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Article Kira Jürjens (March 2021)
Ein weiteres Kleid – Zur Wissensgeschichte häuslich-textiler Umgebungen im 19. Jahrhundert (A More Ample Garment—Domestic Textiles and Environmental Knowledge in the Nineteenth Century). NTM: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Naturwissenschaften, Technik und Medizin (pp. 11-43). (/isis/citation/CBB851564484/) unapi

Article Mette Simonsen Abildgaard; Lee Humphreys (July 2020)
Landline Natives: Telephone Practices since the 1950s as Innovation. Technology and Culture (pp. 923-947). (/isis/citation/CBB656803681/) unapi

Article Kristina Milanovic (March 2020)
Smart Home Security: How Safe is Your Data?. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (pp. 26-29). (/isis/citation/CBB341237675/) unapi

Article Fenster, Julie M. (2020)
Josephine Cochrane, Inventor of the Dishwasher. American Heritage of Invention and Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB150167539/) unapi

Article Amy Sue Bix (2020)
‘Remember the Sabbath’: a history of technological decisions and innovation in Orthodox Jewish communities. History and Technology (pp. 205-239). (/isis/citation/CBB800835155/) unapi

Book Thomas C. Hubka (2020)
How the working-class home became modern, 1900-1940. (/isis/citation/CBB224994545/) unapi

Article Peter Scott (Summer 2019)
Rethinking Business Models in the Great Depression: The Failure of America's Vacuum Cleaner Industry. Business History Review (pp. 319-348). (/isis/citation/CBB780314457/) unapi

Article Patton, Elizabeth (April 2019)
Where Does Work Belong? Home-Based Work and Communication Technology within the American Middle-Class Postwar Home. Technology and Culture (pp. 523-552). (/isis/citation/CBB146314393/) unapi

Book Imma Forino (2019)
La cucina: Storia culturale di un luogo domestico. (/isis/citation/CBB210026777/) unapi

Chapter Joanna Behrman (2018)
Domesticating Physics: Introductory Physics Textbooks for Women in Home Economics in the United States, 1914–1955. (/isis/citation/CBB544745328/) unapi

Article Vijay Sivaraman; Hassan Habibi Gharakheili; Clinton Fernandes; et al. (June 2018)
Smart IoT Devices in the Home: Security and Privacy Implications. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (pp. 71-79). (/isis/citation/CBB353680957/) unapi

Article Penner, Barbara (January 2018)
The Cornell Kitchen: Housing and Design Research in Postwar America. Technology and Culture (pp. 48-94). (/isis/citation/CBB727529048/) unapi

Article Sławomir Łotysz (2018)
Hot Commodity: Designing, Making and Selling Electric Irons in post-war Poland. Icon: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology (pp. 150-184). (/isis/citation/CBB046055033/) unapi

Book Peavitt, Helen (2017)
Refrigerator: The story of cool in the kitchen. (/isis/citation/CBB573537153/) unapi

Book Marilyn Palmer; Ian West (2016)
Technology in the Country House. (/isis/citation/CBB616024213/) unapi

Book Amy G. Richter (2015)
At Home in Nineteenth-Century America: A Documentary History. (/isis/citation/CBB252396639/) unapi

Article Trapeznik, Alexander (2014)
The Manufacturing Process of Samovar Production in Tula. International Journal for the History of Engineering and Technology (pp. 274-293). (/isis/citation/CBB001421789/) unapi

Article Canepari, Eleonora (2014)
Cohabitations, Household Structures, and Gender Identities in Seventeenth-Century Rome. I Tatti Studies: Essays in the Renaissance (pp. 131-154). (/isis/citation/CBB001451651/) unapi

Article Mock, Michelle (2014)
The Electric Home and Farm Authority, “Model T Appliances,“ and the Modernization of the Home Kitchen in the South. Journal of Southern History (pp. 73-108). (/isis/citation/CBB001450309/) unapi

Article Keene, Melanie (2013)
Subscribed Content from Candles to Cabinets: “Familiar Chemistry” in Early Victorian Britain. Ambix: Journal of the Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry (pp. 54-77). (/isis/citation/CBB001252608/) unapi

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