of 2022-05-07. It doesn’t include the tags, folder structure, or related Zotero meta data, but it will give an idea of some of the current contents. We’re happy to provide credentials to the group for those we know/trust within the space.

(99+) Carl Linnaeus’s Botanical Paper Slips (1767-1773) | Staffan Mueller-Wille— (n.d.). Retrieved March 23, 2022, from

Ahrens, S. (2017). How to Take Smart Notes: One Simple Technique to Boost Writing, Learning and Thinking – for Students, Academics and Nonfiction Book Writers. Create Space; Calibre.

Anderson, R. L. (2003). Metaphors of the Book as Garden in the English Renaissance. The Yearbook of English Studies, 33, 248–261.

Anderson, S. (2011, March 4). ‘What I Really Want Is Someone Rolling Around in the Text.’ The New York Times, 46.

Baker, N. (1994, April 4). Annals of scholarship: Discards. The New Yorker, 70(7), 64.

Barabási, A.-L. (2002). Linked: The New Science of Networks. Perseus Books Group; Calibre.

Barnet, B. (2008). The Technical Evolution of Vannevar Bush’s Memex. Digital Humanities Quarterly, 002(1).

Barthes, R. (2010). Mourning Diary. Macmillan.

Beecher, D., & Williams, G. (Eds.). (2009). Ars Reminiscendi: Mind and Memory in Renaissance Culture (1st edition). Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies.

Bittel, C., Leong, E., & von Oertzen, C. (Eds.). (2019). Working with Paper: Gendered Practices in the History of Knowledge.

Bjornstad, S. (2020, July 20). Rules for Designing Precise Anki Cards. Control-Alt-Backspace.

Blair, A. (1992). Humanist Methods in Natural Philosophy: The Commonplace Book. Journal of the History of Ideas, 53(4), 541–551.

Blair, A. (2003). Reading Strategies for Coping with Information Overload ca. 1550-1700. Journal of the History of Ideas, 64(1), 11–28.

Blair, A. (2004). Note Taking as an Art of Transmission. Critical Inquiry, 31(1), 85–107.

Blair, A. M. (2000). Annotating and Indexing Natural Philosophy.

Blair, A. M. (2008). Textbooks and Methods of Note-Taking in Early Modern Europe.

Blair, A. M. (2010a). The Rise of Note-Taking in Early Modern Europe. Intellectual History Review, 20(3), 303–316.

Blair, A. M. (2010b). Too Much to Know: Managing Scholarly Information before the Modern Age (C:UserschrisOneDriveBooksCalibre LibraryBlair, Ann M_Too Much to Know_ Managing Scholar (15709)). Yale University Press; Calibre.

Blair, A. M. (2016). Conrad Gessner’s Paratexts. 73(1), 73–122.

Blair, A. M. (2017). The Theater of Nature: Jean Bodin and Renaissance Science.

Bloch, S. (1974). Marcel Duchamp’s Green Box. Art Journal, 34(1), 25–29.

Bobek, E., & Tversky, B. (2016). Creating visual explanations improves learning. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 1(1), 27.

Boorstin, D. J. (1984). The Lost Arts of Memory. The Wilson Quarterly (1976-), 8(2), 104–113.

Branwen, G. (2009, March 11). Spaced Repetition for Efficient Learning.

Budelis, K. (2010, September 8). Barthes’s Hand. The New Yorker.

Buhrich, A., & Murison, J. (2020). The Western Yalanji dendroglyph: The life and death of an Aboriginal carved tree. Journal of Community Archaeology & Heritage, 7(4), 255–271.

Buhrich, A., Purcell, S., Ferrier, A., Grimwade, G., & Joyce, A. (2014). Giants in Time: Rainforest Dendroglyphs of North Queensland.

Burke, V. E. (2013). Recent Studies in Commonplace Books. English Literary Renaissance, 43(1), 153–177. JSTOR.

Cave, T. (1997). Printed Commonplace-Books and the Structure of Renaissance Thought. Rhetorica, 15(3), 337–340.

