Steven A Walton

Profile Picture of Steven A Walton
Title
Assistant Professor of History

Department
Department of Social Sciences

Institution
Michigan Technological University

Email
sawalton@mtu.edu
Education
  • PhD, History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
  • MA, History and Philosophy of Science and Technology, University of Toronto
  • MS, Mechanical Engineering, California Institute of Technology
  • BS, Mechanical Engineering, Cornell University
Research Interests
History of Science   History of Technology   Military History  

  View all research interests
Biography
Not mentioned yet
Homepages
Contact Information
  Dept. of Social Sciences, 224 AOB Michigan Tech University Houghton, MI 49931

  906-487-3272

Research
Not mentioned yet. (?)
List of Publications (120)
In 2013
120

"Proto-Scientific Revolution or Cookbook Science? Early gunnery manuals in the craft treatise tradition" in Ricardo Cordoba (ed.), Craft Treatises and Handbooks: The dissemination of technical knowledge in the Middle Ages, De Diversis Artibus 91 (Brepols, 2013), pp. ???. [due out in March].

Found on CV
In 2012
119

"'My works will be the best in America': Peter Townsend's Cannon Foundry, 1815-25," New York State Museum Record, special issue on "Iron in the Hudson Valley," ed. Marty Pickands, forthcoming 2012.

Found on CV
118

Supervisory Roles Member of Graduate Faculty, Pennsylvania State University, 2008-2012

Found on CV
117

Denis De Lucca, Jesuits and Fortifications: The Contribution of the Jesuits to Military Architecture in the Baroque Age History of Warfare 73 (Leiden: Brill, 2012), under review for De Re Mililtari, online at .

Found on CV
116

Member of Graduate Faculty, Michigan Technological University, 2000-2002; 2012-present.

Found on CV
115

"What is Straight Cannot Fall: Medieval Architectural Statics in Theory and Practice," [with Thomas E. Boothby], submitted to History of Science, Feb. 2012.

Found on CV
114

Serafina Cuomo, Technology and Culture in Greek and Roman Antiquity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007), Annals of Science 69.2 (2012): 295-297.

Found on CV
In 2011
113

"The Circumstanciae of Gunnery Manuals: Didactic Recipes, Ingredients, and Readers," in Trebuchet to Cannon: Medieval Military Technology, 1200-1600, ed. by Robert D. Smith and Steven A. Walton (Danish Medieval Centre, 2011) - submitted January 2011.

Found on CV
112

Pamela O. Long, Artisan/Practitioners and the Rise of the New Sciences, 1400-1600 (Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 2011), Aestimatio. [submitted March 2013]

Found on CV
111

Anthony Gerbino and Stephen Johnston, Compass and Rule: Architecture as Mathematical Practice (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2009), in the British Journal for the History of Science 44.2 (2011): 287-289.

Found on CV
110

Chandra Mukerji, Impossible Engineering: Technology and Territoriality on the Canal du Midi (Princeton University Press, 2009), Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews 40 (2011): 210- 211.

Found on CV
109

Ursula Klein and E. C. Spary (eds.), Materials and Expertise in Early Modern Europe: Between Market and Laboratory (University of Chicago Press, 2010), Centaurus 53.3 (2011): 236-37.

Found on CV
In 2010
108

"Industrial Archaeology in North America: Current Activities and Future Prospects," 3rd International Conference on Industrial Heritage. Motto: "Rijeka, the Historical Traffic Crossroad between Mediterranean and Europe", Rijeka (Croatia), 12.-13. Listopada [October] 2007 (Rijeka: Pro Torpedo, 2010), pp. 55-76. (With Patrick Martin and Scott See).

Found on CV
107

"The Mystery of the Torpedo", ICOMAM Magazine 6 (Oct. 2010): 30-31.

Found on CV
106

Entries for "Tools" (600), "Instruments" (600), "Lapidaries" (50), "Equitorium" (50), "Quadrant" (100), and "Surveying" (250) in the Dictionary of the Middle Ages (Oxford, 2010).

