ENAM 484:
Technology and American Culture
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Silvio Bedini, "The Role of Automata in the History of Culture, Technology and Culture 4 (1964): 24-42.

Earl W. Hayter, Barbed Wire Fencing: A Prairie Invention, Agricultural History: 13 (1939), 189-217.

Hugo A. Meier, Technology and Democracy, 1800-1860, Mississippi Valley Historical Review: 43 (1957), 618-640.

Louis C. Hunter, The Heroic Theory of Invention, in E.T. Layton, jr, ed., Technology and Social Change in America (1973) 25-46.

Peter J. Kerzuick (?), Losing the World of Tommorrow: The Battle over the Prsentation of Science at the 1939 N.Y. Worlds' Fair, American Quarterly: 46 (1994) 341-373.

Ruth Schwartz Cowan, The Industrial Revolution in the Home: Household Technology and Social Change in the 20th Century, Technology and Culture (1976), 1-23..

D.S.L. Cardwell, The Origins of Modern Technology and Arkwright and his Contempraries, in Turning Points in Westrn Technology.

Francis T. Evans, Roads, Railways and Canals, Technology and Culture, 22, 1-34.

Dorothy Nelkin, Science and Technology Polocy and the Democratic Process, in Albert Teich, ed., Technology and Man's Future, 3rd ed., (1981), 270-293.

Kurt Flannery, The Cultural Evolution of Societies, Annual Review of Ecology and Systemics 3: 1972, : 399-426.

J. Interrante, The Road to Autopia and Sex and the Automobile in D. L. Lewis and Laurence Goldstein, eds., The Automobile and American Culture (1983), pp. 89-104 and 123-133.