Following are recent publications by members of the History and Sociology of Technology and Science M.S. and Ph.D. programs.
IAC CRIDC Graduate Student Paper Conference (January 2016)
Jonah Bea-Taylor, “Masking Vulnerability: How the Corps of Engineers Reduced Flooding in Miami and Houston.”
Rebecca Watts Hull, “Campus Commitments to Local, Sustainable Food Procurement: Trends, Benefits, Challenges, and Opportunities.”
Renee Shelby, “Whose Rape Kit? Aims, Realities, and Justice.”
Xincheng Shen, “City of Gold: A History of Human Waste Management in Shanghai, 1850-1949.”
Christopher Zakroff, “Bypassing Turbulence: Soviet Acoustic Science and the Technopolitics of the Jet Age.”
Sooa Lee, “A Multi-dimensional Approach to (South) Korean International Research Collaboration.”
Mario Bianchini, “Human Economics: Germany, Economists, and the Cold War.”
Emily Gibson, “‘Dans tous les ciels’: Air France and French Colonial Development in West Africa, 1948-1960.”
Kera Allen, “'I Was Supposed to Make Things Pretty': A Study of Workplace Culture for Women in the Computing and Information Technology Workforce."
ST Global (Washington, DC, April 2016)
Sooa Lee, "A Multi-dimensional Approach to (South) Korean International Research Collaboration," for the session Transnational Science and Technology Policy.
Midwest Sociological Society/North Central Sociological Association Joint Annual Meeting (Chicago, IL, March 2016)
Rebecca Watts Hull, "Organizational Variation in Change Processes: Winning University Sustainability Commitments,” for the session Exploring Sustainability: From Farms, to Breweries, to Universities.
Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) 2015
Emily Gibson, “Air France—‘The World’s Largest Airline’: A Commercial Firm as the Chosen Instrument of France’s Colonial Mission, 1948–1950s.”
Brian Jirout, “Civil Remote Sensing for Sale: Commercializing Landsat Image Use, 1978–1989.”