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Technology and government

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Article Ritwick Ghosh (2024)
Data-driven governance and performances of accountability: critical reflections from US agri-environmental policy. Science as Culture (pp. 70-96). (/isis/citation/CBB236896152/) unapi

Article Fredy Mora-Gámez (2023)
The official record of victims as a bordering technology: Knowledge and (in)visibilities in post-conflict Colombia. Science as Culture (pp. 344-362). (/isis/citation/CBB371997708/) unapi

Article Nina Amelung; Vasilis Galis (2023)
Border control technologies: Introduction. Science as Culture (pp. 323-343). (/isis/citation/CBB332203986/) unapi

Article Silvan Pollozek; Jan-Hendrik Passoth (2023)
Provisional by design: Frontex data infrastructures and the Europeanization of migration and border control. Science as Culture (pp. 411-434). (/isis/citation/CBB906319443/) unapi

Book Dr Aashique Ahmed Iqbal (2023)
The Aeroplane and the Making of Modern India. (/isis/citation/CBB547914611/) unapi

Book Jonathan Stafford (2023)
Imperial steam: Modernity on the sea route to India, 1837-74. (/isis/citation/CBB512829665/) unapi

Article Laureen Kuo (2023)
The Search for Independence: Planning for France's Information Technology Autonomy, 1958–66. Technology and Culture (pp. 485-514). (/isis/citation/CBB420064960/) unapi

Article Hugo Silveira Pereira (2023)
The Camera and the Railway: Framing the Portuguese Empire and Technological Landscapes in Angola and Mozambique, 1880s–1910s. Technology and Culture (pp. 737-759). (/isis/citation/CBB732384908/) unapi

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Actor Network Theory and Sensing Governance: From Causation to Correlation. Perspectives on Science (pp. 139-158). (/isis/citation/CBB134032488/) unapi

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Out of Line, Out of Place: A Global and Local History of World War I Internments. (/isis/citation/CBB766502521/) unapi

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Engineering the public-use reinforced concrete buildings of Ankara during the Early Republic of Turkey, 1923–1938. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (p. 100832). (/isis/citation/CBB806004295/) unapi

Book Tomáš Nigrin (2022)
The Rise and Decline of Communist Czechoslovakia's Railway Sector. (/isis/citation/CBB561806975/) unapi

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The Paradox of Democracy: Free Speech, Open Media, and Perilous Persuasion. (/isis/citation/CBB829331234/) unapi

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Powering American Farms: The Overlooked Origins of Rural Electrification. (/isis/citation/CBB557771102/) unapi

Book Ana Muñiz (2022)
Borderland Circuitry: Immigration Surveillance in the United States and Beyond. (/isis/citation/CBB304288480/) unapi

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Development of a futuristic technology programme: How the aerospace industry (almost) transformed ground transportation in the United States (1960–1972). The Journal of Transport History (pp. 82-106). (/isis/citation/CBB455761168/) unapi

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Computing views, remodeling environments. Social Studies of Science (pp. 227-252). (/isis/citation/CBB726932342/) unapi

Book Roberto J. González (2022)
War Virtually: The Quest to Automate Conflict, Militarize Data, and Predict the Future. (/isis/citation/CBB827413331/) unapi

Book Brian Hochman (2022)
The Listeners: A History of Wiretapping in the United States. (/isis/citation/CBB775086796/) unapi

Book Daniel Jordan Smith (2022)
Every Household Its Own Government: Improvised Infrastructure, Entrepreneurial Citizens, and the State in Nigeria. (/isis/citation/CBB663829322/) unapi


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