Cevolini, A. (2016). Forgetting Machines: Knowledge Management Evolution in Early Modern Europe. BRILL.

Cevolini, A. (Ed.). (2017). The Ark of Studies: Thomas Harrison. Brepols Publishers.

Cevolini, A. (2018). Where Does Niklas Luhmann’s Card Index Come From? Erudition and the Republic of Letters, 3(4), 390–420.

Charmantier, I., & Müller-Wille, S. (2014). Carl Linnaeus’s botanical paper slips (1767–1773). Intellectual History Review, 24(2), 215–238.

Chartier, R. (2008). Inscription and Erasure: Literature and Written Culture from the Eleventh to the Eighteenth Century (A. Goldhammer, Trans.). University of Pennsylvania Press.

Clark, A. (2003). Natural-born cyborgs: Minds, technologies, and the future of human intelligence. Oxford University Press.

Clark, A., & Chalmers, D. J. (1998). The Extended Mind. Analysis, 58(1), 7–19. Calibre.

Clark, A., & Cyborgs, N.-B. (2003). Minds, Technologies, and the Future of Human Intelligence. Oxford University Press.

Colie, R. L., & Yates, F. A. (1969). The Art of Memory. Comparative Literature, 21(2), 155.

Cook, T. (2011). Review: Blair,  Ann  M. Too  Much  to  Know: Managing  Scholarly  Information Before the Modern Age. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010. Pp. Xv, 397. ISBN 978-0-300-11251-1 (hardcover) $45. Renaissance and Reformation, 33(4), 109–111. Calibre.

Crupi, G. (2021). John Locke’s algorithm and the commonplace books. JLIS.It, 12(1), 63–72.

Dacome, L. (2004). Noting the Mind: Commonplace Books and the Pursuit of the Self in Eighteenth-Century Britain. Journal of the History of Ideas, 65(4), 603–625.

Darnton, R. (2000, December 21). Extraordinary Commonplaces. The New York Review of Books.

Davey, M. (2020). Index Cards. New Directions.

David, A. (2010). Commonplace Books And Reading In Georgian England. Commonplace Books and Reading in Georgian England, 1–306.

Davies, S. (2011). Still building the memex. Communications of the ACM, 54(2), 80–88.

Doren, C. V., & Adler, M. J. (2011). How to Read a Book (Revised and Updated ed. edition). Touchstone.

Ebbinghaus, H. (1885). Memory; a contribution to experimental psychology (1913th ed.). New York city, Teachers college, Columbia university.

Eddy, M. D. (n.d.-a). “Diagrams”, in Anthony Grafton, Ann Blair and Anja Sylvia Goeing (Eds.), A Companion to the History of Information (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2020), 397-401. Retrieved August 8, 2021, from

Eddy, M. D. (n.d.-b). How to Keep a Notebook: Visualising the Manuscript Practices of University Students. Retrieved August 8, 2021, from

Eddy, M. D. (2010). Tools for Reordering: Commonplacing and the Space of Words in Linnaeus’s Philosophia Botanica. Intellectual History Review, 20(2), 227–252.

Eddy, M. D. (2016). The Interactive Notebook: How Students Learned to Keep Notes during the Scottish Enlightenment. Book History, 19(1), 86–131.

Eddy, M. D. (2017, May). Thinking with Pen and Paper: Notekeepers as Artificers, Notebooks as Artefacts.

Eddy, M. D. (2018a, March 6). Rewriting Reason. Cambridge Core Blog.

Eddy, M. D. (2018b). The Nature of Notebooks: How Enlightenment Schoolchildren Transformed the Tabula Rasa. Journal of British Studies, 57(2), 275–307.

Eddy, M. D. (2019). Family Notebooks, Mnemotechnics and the Rational Education of Margaret Monro. In C. Bittel, E. Leong, & C. von Oertzen (Eds.), Working with Paper: Gendered Practices in the History of Knowledge (pp. 160–176, 269–272). University of Pittsburgh Press.

