restricted access   Volume 41, Number 1, January 2000

Table of Contents

From: Technology and Culture

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In This Issue

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Articles

Peasants into Pilots: Soviet Air-Mindedness as an Ideology of Dominance

pp. 1-26
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Crossing the Interface from R&D to Operational Use: The Case of the European Meteorological Satellite

pp. 27-50
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"The Bus Is Young and Honest": Transportation Politics, Technical Choice, and the Motorization of Manhattan Surface Transit, 1919-1936

pp. 51-79
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Research Note

The Evolution and Acceptance of the Loose-leaf Accounting System, 1885-1935

pp. 80-98
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Essay Review

The Arts of the Motorcycle: Biology, Culture, and Aesthetics in Technological Choice

pp. 99-115
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Book Reviews

Progress: Fact or Illusion? (review)

pp. 116-117
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Accidents in History: Injuries, Fatalities, and Social Relations (review)

pp. 117-120
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The Machine in Me: An Anthropologist Sits among Computer Engineers (review)

pp. 120-121
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Everyday Things in Premodern Japan: The Hidden Legacy of Material Culture (review)

pp. 122-123
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Technological Innovation: Oversights and Foresights (review)

pp. 124-125
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Antonio Meucci: L'Inventore e il suo tempo (review)

pp. 125-126
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Traces of the Past: Unraveling the Secrets of Archaeology Through Chemistry (review)

pp. 127-128
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Seagoing Ships and Seamanship in the Bronze Age Levant (review)

pp. 129-130
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A History of Greek Fire and Gunpowder (review)

pp. 131-132
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L'Outil (review)

pp. 132-134
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Women in Chemistry: Their Changing Roles from Alchemical Times to the Mid-Twentieth Century (review)

pp. 134-136
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The Making of the Chemist: The Social History of Chemistry in Europe, 1789-1914 (review)

pp. 136-138
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Copper for America: The United States Copper Industry from Colonial Times to the 1990s (review)

pp. 138-139
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The American Manufactory: Art, Labor, and the World of Things in the Early Republic (review)

pp. 140-141
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Endless Novelty: Specialty Production and American Industrialization, 1865-1925 (review)

pp. 141-143
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Cotton, Fire, and Dreams: The Robert Findlay Iron Works and Heavy Industry in Macon, Georgia, 1839-1912 (review)

pp. 143-145
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Made to Play House: Dolls and the Commercialization of American Girlhood, 1830-1930 (review)

pp. 145-147
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Curtiss-Wright: Greatness and Decline (review)

pp. 147-149
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Sugar and Railroads: A Cuban History, 1837-1959 (review)

pp. 149-151
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Building the Empire State (review)

pp. 151-152
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Coordinating Technology: Studies in the International Standardization of Telecommunications (review)

pp. 153-154
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Histoire du Service de la production thermique d'Electricite de France. Vol. 1, 1946-1973 (review)

pp. 154-156
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Licensed to Kill?: The Nuclear Regulatory Commission and the Shoreham Power Plant (review)

pp. 156-158
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Target Hiroshima: Deak Parsons and the Creation of the Atomic Bomb, and: Fallout: A Historian Reflects on America's Half-Century Encounter with Nuclear Weapons (review)

pp. 158-161
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American Science in an Age of Anxiety: Scientists, Anticommunism, and the Cold War (review)

pp. 161-162
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Fundable Knowledge: The Marketing of Defense Technology (review)

pp. 162-164
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Engineering Ethics: Balancing Cost, Schedule, and Risk--Lessons Learned from the Space Shuttle (review)

pp. 164-166
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Spaceflight Revolution: NASA Langley Research Center from Sputnik to Apollo (review)

pp. 166-168
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Space and the American Imagination (review)

pp. 168-170
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Children of Ezekiel: Aliens, UFOs, the Crisis of Race, and the Advent of End Time (review)

pp. 170-172
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Turing's Legacy: A History of Computing at the National Physical Laboratory, 1945-1995 (review)

pp. 172-174
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Artificial Knowing: Gender and the Thinking Machine (review)

pp. 174-175
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Public Health and Social Justice in the Age of Chadwick (review)

pp. 176-177
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Differences in Medicine: Unraveling Practices, Techniques, and Bodies (review)

pp. 178-179
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Changing Life: Genomes, Ecologies, Bodies, Commodities (review)

pp. 179-181
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Getting and Spending: European and American Consumer Societies in the Twentieth Century (review)

pp. 181-183
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Memorial

Donald Cardwell (1919-1998)

pp. 184-186
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Communication

Communication

pp. 187-189
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Comment

Technology as Addiction

pp. 190-193
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