Found on CV
105

Jonathan Sawday, Engines of the Imagination: Renaissance Culture and the Rise of the Machine (Routledge, 2007), in Isis 101.1 (2010): 207-208.

Found on CV
104

"State Building through Building for the State: domestic and foreign expertise in Tudor fortifications," essay for Eric Ash (ed.), Expertise and the Early Modern State, Osiris 25 (2010): 66-84.

Found on CV
103

Layout Editor, AVISTA Forum Journal, 2006-2010.

Found on CV
102

"The Early Years of the U.S. Naval Torpedo Station, Newport, Rhode Island," International Conference on Industrial Heritage. Motto: "Rijeka, the Historical Traffic Crossroad between Mediterranean and Europe", Rijeka (Croatia), 12.-13. Listopada [October] 2007 (Rijeka: Pro Torpedo, 2010), pp. 515-534.

Found on CV
101

Webmaster: Science, Technology, & Society Program, PSU (sts.psu.edu ), 2002-2010.

Found on CV
In 2009
100

Robert Douglas Smith and Steven A. Walton, "Medieval Gunpowder Research Group Report no. 9: Firepots and Fire Arrows," (Nykbing Falster: Danish Medieval Centre, 2009). Online at < http://www.middelaldercentret.dk/pdf/Hofinal_report.pdf> "reCOGnition: Medieval Gearing from Vitruvius to Print," AVISTA Forum Journal 19.1/2 (2009): 28-41.

Found on CV
99

"Founding a Foundry: the Diary of the Setting-Out of the West Point Foundry, 1817," IA: Industrial Archaeology 35.1/2 (2009 [2012]): 25-38.

Found on CV
98

Ross Thomson, Structures of Change in the Mechanical Age: Technological Innovation in the United States, 1790-1865 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009), IA: the Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology 35.1/2 (2009 [2012]): 124-25.

Found on CV
97

Patrick M. Malone, Waterpower in Lowell: Engineering and Industry in Nineteenth-Century America (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009), IA: The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology. [submitted March 2013]

Found on CV
96

"The West Point Foundry in Larger Perspective," IA: Industrial Archaeology 35.1/2 (2009 [2012]): 9-13.

Found on CV
95

J.P.D. Cooper, Thom Richardson, and Graeme Rimer (eds.), Henry VIII: Arms and the Man (Royal Armouries, 2009), for De Re Militari, online at [June 2010].

Found on CV
In 2008
94

Field Editor (history of technology), ORB: On-Line Research Bibliography for Medievalists (www.the -orb.net/ ), 2005-2008.

Found on CV
93

Louis Ph.Sloos (ed.), Warfare and the Age of Printing: Catalogue of Early Printed Books from before 1801 in Dutch Military Collections (Leiden: Brill, 2008), for De Re Militari, online at [June 2010].

Found on CV
92

Review Editor (history of science and technology and military history), TMR: The medieval Review (http://quod.lib.umich.edu/t/tmr/ ), 2006-2008.

Found on CV
91

Chiara Frugoni, Books, Banks, Buttons and Other Inventions form the Middle Ages, trans. William McCuaig (New York: Columbia University Press, 2003) in Isis 99.1 (2008): 171.

Found on CV
90

"Villard's Perpetuum Mobile," AVISTA Forum Journal 18.1/2 (2008): 24-30 and see also .

Found on CV
89

Eric H. Ash, Power, Knowledge, and Expertise in Elizabethan England (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005), in Early Science and Medicine, 13.4 (2008): 403-404.

Found on CV
88

Brenda J. Buchanan, Gunpowder, Explosives and the State: A Technological History (Burlington: Ashgate, 2006), in Isis 99.4 (2008): 812-813.

Found on CV
In 2007
87

(Stockholm: Jernkontoret, 2004), in ICON: Journal of the International Committee for the History of Technology 13 (2007 [2008]): 170-73.

