This text gathers together examples of the current thinking on methodology and the theoretical perspectives that are increasingly of concern to historians of techlogy, whilst at the same time presenting other papers which reflect the key areas of historical debate. The volume emphasizes the need both to establish a common forum for theoretical and empirical research and also to delineate the shared concerns of what are often reflected as conflicting rather than mutually supportive approaches to the writing of the history of techlogy.
Professor Robert Fox
Date of Publication
Technology: General & Reference
Routledge Studies in the History of Science, Technology and Medicine