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por International Symposium of the International Committee for the History of the Technology

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Editor: Lisboa : ICOHTEC, 1998
Descripción Física: 164 p. ; 24 cm
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SESSION 1. TECHNOLOGY, THE MARITIME DISCOVERIES AND THE OVERSEAS EMPIRES / Chaiperson, A. Carneiro, F. Domingues, A. Simões. - Useful or True? Sea Charts as Tools in 16th Century Navigation / Alison Sandman. - The History of Ports / Tom Rallis. - The Technology of Portuguese Seafaring in the Fifteenth Century / Richard W. Unger. - The Naval Architecture Around the End of the 16th Century. Pedro López de Soto, Constructor in Lisbon / Maria Isabel Vicente Maroto. - Porgueste Engineering and the Colonial Project / Ana Carneiro; Maria Paula Diogo, Ana Simões. - Crossing Africa: The Railways of Angola and Mozambique as portrayed in the Revista de Obras Públicas e Minas (1869-1914) / Manuel Troca. - The Geographical Society of Lisbon and its African Expeditions (1875-1926) / José Verissimo. - Wilhelm Ludwig von Eschwege, a German Miner and Metallurgist in the Service of the Portuguese Crown in Portugal and Brazil from 1803 to 1850 / Friedrich Toussaint. - Technology Exchanges Between Spain and Overseas during the 16th Century / Javier Goicolea Zala; Ignacio González Tascón. - The Incidence of the Spanish Technique in the Discoverty of the American Continen / Nicolás García Tapia. SESSION 2. TECHNOLOGICAL IDENTITY, INDUSTRIALISATION AND PROFESSIONAL NETWORKS / Chairperon, R. A. Buchanan, M. P. Diogo, D. Gopuzévitch. - Issues of Technology Transfer frome Europe to Russia: a case study of the ural Metallurgy (19th the beginning of 20th centuries) / Eugene V. Logunov. - The Welding Techniques in the Shipbuilding Industry in France: continuum or Breaking, 1901-1939? / Anne-Catherine Robert.Hauglustaine. - Introduction of European Technologies and Institutional Development in Chemical Industries in Japan / Yuji Jido. - "Spin-Off" Patterns in the Nationalistaion of the Experimental Tank in Britain and Japan: Similarities and Differences in Prewar Period / Miwao Matsumoto. - Inventions in the Construction Field in the First Half of the XIX Century in Russia / Serguei Sniatkov, Semen Souponitski, Serguei Grigoriev. - From Trade to Industry: The Private Informative Networks of European Firms, Early Nineteenth Century / Michel Joseph Cotte. - Formation of new Engineering and its Transferring Process to Newly Developing Country / Genji Jimbo. - The Birth of a New Scientific Profession: Engineer-Researcher (France and Russia, 1790s-1840s) / Dmitri Gouzévitch. - Professional Engineering Network in Europe in the 1st Half of the 19th Century / Irina Gouzévitch. - Funicular versus Suspension-Railway: A Swiss Mountain-Railway-Technology in Conflict with a Foreign Competition, 1900-1940 / Wolfgang König. SESSION 3. TECHNOLOGY, SCIENCE AND ECONOMY / Chairperson, W. Weber. - Cargo Containerization and the Transformation of Maritime Shipping since 1956 / Arthur Donovan. - Architecture and Aluminium in France: an Economic and Technical Challenge / Florence Hachez Leroy. - Efforts on Raising the Thermal Efficiency of th Finnish Energy Economy / Timo Myllyntaus. - Patents and Cars Manufacture. Two Different Strategies: Renault and Citro~en / Pierre Lanard. - Czech Export of Railway Vehicles to South America and Portugal and its agents / Karel Zeithammer. - Historiography and Patents: Illumination and Equivocation Regarding the Origins of a Great 20th-century Invention / Katalin Tihanyi Glass. - "Great Schizm" in the World's Route Towards Global Universal Civilization, Caused by the Fact that Stalin has not been Guided by Experts in the History of Technology / Boleslaw Orlowski. - "Why Support Science?" Chemistry and Chemical Industry around 1900 / Anders Lundgren. - The Fischer-Tropsch Synthetic Fuel Process: European Roots and American Developments / Anthony