History and Technology articles

Volume 33 (1)

Engineering professors as entrepreneurs: the case of Franz Reuleaux (1829–1905) and Alois Riedler (1850–1936)
vol. 33 (1): 53-69
Ivory towers? The commercial activity of British professors of engineering and physics, 1880–1914
vol. 33 (1): 70-108
Technological entrepreneurship from patenting to commercializing: a survey of late nineteenth and early twentieth century physics lecturers
vol. 33 (1): 109-125
The commercialization of molecular biology: Walter Gilbert and the Biogen startup
vol. 33 (1): 126-151

Volume 32 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 32 (4): 0-0
Editorial Board
vol. 32 (4): 0-0
A distinguished scientific field? Pursuing resources and building institutions for engineering research in Sweden, 1890–1945
vol. 32 (4): 315-348
A distinguished scientific field? Pursuing resources and building institutions for engineering research in Sweden, 1890–1945
vol. 32 (4): 315-348
The technoscientists: a Swedish construction of basic research in World War II
vol. 32 (4): 349-381
The technoscientists: a Swedish construction of basic research in World War II
vol. 32 (4): 349-381
Technological change and Post Office communications in Britain, 1918–1945
vol. 32 (4): 382-408
Technological change and Post Office communications in Britain, 1918–1945
vol. 32 (4): 382-408
Technological simulacrum: psychologists’ invention of a bogus pipeline to the soul
vol. 32 (4): 409-418
Technological simulacrum: psychologists’ invention of a bogus pipeline to the soul
vol. 32 (4): 409-418

Volume 32 (3)

Listening in combat – surveillance technologies beyond the visual in the First World War
vol. 32 (3): 213-226
Sound and fury: sound and vision in early U.K. air defence
vol. 32 (3): 227-244
Listening in the dark: audio surveillance, communication technologies, and the submarine threat during the First World War
vol. 32 (3): 245-268
Sounds and repercussions of war: mobilization, invention and conversion of First World War science in Britain, France and Germany
vol. 32 (3): 269-292
Listening for the state: censoring communications in Scandinavia during World War I
vol. 32 (3): 293-314

Volume 32 (1)

Editor’s note
vol. 32 (1): 1-1
The history of silver refining in New Spain, 16c to 18c: back to the basics
vol. 32 (1): 2-32
The enemy underground: geostrategic intelligence and the war in Algeria
vol. 32 (1): 33-69
The myth of the first African-American electrical engineer: Arthur U. Craig and the importance of teaching in technological history
vol. 32 (1): 70-90
Facilitating exchanges: photography as a link between dentistry and surgery in the First World War
vol. 32 (1): 91-103

Volume 31 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 31 (4): 0-0
Technology in the South Asian imaginary
vol. 31 (4): 341-349
Translation as techné: female sexuality and the science of social progress in colonial India
vol. 31 (4): 350-375
Profiling the profiloscope: facialization of race technologies and the rise of biometric nationalism in inter-war British India
vol. 31 (4): 376-396
The road from serfdom: economic storytelling and narratives of India in the rise of neoliberalism
vol. 31 (4): 397-419
Science, geography, and nation: the global creation of Thumba
vol. 31 (4): 420-451
The Aakash tablet and technological imaginaries of mass education in contemporary India
vol. 31 (4): 452-481
Resetting the camera’s clock: Sarony, Muybridge & the aesthetics of wet-plate photography
vol. 31 (4): 482-491

Volume 31 (2)

Editor’s Note
vol. 31 (2): 83-83
Inventing traditions: interests, parables and nostalgia in the history of nuclear energy
vol. 31 (2): 84-107
A history of failed innovation: continuous cooking and the Soviet pulp industry, 1940s–1960s
vol. 31 (2): 108-132
Preparing for change: acid rain, climate change, and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), 1972–1990s
vol. 31 (2): 133-159
Virtual witnessing and space-age media: a case study of The Conquest of Space (1949)
vol. 31 (2): 160-170

Volume 31 (1)

Editor’s note
vol. 31 (1): 1-1
Science, industry and the colonial state: a shift from a German- to a Dutch-controlled cinchona and quinine cartel (1880–1920)
vol. 31 (1): 2-36
‘Something about X-rays for everyone:’ emerging technologies and open communities
vol. 31 (1): 37-54