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Volume 56, Number 2, April 2015

Table of Contents

Special Issue: (Auto)Mobility, Accidents, and Danger

Introduction

Introduction: Global Perspectives on Road Safety History

pp. 307-318

Articles

Four Paradigms: Traffic Safety in the Twentieth-Century United States

pp. 319-334

This Hill Is Dangerous

pp. 335-369

Knights of Death: Introducing Bicycles and Motor Vehicles to Turin, 1890–1907

pp. 370-393

Safety or Efficiency?: Strategies and Conflicting Interests in Belgian Road-Safety Policy, 1920–1940

pp. 394-419

“Taking the Problem to the People”: Traffic Safety from Public Relations to Political Theory, 1937–1954

pp. 420-439

Delegating to the Automobile: Experimenting with Automotive Restraints in the 1970s

pp. 440-463

Arrive Alive: Road Safety in Kenya and South Africa

pp. 464-488

The History of Traffic Safety: Describing 100 Years

pp. 489-492

On the Cover

Promoting Road Safety

pp. 493-497

Da Vinci Medal Address

A Crooked Path

pp. 498-507

Presidential Address

The State of SHOT: Organizational Capacity in a Volunteer-based Organization

pp. 508-529

Beyond Words

Future Visions: Technology and Citizenship in Underwater Dreams

pp. 530-532

Book Reviews

Baroque Science by Ofer Gal and Raz Chen-Morris (review)

pp. 533-535

Brewing Science: Technology and Print, 1700–1880 by James Sumner (review)

pp. 535-536

It Began with Babbage: The Genesis of Computer Science by Subrata Dasgupta (review)

pp. 537-538

The Civil War at Sea by Craig L. Symonds (review)

pp. 538-540

Over the Alleghenies: Early Canals and Railroads of Pennsylvania by Robert J. Kapsch (review)

pp. 540-542

Here and There: Reading Pennsylvania’s Working Landscapes by Bill Conlogue (review)

pp. 542-543

Community by Design: The Olmsted Form and the Development of Brookline, Massachusetts by Keith N. Morgan, Elizabeth Hope Cushing, and Roger G. Reed (review)

pp. 544-545

Engineering War and Peace in Modern Japan, 1868–1964 by Takashi Nishiyama (review)

pp. 545-547

Fortune Tellers: The Story of America’s First Economic Forecasters by Walter A. Friedman (review)

pp. 547-549

Eastern European Railways in Transition: Nineteenth to Twenty-First Centuries ed. by Ralf Roth and Henry Jacolin (review)

pp. 549-551

American Railroads: Decline and Renaissance in the Twentieth Century by Robert E. Gallamore and John R. Meyer (review)

pp. 551-553

Texas Takes Wing: A Century of Flight in the Lone Star State by Barbara Ganson (review)

pp. 553-554

Sound and Safe: A History of Listening behind the Wheel by Karin Bijsterveld, etal. (review)

pp. 555-556

Ribbon of Fire: How Europe Adopted and Developed US Strip Mill Technology (1920–2000) ed. by Jonathan Aylen and Ruggero Ranieri (review)

pp. 556-558

Cinematic Appeals: The Experience of New Movie Technologies by Ariel Rogers (review)

pp. 558-560

Digital Memory and the Archive by Wolfgang Ernst (review)

pp. 560-562

Imperial Technoscience: Transnational Histories of MRI in the United States, Britain, and India by Amit Prasad (review)

pp. 562-563

The Great Indian Phone Book: How the Cheap Cell Phone Changes Business, Politics, and Daily Life by Assa Doron and Robin Jeffrey (review)

pp. 563-565

Energy and Electricity in Industrial Nations: The Sociology and Technology of Energy by Allan Mazur (review)

pp. 565-566

Routes of Power: Energy and Modern America by Christopher F. Jones (review)

pp. 567-568

Energy & Ethics: Justice and the Global Energy Challenge by Benjamin K. Sovacool (review)

pp. 569-570

Inverse Infrastructures: Disrupting Networks from Below ed. by Tineke M. Egyedi and Donna C. Mehos (review)

pp. 570-572

Subversion, Conversion, Development. Cross-Cultural Knowledge and the Politics of Design ed. by James Leach and Lee Wilson (review)

pp. 573-574

Vulnerability in Technological Cultures: New Directions in Research and Governance ed. by Anique Hommels, Jessica Mesman, and Wiebe E. Bijker (review)

pp. 575-576

Gravity’s Ghost and Big Dog: Scientific Discovery and Social Analysis in the Twenty-First Century by Harry Collins (review)

pp. 576-577