N. Stranges. - The Impact of Antibiotics on Portuguese Pharmaceutical Industry / A. M. Nunes dos Santos, Isabel Amaral, Paulo Amaral. - The Portuguese Plastics Industry and the Politics of Industrial Development / Maria Elvira Calapes. - MARLY, Focussing Technology, Science and Economy in the late 17th Century / Wolfhard Weber. - The Socio-Technical Dynamics in Peripheral Countries-From Import's Substitutions to Commercial Laisez Faire (Argentine, 1970-1995) / Hernán Thomas, Renato Dagnino. - Where to go with our Daily Waste? (Controversies in a Decision-Making Process) / Rosana Horio Monteiro, Léa Velho, Marco Fabio Polli. SESSION 4. TECHNICAL TEACHING: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE / Chairperson, I. Gouzévitch. -La Réforme des Établisements Militaires en Russie (1762): L'Antécédent Historique ou les Leçons d'un Projet Avorté / Irina Gouzévitch. - The Technical University as a Socialist Factory / Gabor Pallo. - From de Academic Assesment of th Mechanical Arts to the Introduction of Machinery's Teaching in Catalonia (1767-1831) / Carles Puig-Pla. - L'Enseignement de la Mécanique Appliquée à L'Institut des Ingénierus des Voies de Communication de Saint-Pétersbourg: Réforme et Réformateurs (1re Moitié du XIX e. s.) / Dmitri Gouzevitch. - The Teaching of Inorganic and analytical Chemistry in the Lisbon Polytechnic School and in the Oporto Polytechnic Academy (1837-1890) / Vanda Maria Leitão. - Engineers and Lectures Notes / Takehiko Hashimoto. - Learning How to be an Engineer: Technical Teaching in Nineteenth Century Portugal / Maria Paula Diogo, Ana Cardoso de Matos. - The Pursuit of Prestige, Expertise and Excellence. Reforming Higher Technical Education to the University Level in the Nordic Countries Prior to 1939 / Timo Myllyntaus, Susanna Fellman. - Technical Education and Innovation in Estonia: Tendencies in Development in the 20th Century / Vahur Mägi. - Formation of the Engineers in the USSR (1918-1938) / Vladimir M. Oryol, Oksana Simonenko. - The Imbalance of Theory and Practice in American Engineering Education: Reforms and Changes, 1920-1980 / Bruce Seely. - Correspondence Education of Radio Engineering in Japan after World War II - A History of an Unofficial Training of Engineers/technicians / Yuzo Takahashi. - Between the Giand and the Nort Pole: Teaching the History of Canadian Technology / David Zimmerman. SESSION 5. TECHNOLOGY AND WORLD EXHIBITION / Chairperson, G. Ahlström. -Architecture for the Moment. Halls and Pavilions built for the World Fairs / Stefan Poser. - From Curiosity to High-Tech: Electricity on Exhibitions in the 19th Century / Sándor Jeszensky. - The Technological Development of th Portuguese Empire as Displayed at International and Colonial Exhibitions, from 1929 to 1939 / Ana Paula Lopes da Silva. - Norway at the Internationa Exhibitions 1851-1867 / Brita Brenna. - Technology and World Exhibitions Experienced by Danish Military Officers 1870-1900 / Margit Mogensen. - World Exhibitions and Science Museums 1867 / Eva Vamos. - Exhibiting Technology, the 1923 Jubilee Exhibition in Gothenburg / Anders Houltz. - The 1911 Turin International Exhibition. New Scenarios for Technology Transfer / Vittorio Marchis. - Artifacts Without Workers: The World Fairs as a Stage for Technological Evolutionism / Aristotle Tympas.SESSION 6. TECHNOLOGY AND THE APPLICATION OF GUNPOWDER IN A INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT / Chairperson, B. Buchanan. - Saltpetre: A. Commodity of Empire / Brenda J. Buchanan. - Two Portuguese Overseas Gunpowder Factories: Goa (India) and Rio de Janeiro (Brasil) / José Manuel de Mascarenhas. - Application of Gunpowder to War: a Truly International Context-The case of Sweden in the 17th century / Bengt Ashlund. - Six Thousand Centners of Saltpeter or 360 Thousand Barrels of Corn: Saltpeter in the Intesection of Military and Agricultural Interests in 18th Century Sweden / Thomas Kaiserfeld. - In defense of caste iron cannon / Bert Hall. - The smelting of iron cannons in Gipuzkoa