ICON : Volume 1 (1995)

Table of Contents
ICON : Volume 1 (1995)

Title page, Contents

I

Editorial

1

Contributors, Notes for Contributors

5

Carroll Pursell
Seeing the Invisible: New Perceptions in the History of Technology

9

John Harris
A French Industrial Spy: The Engineer Le Turc in England in the 1780s

16

H.S. Torrens
Ernest Feuerheerd & His Rotary Lobe Pump of 1919:
Some 'Invisible' Problems - Both for Inventor and Historian

37

Hans-Liudger Dienel
Sociological and Economic Technology Research: A Guideline for the History of Technology?

70

Barton C. Hacker
Whoever Heard of Nuclear-Powered Ramjets? Project Pluto, 1957-1964

85

Joan Rothschild
'Designing Technology' to Meet Human Needs: Feminist Visions in Practice

99

Molly W. Berger
The Magic of Fine Dining: Invisible Technology and the Hotel Kitchen

106

Tatsuya Kobayashi
Western Technology and Conflicts of Lifestyle: Footwear Manufacture in Japan, 1870-1940

120

Graham Hollister-Short
Invisible Technology, Invisible Numbers

132

Wolfhard Weber
History of Technology in Germany after 1945: Institutions, Methods, Fields of Interest

148

James C. Williams
Earthquake Engineering: Designing Unseen Technology Against Invisible Forces

172

Kees Gispen
Conflict and Cohesion in the German Engineering Profession, 1850-1950

195

Florence Hachez
Training in the Aluminium Industry in France from its Origins to 1955

213

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