Found on CV
86

"Armour and Arms in American Museums" in Robert D. Smith (ed.), ICOMAM 50: Papers on Arms and Military History 1957-2007 (Leeds: Basiliscoe Press, 2007), pp. 52-77.

Found on CV
85

"Hand-On Learning in the University: Oxymoron or Mandate?" IASTS conference, Baltimore, MD, 2-3 Feb. 2007 (Organizer: Roli Varma)

Found on CV
84

"C.T. Currelly and the Origins of the Arms & Armour Collections at the Royal Ontario Museum" Journal of the History of Collections 19.1 (2007): 89-114.

Found on CV
83

"Tilting at Windmills: The Promise and Peril of Campus Construction Projects," AVISTA Forum Journal 17.1/2 (2007): 50-53.

Found on CV
In 2006
82

Brett D. Steele and Tamera Dorland (eds.), The Heirs of Archimedes: Science and the Art of War through the Age of Enlightenment, Dibner Studies in the History of Science 8 (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2005) in Technology & Culture 47.4 (2006): 828-830.

Found on CV
81

Louis W. Potts and Stephen L. Nelson, Watkins Mill: Factory on the Farm (Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2004), in IA: Industrial Archaeology 32.2 (2006 [2008]): 70-71.

Found on CV
80

"The Object of North American Armor Collections, c.1850-1914," in Acta of the 17th Conference of the International Committee of Museums and Collections of Arms and Military History, Organized under the theme "The Storyline in Arms and Military Museums" (Ottawa: National Defense, 2006), pp. 20-33.

Found on CV
79

"Act Locally, Think (Inter)Nationally: the establishment of the WPF as a regional and national phenomena," Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology (CNEHA) annual meeting, Tarrytown, NY, October 20-22, 2006 (Organizers: Tim Scarlett and Elizabeth Norris).

Found on CV
78

"What Did They Know and When Did They Know It? Scholastic Interpretations of Architectural Dynamics" [with Tom Boothby], 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 4-7 May 2006 (Organizer: general session)

Found on CV
77

Barry Trinder, The Industrial Revolution in Shropshire, 3rd edition (Chichester: Philimore, 2000), in IA: Industrial Archaeology 32.1 (2006 [2008]): 84-86.

Found on CV
76

"Scientists and Sailors: US Naval Torpedo Station research after the Civil War," Theme: The Social History of Military Technology, ICOHTEC, Leicester, England, 15-20 August, 2006

Found on CV
75

"The Tower Gunners and the Artillery Company in the Artillery Garden before 1630," Journal of the Ordnance Society 18 (2006): 53-66.

Found on CV
74

John Landers, The Field and the Forge: Population, Production, and Power in the Pre-industrial West (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003) in Technology & Culture 47.1 (2006): 179-80.

Found on CV
73

Wolfgang Lefevre (ed.), Picturing Machines 1400-1700 (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2004) in Isis 97.1 (2006): 155-56.

Found on CV
In 2005
72

"Mathematical Instruments and the Creation of the Scientific Military Gentleman," in Steven A. Walton (ed.), Instrumental in War: Science, Research, and Instruments Between Knowledge and the World, History of Warfare 28 (Leiden: Brill Publishers, 2005), pp. 17-46.

Found on CV
71

The Journal of the Armour Research Society, vol.1 (2005), for De Re Militari, online at .

Found on CV
70

"Mortice or Tenon: Medieval Woodworking in Craft Treatises," International Medieval Congress, Leeds, UK, 7-11 July 2005 (Organizer: Katherine C. Eagleton).

Found on CV
69

"Getting Inside Military Mathematical Practitioners' Heads," International Union for the History and Philosophy of Science/Division of History of Science (IUHPS/DHS), Beijing, China, July 24-30, 2005 (Organizer: Lesley Cormack).