Eichhorn, K. (2008). Archival Genres: Gathering Texts and Reading Spaces.;jsessionid=BC04172B552580CB6CDEAE544002A156?institutionalItemId=5351

Engel, W. E., 1957-. (2008). Updating Classical Mnemonics for the Modern Classroom: “The Caper Star Method.” International Journal of Case Method Research & Application, XX(2), 174–187. Calibre.

Erasmus, D. (1561). De Conscribendis Epistolis: Des. Erasmi Roterodami Opus ; Ioannis Ludovici Viuis Valentini Libellus Vere Aureus ; Conradi Celtis Methodus ; Christophori Hegendorphini Epitome ; Omnia Nunc Demum in Studiosorum Gratiam & Utilitatem Uno Libello Comprehensa, & Longe Quam Antea Emendatius Excusa. Basileae [Basel, Switzerland]: Per Nicolaum Brylingerum.

Erasmus, D. (1978). Copia: Foundations of the abundant style (C. R. Thompson, Ed.; B. I. Knott, Trans.; No. 24; Issue 24, pp. 279–660). University of Toronto Press.

Espy, W. R., & Peacham, H. (1983). The Garden of Eloquence: A rhetorical bestiary. New York : Harper & Row.

Garner, D. (2010, October 14). Wallowing in Grief Over Maman. The New York Times. Internet Archive.

Geraths, C., & Kennerly, M. (2015). Pinvention: Updating Commonplace Books for the Digital Age. Communication Teacher, 29(3), 166–172. Calibre.

Gitelman, L. M. (2013). “Raw Data” Is an Oxymoron | The MIT Press. MIT Press.

Gladwin, T. (1995). East Is a Big Bird. Hardvard University Press.

Gold, H. (1967). Vladimir Nabokov, The Art of Fiction No. 40. The Paris Review, Summer-Fall 1967(41).

Green, W. M. (1943a). Hugo of St. Victor: De Tribus Maximis Circumstantiis Gestorum. Speculum, 18(4), 484–493. JSTOR.

Green, W. M. (1943b). Hugo of St. Victor: De Tribus Maximis Circumstantiis Gestorum. Speculum, 18(4), 484–493.

Grendler, P. F. (1998). Ann Moss. Printed Commonplace-Books and the Structuring of Renaissance Thought. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996. xiv + 345 pp. £ 80. ISBN: 0-1981-5908-0. Renaissance Quarterly, 51(3), 1001–1002.

Hamacher, D. (2022). The First Astronomers: How Indigenous Elders read the stars (C:UserschrisOneDriveBooksEducationHamacher, DuaneThe First Astronomers_ How Indigeno (4289)). Allen & Unwin; Calibre.

Hamacher, D. W. (2018). “Dancing with the stars”—Astronomy and Music in the Torres Strait. Imagining Other Worlds: Explorations in Astronomy and Culture, Edited by Nicholas Campion and Chris Impey. Sophia Centre Press, Lampeter, Pp. 151-161.

Hamacher, D. W., Napoli, K. D., & Mott, B. J. (2020). Whitening the Sky: Light pollution as a form of cultural genocide. Journal of Dark Sky Studies, Vol. 1, in Press.

Hanssen, B. (2006). Walter Benjamin and the Arcades Project (1st ed.). Continuum (Bloomsbury).

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Hasecke, J. U. (2011, January 1). Paper Machines. Jan Ulrich Hasecke.

Havens, E. (2001). Commonplace books: A history of manuscripts and printed books from antiquity to the twentieth century. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library New Haven, CT.

Havens, E. (2002). “Of Common Places, or Memorial Books”: An Anonymous Manuscript on Commonplace Books and the Art of Memory in Seventeenth-Century England. The Yale University Library Gazette, 76(3/4), 136–153.

Havens, E. (2020a). Commonplace Book. In M. Sgarbi (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy (pp. 1–7). Springer International Publishing.

Havens, E. (2020b). Commonplace Book. In M. Sgarbi (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy (pp. 1–7). Springer International Publishing.

