Volume 23 (2017)

Essays

What Can Historians of Technology  Contribute to the Anthropocene Debate?

Helmuth Trischler and Fabienne Will
Technosphere, Technocene, and the History of Technology, pp. 1-18
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Petter Wulff
Climate Change – How Can History Help? pp. 19-24
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Maria Paula Diogo, Ivo Louro, and Davide Scarso
Uncanny Nature: Why the concept of Anthropocene is relevant for historians of technology, pp. 25-36
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Ruth Morgan
The Anthropocene as Hydro-Social Cycle: Histories of Water and Technology for the Age of Humans, pp. 37-54
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Articles

John B. Stranges, Matthew M. Troia, and Claudette E. Walck
Limited Victory: Love Canal Reclaimed, pp.  55-82
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Jose A. Muñoz Alvis
Through a Technique of Building, pp. 83-112
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Stefan Krebs
The Failure of Binaural Stereo: German Sound Engineers and the Introduction of Artificial Head Microphones, pp. 113-144
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Barbara Rymsza, Anna Mistewicz, and Zbigniew Tucholski
Kierbedź Bridge: A History of The First Permanent Bridge Across the Vistula in Warsaw, Poland, pp. 145-166
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Book Reviews

pp. 167-205
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