Volume 55, Number 4, October 2014

Table of Contents

Essays

Learning from Disaster?: The History of Technology and the Future of Disaster Research

pp. 773-784
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Articles

Translating Time: Habits of Western-Style Timekeeping in Late Edo Japan

pp. 785-820
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Mining Engineers and Fraud in the U.S.–Mexico Borderlands, 1860–1910

pp. 821-849
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Technology and Learning: Automating Odd-Lot Trading at the New York Stock Exchange, 1958–1976

pp. 850-879
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In the Shadow of ARPANET and Internet: Louis Pouzin and the Cyclades Network in the 1970s

pp. 880-907
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How Astronomers Digitized the Sky

pp. 908-944
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Remembering Thomas Hughes

From Order to Messy Complexity: Thoughts on the Intellectual Journey of Thomas Parke Hughes

pp. 945-952
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Tom Hughes—International Scholar

pp. 953-957
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Reflections on Tom Hughes

pp. 958-963
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On the Importance of the Visual … and of Mentoring

pp. 964-969
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Notes for Tom Hughes’s Funeral Homily: University of Virginia Chapel, 6 April 2014

pp. 970-972
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Exhibit Review

Sultans of Science: An Opportunity Lost

pp. 973-987
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Essay Review

Exploring the Heavens: Space Technology and Religious Implications

pp. 988-994
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Book Reviews

Ethics in Technology: A Philosophical Study by Topi Heikkerö (review)

pp. 995-996
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Thirst: Water and Power in the Ancient World by Steven Mithen (review)

pp. 997-998
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Imagined Civilizations: China, the West, and Their First Encounters by Roger Hart (review)

pp. 998-1000
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Saltpeter: The Mother of Gunpowder by David Cressy (review)

pp. 1000-1002
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Media, Technology and Literature in the Nineteenth Century: Image, Sound, Touch ed. by Colette Colligan and Margaret Linley (review)

pp. 1002-1003
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Past and Present Energy Societies: How Energy Connects Politics, Technologies, and Cultures ed. by Nina Möllers and Karin Zachmann (review)

pp. 1004-1005
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Refrigeration Nation: A History of Ice, Appliances, and Enterprise in America by Jonathan Rees (review)

pp. 1006-1007
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Pure and Modern Milk: An Environmental History since 1900 by Kendra Smith-Howard (review)

pp. 1007-1009
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Tesla: Inventor of the Electric Age by W. Bernard Carlson (review)

pp. 1009-1010
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Wilderness and Waterpower: How Banff National Park Became a Hydroelectric Storage Reservoir by Christopher Armstrong and H. V. Nelles (review)

pp. 1011-1012
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Pastoral and Monumental: Dams, Postcards, and the American Landscape by Donald C. Jackson (review)

pp. 1012-1014
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Lake Effect: Tales of Large Lakes, Arctic Winds, and Recurrent Snows by Mark Monmonier (review)

pp. 1014-1015
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Imperial Contagions: Medicine, Hygiene, and Cultures of Planning in Asia ed. by Robert Peckham and David M. Pomfret (review)

pp. 1016-1017
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Everyday Technology: Machines and the Making of India’s Modernity by David Arnold (review)

pp. 1017-1019
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Constructing East Asia: Technology, Ideology, and Empire in Japan’s Wartime Era, 1931–1945 by Aaron Stephen Moore (review)

pp. 1019-1021
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The Strange Death of the British Motor Cycle Industry by Steve Koerner (review)

pp. 1021-1023
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Blue Sky Metropolis: The Aerospace Century in Southern California ed. by Peter J. Westwick (review)

pp. 1023-1024
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Empire of the Air: Aviation and the American Ascendency by Jenifer Van Vleck (review)

pp. 1025-1026
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Information at Sea: Shipboard Command and Control in the U.S. Navy, from Mobile Bay to Okinawa by Timothy S. Wolters (review)

pp. 1027-1028
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Arguments that Count: Physics, Computing, and Missile Defense, 1949–2012 by Rebecca Slayton (review)

pp. 1028-1030
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Agent Orange: History, Science, and the Politics of Uncertainty by Edwin A. Martini (review)

pp. 1030-1032
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Creating a Market University: How Academic Science Became an Economic Engine by Elizabeth Popp Berman (review)

pp. 1032-1033
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SPAM: A Shadow History of the Internet by Finn Brunton (review)

pp. 1034-1035
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Taken for Grantedness: The Embedding of Mobile Communication into Society by Rich Ling (review)

pp. 1035-1037
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Index

Volume 55 (2014)

pp. 1038-1057
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