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History and Technology

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Article John Cropper (2023)
”The sparrow loves millet, but labors not”: Energy use and infrastructure in the Senegal Valley, 1450-1760. History and Technology (pp. 42-64). (/isis/citation/CBB700387617/) unapi

Article Jenny Bulstrode (2023)
Black metallurgists and the making of the industrial revolution. History and Technology (pp. 1-41). (/isis/citation/CBB279402058/) unapi

Article Mark Paterson (2023)
Fatigue as a physiological problem: Experiments in the observation and quantification of movement and industrial labor, 1873-1947. History and Technology (pp. 65-90). (/isis/citation/CBB322577243/) unapi

Article Daniel Pérez-Zapico (2023)
Electrical futures for a regenerated Spain: Electricity, engineering and national reconstruction after the 1898 ‘Disaster’. History and Technology (pp. 91-125). (/isis/citation/CBB556215442/) unapi

Article Facundo Picabea (2022)
Aircraft without wings: local design and serial production of utilitarian vehicles in Argentina (1952-1955). History and Technology (pp. 344-365). (/isis/citation/CBB126038070/) unapi

Essay Review Francesca Bray; Barbara Hahn (2022)
‘The Goddess Technology is a polyglot’: a critical review of Eric Schatzberg, Technology: critical history of a concept. History and Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB292212003/) unapi

Article Karl Bruno (2022)
Use and users of artificial insemination in Swedish dairy cattle breeding, 1935–1955. History and Technology (pp. 317-343). (/isis/citation/CBB532688474/) unapi

Article Jung Lee (2022)
Making waste one’s own: transformations in production by resting paper, or hyuji, in Chosŏn Korea. History and Technology (pp. 186-204). (/isis/citation/CBB428381181/) unapi

Article Yulia Frumer (2022)
Manufacturing hands: robot fingers and human labour in post-war Japan. History and Technology (pp. 239-256). (/isis/citation/CBB419061742/) unapi

Article Aleksandra Kobiljski; Sarah Teasley (2022)
Making raw materials: innovation and imported technology in Meiji Japan. History and Technology (pp. 126-143). (/isis/citation/CBB073057375/) unapi

Article Arunabh Ghosh (2022)
Multiple makings at China’s first hydroelectric power station at Shilongba, 1908–1912. History and Technology (pp. 167-185). (/isis/citation/CBB676652903/) unapi

Article Victor Seow; Dagmar Schäfer (2022)
Making history: technologies of production and the estate of knowledge in East Asia. History and Technology (pp. 107-125). (/isis/citation/CBB045541463/) unapi

Article Victor Seow (2022)
Psychology as technology: industrial psychology for an industrializing China. History and Technology (pp. 257-273). (/isis/citation/CBB596737347/) unapi

Article Hyungsub Choi (2022)
Before localization: the story of the electric rice cooker in South Korea. History and Technology (pp. 205-221). (/isis/citation/CBB705980094/) unapi

Article Kaijun Chen (2022)
Imperial models: technology and design in state-controlled porcelain manufacture in early modern China. History and Technology (pp. 222-238). (/isis/citation/CBB244870132/) unapi

Article Hyeok Hweon Kang (2022)
Reverse engineering as history and method: The Portuguese espingarda in Chosŏn Korea. History and Technology (pp. 144-166). (/isis/citation/CBB836104199/) unapi

Article Esther M. Sánchez Sánchez (2022)
The training in France of Spanish nuclear personnel, c. 1950s–1990s. History and Technology (pp. 3-30). (/isis/citation/CBB262772415/) unapi

Article Sabine Clarke; Thomas Lean (2022)
Turning DDT into ‘Didimac’: Making insecticide products and consumers in British farming after 1945. History and Technology (pp. 31-61). (/isis/citation/CBB370641678/) unapi

Article Chihyung Jeon; Scott Gabriel Knowles; Sang-Eun Park (2022)
Disaster (continued): Sewol Ferry investigations, state violence, and political history in South Korea. History and Technology (pp. 84-106). (/isis/citation/CBB681492471/) unapi

Article Priya Mirza (2022)
‘Sovereignty of the air’: The Indian princely states, the British Empire and carving out of air-space (1911–1933). History and Technology (pp. 62-83). (/isis/citation/CBB391441254/) unapi


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