Found on CV
68

Roger B. Manning, Swordsmen: The Martial Ethos of the Three Kingdoms (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003) in Sixteenth Centuries Studies 36.4 (2005): 1200-1201.

Found on CV
67

"The Impetus of Being Earnest: Aristotle, Ballistics, and Late Medieval Artillery," 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 5-8, 2005 (Organizer: Kelly DeVries)

Found on CV
66

"Proto-Scientific Revolution or Cookbook Science? Early gunnery manuals in the craft treatise tradition," Craft Treatises and Handbooks: the Dissemination of Technical Knowledge in the Middle Ages, Cordoba, Spain, 6-8 October 2005 (Organizer: Ricardo Cordoba de la Llave).

Found on CV
65

"The Military-Industrial-University Complex 80 Years too Early: The Naval Torpedo Station, 1869-1885," SHOT/HSS, Minneapolis, MN, 3-6 November 2005 (Organizer: open session).

Found on CV
64

"C.T. Currelly and the Origins of Arms and Armor at the ROM/ The Object of North American Armor Collections, 1850-1914", ICOMAM, Ottawa, Canada, 11-14 June 2005.

Found on CV
In 2004
63

Entries for John Bate (fl. 1630), John Robins (c1500-1558), John Muller (1699-1784), and Sir Robert Gordon (1647-1784) in the New Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford, 2004-5).

Found on CV
62

"The Classification of Arms: Henry Percy's Ramist ideas of weaponry," Journal of the Arms and Armour Society 18.1 (2004): 25-39.

Found on CV
61

Ranier Leng, Ars Belli; Deutsche taktische und kriegstechnichische Bilderhandschriften und Traktate im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert, 2 vols., Imagines Medii Aevi: Interdisziplinare Beitrage zur Mittelaleeterforschung Bd. 12 (Wiesbaden: Reichert, 2002) in Technology & Culture 45.1 (2004): 168-170.

Found on CV
60

"Review Essay: The Greeneian Reappraisal of the Context of Medieval Technology," AVISTA Forum Journal 14.1 (Fall 2004): 25-28.

Found on CV
59

Pamela O. Long, Openness, Secrecy, Authorship : Technical Arts and the Culture of Knowledge from Antiquity to the Renaissance (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001) in Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 47.2 (2004): 310-12.

Found on CV
58

Alan R. Williams, The Knight and the Blast Furnace: A History of the Metallurgy of Armour in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period, History of Warfare vol. 12 (Leiden: Brill, 2003) in The Sixteenth Century Journal 35.3 (2004): 851-52.

Found on CV
57

"Holy Dovetails!: St. Joseph and the Illustration of Medieval Woodworking," 39th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 6-9, 2004 (Organizer: Steven A. Walton).

Found on CV
56

"Modeling Reality: Daniel Santbech's Triangular Trajectories," Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 28-31 October 2004 (Organizer: Bruce Janacek)

Found on CV
In 2003
55

"Scientific Instruments, Arms, and Warfare," Penn State HUDDLE with the Faculty, 1 Nov. 2003

Found on CV
54

"Making a Hybrid Career between Science and the Humanities," WISE Scholars, Penn State University, 4 December 2003 (Organizers; Martin Pietrucha and Dean Snow)

Found on CV
53

"Daniel Santbech's Aristotelian Ballistics, or, 'What was he thinking?!?'" History of Science Society (HSS) meeting, Cambridge, MA, 22-25 November 2003 (Organizer: Helen Hattab)

Found on CV
52

"The Bayonet Poker (1908)," Journal of the Society of American Bayonet Collectors, 46 (Winter 2003): 17-20.

Found on CV
51

"Learning to be a General: Henry Percy and Writing the Military Revolution," 38th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 8-11, 2003 (Organizer: Kelly DeVries).

Found on CV
50

"'Better Living Through Mathematics': Thinking About Thinking About Early Modern Artillery", Re-inventing Early Modern Technologies, 24 January 2003, Ann Arbor, MI (Organizer: Sabiha Ahmed).

