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Article Kira Lussier (April-June 2021)
From Papers to Programs: Courts, Corporations, Clinics, and the Battle Over Computerized Psychological Testing. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 30-41). (/isis/citation/CBB491166447/) unapi

Article James W. Cortada (January-March 2021)
From Lapel Pins to Coffee Cups: Links Between Corporate and Material Culture, Lessons From IBM. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 74-88). (/isis/citation/CBB400540115/) unapi

Article Devin Kennedy; Gerardo Con Diaz (April-June 2021)
Computing Capitalisms—Part 2. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 5-5). (/isis/citation/CBB378297576/) unapi

Article Shunryu Colin Garvey (January-March 2021)
The “General Problem Solver” Does Not Exist: Mortimer Taube and the Art of AI Criticism. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 60-73). (/isis/citation/CBB628101227/) unapi

Article Guy C. Fedorkow (January-March 2021)
Recovering Software for the Whirlwind Computer. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 38-59). (/isis/citation/CBB869829437/) unapi

Article Janet Toland (April-June 2021)
Consortium Computing and Time Slicing in the Banking Sector: Databank Systems Ltd New Zealand. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 18-29). (/isis/citation/CBB565212269/) unapi

Article James W. Cortada (April-June 2021)
Preserving the Past by Industry Participants. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 42-44). (/isis/citation/CBB451216991/) unapi

Article Brian Coghlan; Brian Randell; Paul Hockie; et al. (January-March 2021)
Investigating the Work and Life of Percy Ludgate. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 19-37). (/isis/citation/CBB317837515/) unapi

Article Raúl Rojas (January-March 2021)
The Computer Programs of Charles Babbage. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 6-18). (/isis/citation/CBB256735074/) unapi

Article Jerome H. Saltzer (January-March 2021)
On the Origin of Kerberos. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 89-91). (/isis/citation/CBB051933073/) unapi

Article Burton Grad (January- March 2021)
Collecting Computing History is Everyone's Job. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 97-98). (/isis/citation/CBB692088588/) unapi

Article Jeff Nagy (January 2021)
Pink Chat: Networked Sex Work before the Internet. Technology and Culture (pp. 57-81). (/isis/citation/CBB248069281/) unapi

Article Theodora Vardouli; David Theodore (April-June 2021)
Walking Instead of Working: Space Allocation, Automatic Architecture, and the Abstraction of Hospital Labor. IEEE Annals of the History of Computing (pp. 6-17). (/isis/citation/CBB134939420/) unapi

Book Luc Olivier; E Marshall Wilder (2020)
The microchip revolution: A brief history. (/isis/citation/CBB701316898/) unapi

Article Janet Abbate (October 2018)
Code Switch: Alternative Visions of Computer Expertise as Empowerment from the 1960s to the 2010s. Technology and Culture (pp. 134-159). (/isis/citation/CBB903684763/) unapi

Article Thomas S. Mullaney (October 2018)
Shift CTRL. Computing and New Media as Global, Cultural, Sociopolitical, and Ecological. Technology and Culture (pp. 1-6). (/isis/citation/CBB273588880/) unapi

Article Honghong Tinn (October 2018)
Modeling Computers and Computer Models: Manufacturing Economic-Planning Projects in Cold War Taiwan, 1959–1968. Technology and Culture (pp. 66-99). (/isis/citation/CBB062296277/) unapi

Article Fred Turner (October 2018)
Millenarian Tinkering: The Puritan Roots of the Maker Movement. Technology and Culture (pp. 160-182). (/isis/citation/CBB522459124/) unapi

Article Nathan Ensmenger (October 2018)
The Environmental History of Computing. Technology and Culture (pp. 7-33). (/isis/citation/CBB959146795/) unapi

Article Eden Medina (October 2018)
Forensic Identification in the Aftermath of Human Rights Crimes in Chile: A Decentered Computer History. Technology and Culture (pp. 100-133). (/isis/citation/CBB981998043/) unapi

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