Helbig, D. K. (2019). Life without Toothache: Hans Blumenberg’s Zettelkasten and History of Science as Theoretical Attitude. Journal of the History of Ideas, 80(1), 91–112.

Hennemann, A. (2013, February 13). Ausstellungseröffnung am 4. März: »Zettelkästen. Maschinen der Phantasie« Mit Navid Kermani, Norbert Miller und Meike Werner. Zum 250. Geburtstag von Jean Paul. Deutches Literatur Archiv Marbach.

Hess, J. (2012). Coleridge’s Fly-Catchers: Adapting Commonplace-Book Form. Journal of The History of Ideas.

Holland, N. N. (2009). Literature and the Brain. PsyArt Foundation.

Hollier, D. (2005). Notes (On the Index Card). October, 112(Spring), 35–44.

Hooks, A. G. (2017). Commonplace Books. In The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature (pp. 206–209). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Hotson, H. (2000). Johann Heinrich Alsted 1588–1638: Between Renaissance, Reformation, and Universal Reform. Oxford University Press.

Hotson, H. (2007). Commonplace Learning: Ramism and its German Ramifications, 1543-1630. Oxford University Press.

Iverson, K. E. (1980). Notation as a Tool of Thought. Communications of the ACM, 23(8), 444–465.

Johnson, C. D. (2012). Memory, Metaphor, and Aby Warburg’s Atlas of Images. Cornell University Press.

Johnson, L. D. (1847). Memoria technica: Or The art of abbreviating those studies which give the greatest labor to the memory; including numbers in historical dates, geography, astronomy, gravities, &c.; also rules for memorizing. Boston, Gould, Kendall and Lincoln.

Kalir, R. H., & Garcia, A. (2021). Annotation. MIT Press.

Kanigel, R. (2021). Hearing Homer’s Song: The Brief Life and Big Idea of Milman Parry. Knopf.

Kay, A. (1990). User interface: A personal view. The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design, 191–207.

Kelly, L. (2012). When Knowledge Was Power. La Trobe University; Calibre.

Kelly, L. (2015). Knowledge and Power in Prehistoric Societies: Orality, Memory and the Transmission of Culture. Cambridge University Press; Calibre.

Kelly, L. (2016a). Grounded: Indigenous Knowing in a Concrete Reality. Rounded Globe; Calibre.

Kelly, L. (2016b). The Memory Code. Allen & Unwin; Calibre.

Kelly, L. (2019). Memory Craft: Improve your memory using the most powerful methods from around the world. Calibre.

Kemp, C., Hamacher, D. W., Little, D. R., & Cropper, S. J. (2022). Perceptual Grouping Explains Similarities in Constellations Across Cultures. Psychological Science, 33(3), 354–363.

Kennedy, C. E. (n.d.). Creating a Commonplace Book (CPB). Retrieved August 31, 2021, from

King, R., Davies, S., & Velez-Morales, J. (2005). Building the Memex Sixty Years Later: Trends and Directions in Personal Knowledge Bases (C:UserschrisOneDriveBooksEducationKing, RogerBuilding the Memex Sixty Years Late (3966); CU-CS-997-05; p. 59). University of Colorado at Boulder; Calibre.

Kirsch, A. (2021, June 7). The Classicist Who Killed Homer. The New Yorker.

Knauss, D. (n.d.). Review of Earle Havens' Commonplace Books: A History of Manuscripts and Printed Books fromAntiquity to the Twentieth Century. Sixteenth Century Studies Journal. Retrieved July 29, 2021, from

Knauss, D. (2003). Review of Commonplace Books: A History of Manuscripts and Printed Books from Antiquity to the Twentieth Century [Review of Review of Commonplace Books: A History of Manuscripts and Printed Books from Antiquity to the Twentieth Century, by E. Havens]. The Sixteenth Century Journal, 34(2), 610–611.

Krajewski, M. (2011). Paper Machines: About Cards & Catalogs, 1548-1929 (P. Krapp, Trans.). MIT Press.