Found on CV
49

"The Bishopsgate Artillery Garden and the First English Ordnance School," Journal of the Ordnance Society 15 (2003): 41-51

Found on CV
In 2002
48

"Medieval Science, Technology and Health," contribution for World Eras, vol. 4: Medieval Europe (814-1350), ed. Jeremiah Hackett (Detroit: Gale, 2002), pp. 432-78 [with Bert S. Hall]

Found on CV
47

Die Vielfalt der Dinge: Neue Wege zur Analyse mittelalterlicher Sachkulture, Forschungen des Institutes fur Realienkunde des Mittelalters und der Fruuhen Neuzeit, Diskussion und Materialen vol. 3 (Vienna: Osterrreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1998) and History of Medieval Life and the Sciences, Forschungen... vol. 4 (Vienna: 2000) in The Medieval Review, issue 03.10.09, online at < www.hti.umich.edu/t/tmr/ > Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage, Castles and Fortified Cities of Medieval Europe (Jefferson, NC and London: McFarland & Co. 2002) for De Re Militari .

Found on CV
46

"Problems and Lessons from Medieval Technology Transfer," Penn State University, week-long visit, March 2002 (Organizer: Vickie Ziegler).

Found on CV
45

Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, 25 October 2002 (Organizer: Steven A. Walton; presider: Janis Langins).

Found on CV
44

"Commentary: Distant Memories, Distant Wars," Society for Military History, Madison, WI, April 5-7, 2002 (Organizer: Jerry Cooper).

Found on CV
43

"Considering the Ideas of Technology Transfer, with special reference to Medieval Architecture," International Medieval Congress, Leeds, UK, 8-11 July 2002 (Organizer: Robert Bork).

Found on CV
42

"Elizabethan Gunners and their Machines: place and (em)placement," ICOHTEC conference, Granada, Spain, June 24-26, 2002 (Organizer: Brenda Buchanan).

Found on CV
41

"The Gunner in Tudor Literature", 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2-5, 2002 (Organizer: Kelly DeVries).

Found on CV
In 2001
40

Robert Fox (ed.), Thomas Harriot: an Elizabethan Man of Science (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000), in Isis 92.4 (2001): 781-2.

Found on CV
39

"The Interesting Part of New Military Technology: Fireworks Ingredients and Recipes," 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 2001 (Organizer: Kelly DeVries).

Found on CV
38

Research Director: imago HST image database 1999-2000 Research Assistant for Richard White, The Skule Story: History of Engineering at the University of Toronto, 1873-2000 (Toronto: 2001).

Found on CV
37

"Theophrastus on Lyngurium - Medieval and Renaissance Lore from the Classical Lapidary Tradition," Annals of Science 58.4 (2001): 357-79.

Found on CV
36

Nicholas Brooks, Warfare and Society 700-1400 (London: Hambledon, 2000), in Journal of Military History 65.3 (2001): 781-2.

Found on CV
In 2000
35

Research Aid and HTML programming: UTMuSI Scientific Instrument Project, IHPST, University of Toronto, 1999-2000 (www.chass.utoronto.ca/utmusi ).

Found on CV
34

Maurice Keen (ed.), Medieval Warfare: A History (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999), in Technology & Culture 41.4 (2000): 836-837.

Found on CV
33

"Thomas Hood and Armada Angst: How mathematical were the military sciences?", HSS/CSHPS/BSHS Joint Meeting, St. Louis, MO, August 2000 (Organizer: Steven A. Walton)

Found on CV
32

"The Mathematical and Military Sciences in Renaissance England," Endeavour 24.4 (2000): 152- Thomas Harriot's Ballistics and English Renaissance Warfare, Durham Thomas Harriot Seminar Occasional Paper no. 30 (Durham, 1999).

Found on CV
31

"What Medieval Technology has to Offer Penn State," with Bert S. Hall, Penn State University, 20 October 2000 (Organizer: Vickie Ziegler).