in the 16 century / Ignacio M. Carrion Arregui. - Gunpowder and the Burgundian Artillery Train / Kelly Robert DeVries. - French Gunpowder Manufacturing in Cairo during Bonaparte's Expedition to Egypt (1798-1801): a case of Transfer of Technology? / Patrice Bret. - Gunpowder-the Diffusion of an International Technology / Wayne D. Cocroft. - The Use of Unorhodox British Technology in the Confederate Gunpowder Workks at Augusta, Georgia, C.S.A. 1862-1865; its Advantages and Disadvantages / W. S. Curtis. - Okthinskiy Powdermill in the Unpublished Drawings from the State Hermitage Collection / Maria B. Barabonova-Priamurskaya. - Gunpowder and its Applications in Ancient India / Asitesh Bhattacharya. - Theory and Practice on the Road from Black Powder to ANFO / Ian D. Rae. - Developing a Secure Future of Barcarena (Portugal), XVI-XXth Century / António de Carvalho Quintela, João Luis Cardoso, José Manuel de Mascarenhas. - Black Powder, Perceptions and Realities / Robert A. Howard. - Scientific Reasoning and Empirical Approach at the Time of the Eurpean Invention of the Smokeless Powder / René Amiable. - The Main Chemical Laboratory of Okthinskiy Powdermill is a Largest Research Centre of Powder Manufacturing in Russia (1850-1927) / Georgij G. Priamursky. SESSION 7. INSTRUMENT MAKING, SCIENCE AND POWDER / Chairperson, I. Malaquias. - Technology, Instrument-Making and Economic Power in the 18th Century: Portugal and the Brazilian Gold and Diamonds / Isabel Malaquias, M. Serrano Pinto. - The Contribute of Gago Goutinho to Air Navigation / António José Duarte Costa Canas. - Instruments and Scientific Culture during the Century of Enlightenment / Maria da Conceição Ruivo. - Scientific Technology versus Public Transport Technology: Scientific Aims at Stake in a Legal Action in Nice at the Beginning of the 20th Century / Françoise Le Guet Tully. - Mechanizing War, Reordering Society: Military Technology and Social Change 1850-1950 / Barton C. Hacker. - Scientific instruments in Greece, 18-19th centuries / George N. Vlahakis, Efthymios Nicolaidis. SESSION 8. HEGEMONY AND AGENCY: TECHNOLOGY AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF DOMINANCE / Chairperson, C. Pursell. - The Power of Rhetoric: Engineers and the Manipulation of Language / Bruce Sinclair. - Between the Needle and the Pen: Technology, Gender and Gentility in the Early American "Republic" / Catherine E. Kelly. - Civilizing the Frontier: Technology and American Indian Policy, 1790-1830 / Jeffrey Larrabee. - Perfectibility and the Practice of Reproductive Technology: Constructing and Resisting Dominance / Joan Rothschild. - Virtual Policy: Ideology and Technological Decisions / Gail Cooper. - American Technical Aid After World War II / Carroll Pursell. SESSION 9. COMPETITION AND COEIXISTENCE: THE HORSE AND THE AUTOMOBILE DURING THE FIRST DECADES OF MOTORISATION / Chairperson, G. Mom. - The Decline of the Working Horse in Paris / Ghislaine Bouchet. - The Taxicab as a Horse Supplanter / Gijs Mom. - The Displacement of the Horse by Mechanical Power in North American Cities / Joel Arthur Tarr, Clay McShane. - Historical Zoogeography of the Urban Horse in the U.S., 1860-1920 / Philip M. Teigen. - Motive Power and Labor Management Relations / Scott Molloy. - "Autos May Come and Autos May Go-But the Horse Wille Be With Us Forever": The Rock Hill Buggy Company and Changing Technology, 1900-1911 / Craig Pascoe. - Images of Women and Transportation Vehicles / Julie Wosk. SESSION 10. TECHNOLOGY AND NATURAL DISASTERS / chairperson, J. C. Williams. - German Peasants Between "Ordinary" and "Disastrous" Floodings-State and Society in 19th Century Prussia / Rita Gudermann. - Extinguishing Disaster in Alpine France / Tamara L. Whited. - Losing Louisiana: Hurricane Betsy and the Millenial Flood / Todd Shallat. - Earthquake Engineering and Tall Buildings / Stephen H. Cutcliffe. - Mediation of Disaster Through "New" Technology as a Rhetoric of Technological Autonomy / Michael Punt. - Mexico's Laguna Verde: