[Air-L] Social Histories of information technologies
avee at wisc.edu
Thu Oct 22 09:03:24 PDT 2009
I've found Nathan Ensmenger's and Michael Mahoney's work very helpful in understanding the social history of computing.
Michael Mahoney's webpage lists articles he wrote on the history of computing: http://www.princeton.edu/~mike/computing.html
Sadly, he is recently deceased.
You can find Ensmenger's publications here:
He has a new book coming out I *think* with MIT Press, but it's not announced yet on the MIT Press site.
Good luck with your work!
Ph.D. Candidate in English
Program in Composition and Rhetoric
University of Wisconsin-Madison
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From: Christopher Richter <crichter at hollins.edu>
Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2009 2:51 pm
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> I would appreciate any recommendations for histories, especially
> social histories, of computing or information tech.
> Christopher J. Richter
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