Krapp, P. (2007). Hypertext avant la lettre. In W. H. K. Chun & T. W. Keenan (Eds.), New Media, Old Media: A history and theory reader (C:UserschrisOneDriveBooksEducationChun, Wendy Hui KyongNew Media Old Media_ A History and (4418); pp. 357–371). Routledge; Calibre.

Krapp, P. (2019). Paper Slips: The Long Reign of the Index Card and Card Catalog. In M. J. P. Wolf (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Media Technology and Obsolescence. Routledge.

Latour, B. (1986). Visualisation and Cognition: Drawing Things Together in Knowledge and Society Studies in the Sociology of Culture Past and Present, edited by Henrika Kuklick, 1-40. Greenwich, CT: Jai Press.

Leisman, G., Moustafa, A. A., & Shafir, T. (2016). Thinking, Walking, Talking: Integratory Motor and Cognitive Brain Function. Frontiers in Public Health, 4.

Lesser, Z., & Stallybrass, P. (2008). The First Literary Hamlet and the Commonplacing of Professional Plays. Shakespeare Quarterly, 59(4), 371–420.

Locke, J., 1632-1704. (1685). A new method of making common-place-books. Calibre.

“Loisette” exposed, together with Loisette’s Complete System of Physiological Memory By G. S. Fellows. New York, The Author. 8‡ 25 cents. (1888). Science, ns-12(285), 31.

Long, S. (2016). Visualizing Words and Knowledge: Arts of Memory for the Digital Age. Computers and Composition, 42, 28–46.

Long, S. (2021). Architects of Memory: Information and Rhetoric in a Networked Archival Age. Rhetoric Review, 40(1), 101–104.

Lord, A. B. (1971). The Singer of Tales. Harvard University Press; Calibre.

Luhmann, N. (1981). Kommunikation mit Zettelkästen. In H. Baier, H. M. Kepplinger, & K. Reumann (Eds.), Öffentliche Meinung und sozialer Wandel / Public Opinion and Social Change (pp. 222–228). VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Luo, L., Kiewra, K. A., & Samuelson, L. (2016). Revising lecture notes: How revision, pauses, and partners affect note taking and achievement. Instructional Science, 44(1), 45–67.

Mack, P. (2001). Review of Printed Commonplace-Books and the Structuring of Renaissance Thought; Le Sublime du “lieu commun”: L’Invention rhétorique dans l’Antiquité et à la Renaissance [Review of Review of Printed Commonplace-Books and the Structuring of Renaissance Thought; Le Sublime du “lieu commun”: L’Invention rhétorique dans l’Antiquité et à la Renaissance, by A. Moss & F. Goyet]. Renaissance Studies, 15(1), 79–82.

Malcolm, N. (2020). The Ark of Studies. Thomas Harrison. Ed. Alberto Cevolini. De Diversis Artibus 102 (n.s. 65). Turnhout: Brepols, 2017. xiv + 142 pp. €60. Renaissance Quarterly, 73(2), 635–636. Calibre.

Mastropieri, M. A., Scruggs, T. E., & Levin, J. R. (1985). Maximizing What Exceptional Students Can Learn: A Review of Research on the Keyword Method and Related Mnemonic Techniques. Remedial and Special Education, 6(2), 39–45.

Matuschak, A. (2020). How to write good prompts: Using spaced repetition to create understanding.

Matuschak, A., & Nielsen, M. (2019). How can we develop transformative tools for thought?

McGillen, P. (2016). Wit, bookishness, and the epistemic impact of note-taking: Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift Für Literaturwissenschaft Und Geistesgeschichte, 90(4), 501–528.

McLaughlin, K. (2002). The Arcades Project (H. Eiland, Trans.). Belknap Press.

McPherson, F. (2018). Effective Notetaking (3rd edition). Wayz Press; Calibre.

Miller, G. A. (1956). The magical number seven, plus or minus two: Some limits on our capacity for processing information. Psychological Review, 63(2), 81–97. Calibre.