Risks and Consequences of Nuclear Technology Transfer / Errol Jones. - Hazardous City: Flodding, Technology and Urban Ecology in Twentieth-Century Los Angeles / Jared Orsi. - Water Control and Disasters in Mexico City / Alfonso A. Sanchez. - Hard and Soft Technologies in the Venezuelan Campaigns against Malaria, 1936-1950 / Ana Teresa Gutiérrez, Hebe Vessuri. - Earthquake and the Culture of Prevention / James C. Williams. SESSION 11. TECHNOLOGY AND MUSIC / chairperson, P. Decroupet, E. Ungeheur. - Music goes Digital: History, Development and Future of Digitalising Music / Bernd Schabbing. - Technological Musical Artifacts / Gerhard Eckel. - Presentation of the Proto-Type of CD-ROM Essay / Elena Ungeheuer. - Acoustical Knowledge and Musical Imagination in the Instrumental Compositions of Edgard Varèse / Pascal Decroupet. - Leo S. Termen: a Dramatic Fate of the Inventor of Electronic Musical Instruments / Vassili P. Borissov. - The Origins and Rise of the Classical Alloys of Bells / Tatyana Shashkina. SESSION 12. SPECIAL TOPICS / chairperson, A. Herlea, A. M. Nunes dos Santos. - How does Information Technology affect the concept of Technology / Manuel da Costa Leite. - "Of the Beautiful and the Useful": Technology and Classicism in the First German Journal for Architecture and Engineering / Andreas Kahlow. - The Western Influence on the Concept and Technology of Japanese Garden Architecture, 1870-1940 / Tatsuya Kobayashi. - The Research of the Representative Types of Moára (the Mill) which were in Function until cca. 1 000 a J.C.H. in some Areas of the Carpathean-Danubean-Pontean Space. Some Relevant Technical-Technological, Historical, Etnological, Philosophical, Ecological, Museological Aspects / Liviu Sofonea. - The Complexity of the Concept Moarain the Civilization & Culture of the Carpathean-Danubean-Pontean Space (from pre-History until cca. 1800) / Liviu Sofonea. - Water Supply to Lisbon. An Approach to the History of Technology in Public Services / Raul Manuel Fontes Vital. - Nieuports and Spads: French Pursuit Planes and American Airpower in World War I. / Bert L. Frandsen, W. David Lewis.



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SESSION 1. TECHNOLOGY, THE MARITIME DISCOVERIES AND THE OVERSEAS EMPIRES / Chaiperson, A. Carneiro, F. Domingues, A. Simões. - Useful or True? Sea Charts as Tools in 16th Century Navigation / Alison Sandman. - The History of Ports / Tom Rallis. - The Technology of Portuguese Seafaring in the Fifteenth Century / Richard W. Unger. - The Naval Architecture Around the End of the 16th Century. Pedro López de Soto, Constructor in Lisbon / Maria Isabel Vicente Maroto. - Porgueste Engineering and the Colonial Project / Ana Carneiro; Maria Paula Diogo, Ana Simões. - Crossing Africa: The Railways of Angola and Mozambique as portrayed in the Revista de Obras Públicas e Minas (1869-1914) / Manuel Troca. - The Geographical Society of Lisbon and its African Expeditions (1875-1926) / José Verissimo. - Wilhelm Ludwig von Eschwege, a German Miner and Metallurgist in the Service of the Portuguese Crown in Portugal and Brazil from 1803 to 1850 / Friedrich Toussaint. - Technology Exchanges Between Spain and Overseas during the 16th Century / Javier Goicolea Zala; Ignacio González Tascón. - The Incidence of the Spanish Technique in the Discoverty of the American Continen / Nicolás García Tapia. SESSION 2. TECHNOLOGICAL IDENTITY, INDUSTRIALISATION AND PROFESSIONAL NETWORKS / Chairperon, R. A. Buchanan, M. P. Diogo, D. Gopuzévitch. - Issues of Technology Transfer frome Europe to Russia: a case study of the ural Metallurgy (19th the beginning of 20th centuries) / Eugene V. Logunov. - The Welding Techniques in the Shipbuilding Industry in France: continuum or Breaking, 1901-1939? / Anne-Catherine Robert.Hauglustaine. - Introduction of European Technologies and Institutional Development in Chemical Industries in Japan / Yuji Jido. - "Spin-Off" Patterns in the Nationalistaion of the Experimental Tank in Britain and Japan: Similarities