Found on CV
30

"An Unnoticed Praise of Harriot's Contribution to Mathematics," The Harrioteer (Durham, UK), Sept. 2000, pp. 2-4.

Found on CV
29

Technical Writing Tutor: Engineering Writing Center, U. of Toronto, 1998-2000.

Found on CV
In 1999
28

Aid: Templeton Workshop in Science & Religion, Toronto, July 1998, 1999.

Found on CV
27

(Greencastle, Ind.: Historic Bridge Books/James L. Cooper, 1997), in Technology & Culture, 40.3 (1999): 715-16.

Found on CV
26

"Of Course Leather-Tanning is Scientific: the Rhetoric of Science in Engineering at the University of Toronto before the Depression," 11th Canadian Science and Technology Historical Association (CSTHA) Meeting, Kingston, Ontario, 2 October 1999 (Organizer: Alain Canuel)

Found on CV
25

"Preserving the Past and Inventing the Future: Clues to Technology Transfer in Tudor Gunnery Manuals," 34th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 8 May 1999

Found on CV
24

Pinella Travaglia, Magic, Causality and Intentionality. The Doctrine of Rays in al-Kindi, Micrologus Library 3 (Firenze: Simsel, 1999) in The Medieval Review, issue 00.09.02, online at < ww.hti.umich.edu /t/tmr/> James L. Cooper, Artistry and Ingenuity in Artificial Stone: Indiana's Concrete Bridges, 1900-1942

Found on CV
In 1998
23

"The Integration of Artillery into Early Modern England: On the impetus and loci for technological change," Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, 17 October 1998 (presider: Terry Reynolds).

Found on CV
22

Joel Kaye, Economy and Nature in the Fourteenth Century: Money, Market Exchange, and the Emergence of Scientific Thought (Cambridge, 1998) in The Medieval Review, issue 98.09.04, at www.hti.umich.edu/t/tmr/ Kelly DeVries)

Found on CV
21

"Thomas Harriot's Ballistics and English Renaissance Warfare," The Thomas Harriot Seminar, Durham, England, 15 December 1998 (Organizer: G.R. Batho).

Found on CV
In 1997
20

"To Baghdad with Pride: Dark Age Sword Trade Reconsidered," 32nd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 10 May 1997 (Organizer: Kelly DeVries).

Found on CV
19

History of Science and Technology Journals cataloging: Iter Database Project, Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, U. of Toronto, 1997-99.

Found on CV
In 1996
18

Organizer: MEPHISTOS Graduate Conference, Toronto, February 1996.

Found on CV
17

"'The Bell-Tower' and 'Die Automat': The Scientific Prehistory of Nineteenth Century Science Fiction," Science/Fiction and Popular Culture, York University, 1 November 1996 (presider: Geoff Bunn).

Found on CV
16

President: HAPSAT Graduate Student Association, IHPST, 1996-97.

Found on CV
In 1995
15

"Fascination, Fear, and Failure: Automata and Other Simulations of Life," Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American History Colloquia Series, Washington, DC, 18 July 1995 (Organizer: Nancy Matthews).

Found on CV
14

"Canadian Aesthetics of Early Reinforced Concrete," IA: the Journal of the Society for Industrial Archaeology 21 (1995): 1-14.

Found on CV
13

"Tools in Service of the Lord: The Iconography of Medieval Woodworking and the Joseph the Carpenter," Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) Annual Meeting, Charlottesville, VA, 21 October 1995 (presider: Jonathan Coopersmith).

Found on CV
12

"The Virtuousness of Technology: The Battle of Brunanburh and Anglo-Saxon Sword Manufacture," Technology & Culture, 36.4 (1995): 987-99.

Found on CV
In 1994
11

"Clarence Richard Young and the Aesthetics of Early Reinforced Concrete," Society for Industrial Archaeology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, 4 June 1994 (Organizer: E. Phyllis Rose).

