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SHOT : a book of abstracts of papers presented at the 1992 annual meeting of the Society for the History of Technology

por Society for the History of Technology. Meeting

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Editor: Suecia : Shot, 1992
Descripción Física: 204 p. : il.; 23 cm
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41/15 773 Libros modernos desde 1900
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MONDAY 09:00-12:00: - SESSIONS: 1. Communication between Learned and Practical People in Early Moderne Europe. - 2. Co-operation and Technology in the Countryside. - 3. A Steel Phoenix-Car Technology and Social Transformation in a Comparative View. - 4. Biology and Industrialisation. - 5. The Factory: Idea and Design. - 6. National and International Influences on High Technology Development in the 20th Century. MONDAY 14:00-17:00: - 7. Inside Aviation. - 8. Theory, Model and Description. - 9. International Perspectives on Modernization: Franco-American-Dutch Connections. - 10. Conflict and Consensus in the Development of Hydroelectric Power: Comparative National Perspectives. - 11. Work in Progress. -12. Comparative Engineering Practises, 1880-1920. TUESDAY 09:00-11:30. - 13. Mining Practise on Three Periferies. - 14. Rhetorical Construction of the Social Presence of Technology. - 15. Technological Learning. - 16. International Cooperation, Competition, and Comparision in Construction. - 17. European Roots of The American system of Manufacturing. - 18. International Perspective on Industrial Research and Development. TUESDAY 13:00-15:30: - 19. Adaptation and Strategy. - 20. Technology and Professional Cultures. - 21. Political Construction of Technology. - 22. Moving Machinery. - 23. Cooperation and Competition: Allied Scientific adn Technical Relations, 1939-1945. TUESDAY 16:00-18:30: - 24. Technology and Colonisation. - 25. Artisanal Tradition and Technological Transformation in Nineteenth Century America: Urban and Rural Perspectives. - 26. Legitimizing High-tech. - 27. Early Railroad Technology and Design: Comparative Views. - 28. Making Video: An Evaluation of the Smithsonian Experience. WEDNESDAY 09:00-12:00: - 29. Representation and Design in Early Modern Naval Architecture. - 30. Social Acceptance of High Risk Technology. - 31. The Transfer and Adaption of Ameriacn Offshore Technology to the Environment of the North Sea. - 32. The Display Value of Large Scale Technologies. - 33. Flexible Production, Industrial Destricts and the History of Technology. - 34. More Use for Old Things: Museum Collections and Research in the History of Technology. WEDNESDAY 14:00-17:00. - 35. Industrial Forestry in the Twentieth Century: Some Cross-Cultural Comparisions. - 36. Internal Combustion: Mainstream and Alternative Trajectories Throught the 20th Century. - 37. Risking the Atom: International Perspectives on Nuclear Technology. - 38. Institutions, Power and Technology. - 39. The Industrial Revolution Revisited: Gender in the Long Life of Artisanal Industry.

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MONDAY 09:00-12:00: - SESSIONS: 1. Communication between Learned and Practical People in Early Moderne Europe. - 2. Co-operation and Technology in the Countryside. - 3. A Steel Phoenix-Car Technology and Social Transformation in a Comparative View. - 4. Biology and Industrialisation. - 5. The Factory: Idea and Design. - 6. National and International Influences on High Technology Development in the 20th Century. MONDAY 14:00-17:00: - 7. Inside Aviation. - 8. Theory, Model and Description. - 9. International Perspectives on Modernization: Franco-American-Dutch Connections. - 10. Conflict and Consensus in the Development of Hydroelectric Power: Comparative National Perspectives. - 11. Work in Progress. -12. Comparative Engineering Practises, 1880-1920. TUESDAY 09:00-11:30. - 13. Mining Practise on Three Periferies. - 14. Rhetorical Construction of the Social Presence of Technology. - 15. Technological Learning. - 16. International Cooperation, Competition, and Comparision in Construction. - 17. European Roots of The American system of Manufacturing. - 18. International Perspective on Industrial Research and Development. TUESDAY 13:00-15:30: - 19. Adaptation and Strategy. - 20. Technology and Professional Cultures. - 21. Political Construction of Technology. - 22. Moving Machinery. - 23. Cooperation and Competition: Allied Scientific adn Technical Relations, 1939-1945. TUESDAY 16:00-18:30: - 24. Technology and Colonisation. - 25. Artisanal Tradition and Technological Transformation in Nineteenth Century America: Urban and Rural Perspectives. - 26. Legitimizing High-tech. - 27. Early Railroad Technology and Design: Comparative Views. - 28. Making Video: An Evaluation of the Smithsonian Experience. WEDNESDAY 09:00-12:00: - 29. Representation and Design in Early Modern Naval Architecture. - 30. Social Acceptance of High Risk Technology. - 31. The Transfer and Adaption of Ameriacn Offshore Technology to the Environment of the North Sea. - 32. The Display Value of Large Scale Technologies. - 33. Flexible Production, Industrial Destricts and the History of Technology. - 34. More Use for Old Things: Museum Collections and Research in the History of Technology. WEDNESDAY 14:00-17:00. - 35. Industrial Forestry in the Twentieth Century: Some Cross-Cultural Comparisions. - 36. Internal Combustion: Mainstream and Alternative Trajectories Throught the 20th Century. - 37. Risking the Atom: International Perspectives on Nuclear Technology. - 38. Institutions, Power and Technology. - 39. The Industrial Revolution Revisited: Gender in the Long Life of Artisanal Industry.

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