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History and Technology

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Article Alice Shackelford Clifton-Morekis (2021)
Front-line Fowl: Messenger Pigeons as Communications Technology in the U.S. Army. History and Technology (pp. 203-246). (/isis/citation/CBB716948605/) unapi

Article Dennis Pohl (2021)
Uranium exposed at Expo 58: the colonial agenda behind the peaceful atom. History and Technology (pp. 172-202). (/isis/citation/CBB074770675/) unapi

Article Elizabeth Ann Fretwell (2021)
The tools of tailoring as technologies-in-use in twentieth century Benin, West Africa. History and Technology (pp. 147-171). (/isis/citation/CBB870797031/) unapi

Article Thomas Turnbull (2021)
Energy, history, and the humanities: against a new determinism. History and Technology (pp. 247-292). (/isis/citation/CBB868406334/) unapi

Article Fintan Hoey (2021)
The ‘conceit of controllability’: nuclear diplomacy, Japan’s plutonium reprocessing ambitions and US proliferation fears, 1974-1978. History and Technology (pp. 44-66). (/isis/citation/CBB905594274/) unapi

Article John Krige; Sabina Leonelli (2021)
Mobilizing the Transnational History of Knowledge Flows. COVID-19 and the Politics of Research at the Borders. History and Technology (pp. 125-146). (/isis/citation/CBB670644303/) unapi

Article Gisela Mateos; Edna Suárez-Díaz (2021)
Atomic ambassadors: the IAEA’s first Preliminary Assistance Mission (1958). History and Technology (pp. 90-105). (/isis/citation/CBB489453603/) unapi

Article Gabriella Ivacs (2021)
From paper files to terabytes: the evolution of IAEA documentation in the nuclear age. History and Technology (pp. 21-24). (/isis/citation/CBB434171598/) unapi

Article Kenji Ito; Maria Rentetzi (2021)
The co-production of nuclear science and diplomacy: towards a transnational understanding of nuclear things. History and Technology (pp. 4-20). (/isis/citation/CBB708080714/) unapi

Article Kenji Ito (2021)
Three tons of uranium from the International Atomic Energy Agency: diplomacy over nuclear fuel for the Japan Research Reactor-3 at the Board of Governors’ meetings, 1958–1959. History and Technology (pp. 67-89). (/isis/citation/CBB419739482/) unapi

Article Anna Åberg (2021)
The ways and means of ITER: reciprocity and compromise in fusion science diplomacy. History and Technology (pp. 106-124). (/isis/citation/CBB939618691/) unapi

Article Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis; Maria Rentetzi (2021)
From lobbyists to backstage diplomats: how insurers in the field of third party liability shaped nuclear diplomacy. History and Technology (pp. 25-43). (/isis/citation/CBB957001662/) unapi

Article Jacob Darwin Hamblin (2020)
Aligning missions: nuclear technical assistance, the IAEA, and national ambitions in Pakistan. History and Technology (pp. 437-451). (/isis/citation/CBB311889554/) unapi

Article Dora Vargha (2020)
Technical assistance and socialist international health: Hungary, the WHO and the Korean War. History and Technology (pp. 400-417). (/isis/citation/CBB378182924/) unapi

Article John P. DiMoia (2020)
Reconfiguring transport infrastructure in post-war Asia: mapping South Korean container ports, 1952–1978. History and Technology (pp. 382-399). (/isis/citation/CBB718222781/) unapi

Article Gisela Mateos; Edna Suárez-Díaz (2020)
Development interventions: science, technology and technical assistance. History and Technology (pp. 293-309). (/isis/citation/CBB376902748/) unapi

Article Gisela Mateos; Edna Suárez-Díaz (2020)
Creating the need in Mexico: the IAEA’s technical assistance programs for less developed countries (1958-68). History and Technology (pp. 418-436). (/isis/citation/CBB486458390/) unapi

Article Hiromi Mizuno (2020)
Mutant rice and agricultural modernization in Asia. History and Technology (pp. 360-381). (/isis/citation/CBB249363163/) unapi

Article Jessica Wang (2020)
Agricultural expertise, race, and economic development: small producer ideology and settler colonialism in the Territory of Hawaiʻi, 1900–1917. History and Technology (pp. 310-336). (/isis/citation/CBB245206254/) unapi

Article Asif A. Siddiqi (2020)
Whose India? SITE and the origins of satellite television in India. History and Technology (pp. 452-474). (/isis/citation/CBB468867650/) unapi


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