Graduate Student Publications

The following are recent publications by members of the History and Sociology of Technology and Science M.S. and Ph.D. programs.

  • Winders, Bill, Alison Heslin, Gloria Ross, Hannah Weskeler, and Seanna Berry. 2016. “Life After the Regime: Market Instability with the Fall of the U.S. Food Regime.” Agriculture and Human Values 33(1):73-88.

  • Peter Westin. 2015. "Motor Sports and the Motoring Public at Full Song (1950 - 1965): Measuring Men, Creatively Destroying, or Stimulating Technology?" Featured in the July edition of "Technology's Stories" on the Society of the History of Technology's website.  You can read the piece here.

  • Hyoung Joon An and Sang-jin Ahn. 2015. “Emerging Technologies-Beyond the Chasm: Assessing Technological Forecasting and its Implication for Innovation Management in Korea,” Technological Forecasting and Social Change.

  • Krige, John, Angel Long Callahan, and Ashok Maharaj. 2013. NASA in the World: 50 Years of International Collaboration in Space. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Hyoung Joon An. 2013. "Seeking Independence in Space: South Korea's Space Program (1958-2010)," Quest: the History of Spaceflight Quarterly, 20:2, pp. 34-51.

  • Lichter, R., Pearson, Jr., W., Borello, L, and Bryant, J. 2012. "Status of Women in the Chemical Sciences," in Blueprint for the Future: Framing the Issues of Women in Science in a Global Context, Washington , D.C.: National Academies Press. Appendix E-5, pp.87-91. ISBN-10: 0-309-22519-1.