Miller, M. D. (2022). Remembering and Forgetting in the Age of Technology: Teaching, Learning, and the Science of Memory in a Wired World. West Virginia University Press.

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Mondot, J. (2001). “Les aphorismes” de Lichtenberg. du Temps.

Monod, J.-C. (2019). Archives, Thresholds, Discontinuities: Blumenberg and Foucault on Historical Substantialism and the Phenomenology of History. Journal of the History of Ideas, 80(1), 133–146.

Moss, A. (1996). Printed Commonplace-Books and the Structuring of Renaissance Thought. Oxford University Press.

Mueller, P. A., & Oppenheimer, D. M. (2014a). The Pen Is Mightier Than the Keyboard: Advantages of Longhand Over Laptop Note Taking. Psychological Science, 25(6), 1159–1168.

Mueller, P. A., & Oppenheimer, D. M. (2014b). The Pen Is Mightier Than the Keyboard: Advantages of Longhand Over Laptop Note Taking. Psychological Science, 25(6), 1159–1168.

Mueller-Wille, S. (2014). Carl Linnaeus's Botanical Paper Slips (1767-1773). Intellectual History Review, Doi: 10.1080/17496977.2014.914643.

Müller-Wille, S. (2006). Linnaeus’ herbarium cabinet: A piece of furniture and its function. Endeavour, 30(2), 60–64.

Müller-Wille, S., & Charmantier, I. (2012a). Natural history and information overload: The case of Linnaeus. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, 43(1), 4–15.

Müller-Wille, S., & Charmantier, I. (2012b). Lists as Research Technologies. Isis, 103(4), 743–752.

Müller-Wille, S., & Charmantier, I. (2012c). Lists as Research Technologies. Isis, 103(4), 743–752.

Müller-Wille, S., & Scharf, S. (2009, January). Indexing nature: Carl Linnaeus (1707-1778) and his fact-gathering strategies (Monograph No. 36/08). Department of Economic History, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Mulsow, M. (2006). Practices of Unmasking: Polyhistors, Correspondence, and the Birth of Dictionaries of Pseudonymity in Seventeenth-Century Germany. Journal of the History of Ideas, 67(2), 219–250.

Neale, M., & Kelly, L. (2020). Songlines: The Power and Promise. Thames & Hudson; Calibre.

Nielsen, M. (2018). Augmenting Long-term Memory. Augmenting Cognition.

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Ogilvie, B. W. (2012). Commonplace Learning: Ramism and its German Ramifications, 1543–1630. By Howard Hotson. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2007. Pp. xvi + 333. Cloth $199.00. ISBN 978-0-19-817430-1. Central European History, 45(2), 325–327.

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Ong, W. J., & Hartley, J. (1982). Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word (30th Anniversary Edition). Routledge; Calibre.

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Santini, C. (2020). Searching for Orientation in the History of Culture: Aby Warburg and Leo Frobenius on the Morphological Study of the Ifa-Board. Journal of the History of Ideas, 81(3), 473–497.

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Schmidt, J. F. K. (2016). Niklas Luhmann’s Card Index: Thinking Tool, Communication Partner, Publication Machine. In Forgetting Machines: Knowledge Management Evolution in Early Modern Europe (pp. 287–311). Brill.

Schmidt, J. F. K. (2018). Niklas Luhmann’s Card Index: The Fabrication of Serendipity. Sociologica, 12(1), 53–60.

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Summers, D. (1998). ‘—The proverb is something musty’: The Commonplace and Epistemic Crisis in Hamlet. Hamlet Studies, 20.1-20.2 Summer and Winter, 9–34.

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Tversky, B. (1999). What does drawing reveal about thinking? In J. Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design.

Tversky, B. (2005). Visuospatial reasoning. Cambridge University Press.

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Tversky, B. (2015). The Cognitive Design of Tools of Thought. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 6(1), 99–116.

Tversky, B. (2019). Mind in motion: How action shapes thought. Hachette UK.

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