and Differences in Prewar Period / Miwao Matsumoto. - Inventions in the Construction Field in the First Half of the XIX Century in Russia / Serguei Sniatkov, Semen Souponitski, Serguei Grigoriev. - From Trade to Industry: The Private Informative Networks of European Firms, Early Nineteenth Century / Michel Joseph Cotte. - Formation of new Engineering and its Transferring Process to Newly Developing Country / Genji Jimbo. - The Birth of a New Scientific Profession: Engineer-Researcher (France and Russia, 1790s-1840s) / Dmitri Gouzévitch. - Professional Engineering Network in Europe in the 1st Half of the 19th Century / Irina Gouzévitch. - Funicular versus Suspension-Railway: A Swiss Mountain-Railway-Technology in Conflict with a Foreign Competition, 1900-1940 / Wolfgang König. SESSION 3. TECHNOLOGY, SCIENCE AND ECONOMY / Chairperson, W. Weber. - Cargo Containerization and the Transformation of Maritime Shipping since 1956 / Arthur Donovan. - Architecture and Aluminium in France: an Economic and Technical Challenge / Florence Hachez Leroy. - Efforts on Raising the Thermal Efficiency of th Finnish Energy Economy / Timo Myllyntaus. - Patents and Cars Manufacture. Two Different Strategies: Renault and Citro~en / Pierre Lanard. - Czech Export of Railway Vehicles to South America and Portugal and its agents / Karel Zeithammer. - Historiography and Patents: Illumination and Equivocation Regarding the Origins of a Great 20th-century Invention / Katalin Tihanyi Glass. - "Great Schizm" in the World's Route Towards Global Universal Civilization, Caused by the Fact that Stalin has not been Guided by Experts in the History of Technology / Boleslaw Orlowski. - "Why Support Science?" Chemistry and Chemical Industry around 1900 / Anders Lundgren. - The Fischer-Tropsch Synthetic Fuel Process: European Roots and American Developments / Anthony N. Stranges. - The Impact of Antibiotics on Portuguese Pharmaceutical Industry / A. M. Nunes dos Santos, Isabel Amaral, Paulo Amaral. - The Portuguese Plastics Industry and the Politics of Industrial Development / Maria Elvira Calapes. - MARLY, Focussing Technology, Science and Economy in the late 17th Century / Wolfhard Weber. - The Socio-Technical Dynamics in Peripheral Countries-From Import's Substitutions to Commercial Laisez Faire (Argentine, 1970-1995) / Hernán Thomas, Renato Dagnino. - Where to go with our Daily Waste? (Controversies in a Decision-Making Process) / Rosana Horio Monteiro, Léa Velho, Marco Fabio Polli. SESSION 4. TECHNICAL TEACHING: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE / Chairperson, I. Gouzévitch. -La Réforme des Établisements Militaires en Russie (1762): L'Antécédent Historique ou les Leçons d'un Projet Avorté / Irina Gouzévitch. - The Technical University as a Socialist Factory / Gabor Pallo. - From de Academic Assesment of th Mechanical Arts to the Introduction of Machinery's Teaching in Catalonia (1767-1831) / Carles Puig-Pla. - L'Enseignement de la Mécanique Appliquée à L'Institut des Ingénierus des Voies de Communication de Saint-Pétersbourg: Réforme et Réformateurs (1re Moitié du XIX e. s.) / Dmitri Gouzevitch. - The Teaching of Inorganic and analytical Chemistry in the Lisbon Polytechnic School and in the Oporto Polytechnic Academy (1837-1890) / Vanda Maria Leitão. - Engineers and Lectures Notes / Takehiko Hashimoto. - Learning How to be an Engineer: Technical Teaching in Nineteenth Century Portugal / Maria Paula Diogo, Ana Cardoso de Matos. - The Pursuit of Prestige, Expertise and Excellence. Reforming Higher Technical Education to the University Level in the Nordic Countries Prior to 1939 / Timo Myllyntaus, Susanna Fellman. - Technical Education and Innovation in Estonia: Tendencies in Development in the 20th Century / Vahur Mägi. - Formation of the Engineers in the USSR (1918-1938) / Vladimir M. Oryol, Oksana Simonenko. - The Imbalance of Theory and Practice in American Engineering Education: Reforms and Changes, 1920-1980 / Bruce Seely. - Correspondence Education of Radio