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Lighting, electric

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Article Harold D. Jr. Wallace (October 2021)
Inventing in a Crisis: Lighting the United States after the 1973 Oil Embargo. Technology and Culture (pp. 1143-1171). (/isis/citation/CBB086280719/) unapi

Article Hanna Vikström (July 2020)
Producing Electric Light: How Resource Scarcity Affected Light Bulbs, 1880–1914. Technology and Culture (pp. 901-922). (/isis/citation/CBB276762071/) unapi

Article ZAPICO, DANIEL PÉREZ (May 2020)
Aesthetics and the political apropriation of the electric light. Technology's Stories. (/isis/citation/CBB137990386/) unapi

Article Moore, Abigail Harrison (May 2020)
Electric Lighting: The Housewive's Moral Challenge. Technology's Stories. (/isis/citation/CBB027780321/) unapi

Article Joel A. Tarr (2020)
Illuminating the Streets, Alleys, Parks and Suburbs of the American City: Non-Networked Technologies, 1870-1920. History and Technology (pp. 105-128). (/isis/citation/CBB234646411/) unapi

Book Hollis Clayson (2019)
Illuminated Paris: Essays on Art and Lighting in the Belle Époque. (/isis/citation/CBB834082397/) unapi

Book David E. Nye (2018)
American Illuminations: Urban Lighting, 1800-1920. (/isis/citation/CBB841912574/) unapi

Book Sandy Isenstadt (2018)
Electric Light: an architectural history. (/isis/citation/CBB448492949/) unapi

Article Tiago Saraiva; Ana Cardoso de Matos (April 2017)
Technological Nocturne: The Lisbon Industrial Institute and Romantic Engineering (1849–1888). Technology and Culture (pp. 422-458). (/isis/citation/CBB445246378/) unapi

Article Stephen Courtney (2017)
‘A Very Diadem of Light’: Exhibitions in Victorian London, the Parliamentary Light and the Shaping of the Trinity House Lighthouses. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 249-265). (/isis/citation/CBB593913941/) unapi

Article Henry Nelles (2014)
Light Switch: Towards a History of the Second Enlightenment. Scientia Canadensis: Journal of the History of Canadian Science, Technology, and Medicine (pp. 11-33). (/isis/citation/CBB226283822/) unapi

Book Arapostathis, Stathis; Gooday, Gaeme (2013)
Patently Contestable: Electrical Technologies and Inventor Identities on Trial in Britain. (/isis/citation/CBB001500374/) unapi

Article Katzir, Shaul (2013)
Scientific Practice for Technology: Hermann Aron's Development of the Storage Battery. History of Science (pp. 481-500). (/isis/citation/CBB001420236/) unapi

Article Saes, Alexandre Macchione (2013)
Modernizing Electric Utilities in Brazil: National vs. Foreign Capital, 1889--1930. Business History Review (p. 229). (/isis/citation/CBB001320954/) unapi

Book Freeberg, Ernest (2013)
The Age of Edison: Electric Light and the Invention of Modern America. (/isis/citation/CBB001213228/) unapi

Article Bickers, Robert (2013)
Infrastructural Globalization: Lighting the China Coast, 1860s--1930s. Historical Journal (pp. 431-458). (/isis/citation/CBB001212667/) unapi

Chapter Gooday, Graeme (2011)
Electricity and the Sociable Circulation of Fear and Fearlessness. In: Geographies of Nineteenth-Century Science (p. 203). (/isis/citation/CBB001231561/) unapi

Article Ring, Malvin E. (Fall 2010)
Tungsten Lightbulb. American Heritage of Invention and Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB248675838/) unapi

Essay Review Otter, Chris (2010)
Author Response: Between Liberty and Discipline. History and Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB001567122/) unapi

Essay Review Hård, Mikael (2010)
The Victorian Eye and Its Blind Spot: Toward a Cultural Assessment of Technology. History and Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB001567121/) unapi

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