Engineering in Japan after World War II - A History of an Unofficial Training of Engineers/technicians / Yuzo Takahashi. - Between the Giand and the Nort Pole: Teaching the History of Canadian Technology / David Zimmerman. SESSION 5. TECHNOLOGY AND WORLD EXHIBITION / Chairperson, G. Ahlström. -Architecture for the Moment. Halls and Pavilions built for the World Fairs / Stefan Poser. - From Curiosity to High-Tech: Electricity on Exhibitions in the 19th Century / Sándor Jeszensky. - The Technological Development of th Portuguese Empire as Displayed at International and Colonial Exhibitions, from 1929 to 1939 / Ana Paula Lopes da Silva. - Norway at the Internationa Exhibitions 1851-1867 / Brita Brenna. - Technology and World Exhibitions Experienced by Danish Military Officers 1870-1900 / Margit Mogensen. - World Exhibitions and Science Museums 1867 / Eva Vamos. - Exhibiting Technology, the 1923 Jubilee Exhibition in Gothenburg / Anders Houltz. - The 1911 Turin International Exhibition. New Scenarios for Technology Transfer / Vittorio Marchis. - Artifacts Without Workers: The World Fairs as a Stage for Technological Evolutionism / Aristotle Tympas.SESSION 6. TECHNOLOGY AND THE APPLICATION OF GUNPOWDER IN A INTERNATIONAL CONTEXT / Chairperson, B. Buchanan. - Saltpetre: A. Commodity of Empire / Brenda J. Buchanan. - Two Portuguese Overseas Gunpowder Factories: Goa (India) and Rio de Janeiro (Brasil) / José Manuel de Mascarenhas. - Application of Gunpowder to War: a Truly International Context-The case of Sweden in the 17th century / Bengt Ashlund. - Six Thousand Centners of Saltpeter or 360 Thousand Barrels of Corn: Saltpeter in the Intesection of Military and Agricultural Interests in 18th Century Sweden / Thomas Kaiserfeld. - In defense of caste iron cannon / Bert Hall. - The smelting of iron cannons in Gipuzkoa in the 16 century / Ignacio M. Carrion Arregui. - Gunpowder and the Burgundian Artillery Train / Kelly Robert DeVries. - French Gunpowder Manufacturing in Cairo during Bonaparte's Expedition to Egypt (1798-1801): a case of Transfer of Technology? / Patrice Bret. - Gunpowder-the Diffusion of an International Technology / Wayne D. Cocroft. - The Use of Unorhodox British Technology in the Confederate Gunpowder Workks at Augusta, Georgia, C.S.A. 1862-1865; its Advantages and Disadvantages / W. S. Curtis. - Okthinskiy Powdermill in the Unpublished Drawings from the State Hermitage Collection / Maria B. Barabonova-Priamurskaya. - Gunpowder and its Applications in Ancient India / Asitesh Bhattacharya. - Theory and Practice on the Road from Black Powder to ANFO / Ian D. Rae. - Developing a Secure Future of Barcarena (Portugal), XVI-XXth Century / António de Carvalho Quintela, João Luis Cardoso, José Manuel de Mascarenhas. - Black Powder, Perceptions and Realities / Robert A. Howard. - Scientific Reasoning and Empirical Approach at the Time of the Eurpean Invention of the Smokeless Powder / René Amiable. - The Main Chemical Laboratory of Okthinskiy Powdermill is a Largest Research Centre of Powder Manufacturing in Russia (1850-1927) / Georgij G. Priamursky. SESSION 7. INSTRUMENT MAKING, SCIENCE AND POWDER / Chairperson, I. Malaquias. - Technology, Instrument-Making and Economic Power in the 18th Century: Portugal and the Brazilian Gold and Diamonds / Isabel Malaquias, M. Serrano Pinto. - The Contribute of Gago Goutinho to Air Navigation / António José Duarte Costa Canas. - Instruments and Scientific Culture during the Century of Enlightenment / Maria da Conceição Ruivo. - Scientific Technology versus Public Transport Technology: Scientific Aims at Stake in a Legal Action in Nice at the Beginning of the 20th Century / Françoise Le Guet Tully. - Mechanizing War, Reordering Society: Military Technology and Social Change 1850-1950 / Barton C. Hacker. - Scientific instruments in Greece, 18-19th centuries / George N. Vlahakis, Efthymios Nicolaidis. SESSION 8. HEGEMONY AND AGENCY: TECHNOLOGY AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF DOMINANCE / Chairperson, C. Pursell. - The Power of Rhetoric: Engineers and the Manipulation of Language / Bruce Sinclair. - Between the Needle and the Pen: Technology, Gender and Gentility in the Early American "Republic" / Catherine E. Kelly. - Civilizing the Frontier: Technology and American Indian Policy, 1790-1830 / Jeffrey Larrabee. - Perfectibility and the Practice of Reproductive Technology: Constructing and Resisting Dominance / Joan Rothschild. - Virtual Policy: Ideology and Technological Decisions / Gail Cooper. - American Technical Aid After World War II / Carroll Pursell. SESSION 9. COMPETITION AND COEIXISTENCE: THE HORSE AND THE AUTOMOBILE DURING THE FIRST DECADES OF MOTORISATION / Chairperson, G. Mom. - The Decline of the Working Horse in Paris / Ghislaine Bouchet. - The Taxicab as a Horse Supplanter / Gijs Mom. - The Displacement of the Horse by Mechanical Power in North American Cities / Joel Arthur Tarr, Clay McShane. - Historical Zoogeography of the Urban Horse in the U.S., 1860-1920 / Philip M. Teigen. - Motive Power and Labor Management Relations / Scott Molloy. - "Autos May Come and Autos May Go-But the Horse Wille Be With Us Forever": The Rock Hill Buggy Company and Changing Technology, 1900-1911 / Craig Pascoe. - Images of Women and Transportation Vehicles / Julie Wosk. SESSION 10. TECHNOLOGY AND NATURAL DISASTERS / chairperson, J. C. Williams. - German Peasants Between "Ordinary" and "Disastrous" Floodings-State and Society in 19th Century Prussia / Rita Gudermann. - Extinguishing Disaster in Alpine France / Tamara L. Whited. - Losing Louisiana: Hurricane Betsy and the Millenial Flood / Todd Shallat. - Earthquake Engineering and Tall Buildings / Stephen H. Cutcliffe. - Mediation of Disaster Through "New" Technology as a Rhetoric of Technological Autonomy / Michael Punt. - Mexico's Laguna Verde: Risks and Consequences of Nuclear Technology Transfer / Errol Jones. - Hazardous City: Flodding, Technology and Urban Ecology in Twentieth-Century Los Angeles / Jared Orsi. - Water Control and Disasters in Mexico City / Alfonso A. Sanchez. - Hard and Soft Technologies in the Venezuelan Campaigns against Malaria, 1936-1950 / Ana Teresa Gutiérrez, Hebe Vessuri. - Earthquake and the Culture of Prevention / James C. Williams. SESSION 11. TECHNOLOGY AND MUSIC / chairperson, P. Decroupet, E. Ungeheur. - Music goes Digital: History, Development and Future of Digitalising Music / Bernd Schabbing. - Technological Musical Artifacts / Gerhard Eckel. - Presentation of the Proto-Type of CD-ROM Essay / Elena Ungeheuer. - Acoustical Knowledge and Musical Imagination in the Instrumental Compositions of Edgard Varèse / Pascal Decroupet. - Leo S. Termen: a Dramatic Fate of the Inventor of Electronic Musical Instruments / Vassili P. Borissov. - The Origins and Rise of the Classical Alloys of Bells / Tatyana Shashkina. SESSION 12. SPECIAL TOPICS / chairperson, A. Herlea, A. M. Nunes dos Santos. - How does Information Technology affect the concept of Technology / Manuel da Costa Leite. - "Of the Beautiful and the Useful": Technology and Classicism in the First German Journal for Architecture and Engineering / Andreas Kahlow. - The Western Influence on the Concept and Technology of Japanese Garden Architecture, 1870-1940 / Tatsuya Kobayashi. - The Research of the Representative Types of Moára (the Mill) which were in Function until cca. 1 000 a J.C.H. in some Areas of the Carpathean-Danubean-Pontean Space. Some Relevant Technical-Technological, Historical, Etnological, Philosophical, Ecological, Museological Aspects / Liviu Sofonea. - The Complexity of the Concept Moarain the Civilization & Culture of the Carpathean-Danubean-Pontean Space (from pre-History until cca. 1800) / Liviu Sofonea. - Water Supply to Lisbon. An Approach to the History of Technology in Public Services / Raul Manuel Fontes Vital. - Nieuports and Spads: French Pursuit Planes and American Airpower in World War I. / Bert L. Frandsen, W. David Lewis.


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