Found on CV
10

"The Fear and Failure of Technology: The Case of Enlightenment Automata," Ontario-Quebec Exchange, Toronto, Ontario, 28 October 1994 (Organizer: Janis Langins).

Found on CV
9

Aid and Organizer: Society for Industrial Archaeology conference, Toronto, July 1994.

Found on CV
In 1993
8

"An Introduction to the Mechanical Arts in the Middle Ages," 28th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 1993 (Organizer: W.T. Swejkowski).

Found on CV
Unspecified
7

"Descartes' Parking Meter, or, what happens when a philosophical idea peters out," Workshop on the History and Philosophy of Artificial Life and Intelligence, Stanford University, 4-5

Found on CV
6

"'The Very Model of an Early Modern Major General': the 9th Earl of Northumberland's scientific taxonomy of war materiel," Lords, soldiers and craftsmen: arms and armour in the London of Sir Henry Lee, 4th Armourers and Brasiers/Royal Armouries seminar, 22 Sept.

Found on CV
5

Jan af Geijerstam, Landscapes of Technology Transfer: Swedish Ironmakers in India, 1860-1864

Found on CV
4

"Technologies of Pow(d)er: Military Mathematical Practitioners' Strategies and Self- Presentation," in Lesley Cormack (ed.), Mathematical Practitioners and the Transformation of Natural Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, supposedly accepted by the University of Chicago Press.

Found on CV
3

"Gunners and Personal Scientific Instruments," Society for the History of Technology (SHOT)

Found on CV
2

"Perceptions of the Performance of Cannon Shot before 1700," Journal of the Ordnance Society 20

Found on CV
1

"What Not To Do With Your Bayonet!" Journal of the Society of American Bayonet Collectors, 48

Found on CV
Search Profiles
Colleagues
Profile Picture of Shannon Brodeur
Michigan Technological University
Profile Picture of Kari B. Henquinet
Michigan Technological University
Profile Picture of Erik Herbert
Michigan Technological University
People Also Viewed
Profile Picture of Julia Yan
Utah State University
Profile Picture of Victor Adamchik
Carnegie Mellon University
Profile Picture of Mark Jones
Portland State University
Recommended Grants
and western North America, writings of Mark Twain, history of science and technology, the history of the art of the book, pictorial collections, and university archives. Approximately 9 graduate students are chosen for summer study, which can range from two weeks ... fellowships for UC graduate students...
Exclude from Your Search
mentioned, including the natural and physical sciences, engineering, liberal arts and humanities. Recognized subfields of STS include social and cultural studies of science and technology, history and philosophy of science and technology, environmental history ... and interdisciplinary...
Exclude from Your Search
mentioned, including the natural and physical sciences, engineering, liberal arts and humanities. Recognized subfields of STS include social and cultural studies of science and technology, history and philosophy of science and technology, environmental history ... and interdisciplinary...
Exclude from Your Search
mentioned, including the natural and physical sciences, engineering, liberal arts and humanities. Recognized subfields of STS include social and cultural studies of science and technology, history and philosophy of science and technology, environmental history ... and interdisciplinary...
Exclude from Your Search
mentioned, including the natural and physical sciences, engineering, liberal arts and humanities. Recognized subfields of STS include social and cultural studies of science and technology, history and philosophy of science and technology, environmental history ... and interdisciplinary...
Exclude from Your Search
mentioned, including the natural and physical sciences, engineering, liberal arts and humanities. Recognized subfields of STS include social and cultural studies of science and technology, history and philosophy of science and technology, environmental history ... and interdisciplinary...
Exclude from Your Search
The National Museum of the United States Army offers 3 types of dissertation fellowships for PhD students researching the history of warfare. One, funded by the National Museum of the U.S. Army, is designed to support dissertations that explore ... the material culture of the Army; the two others support...
Exclude from Your Search
to) archaeology and anthropology, art history, conservation, and the history of science and technology. Priority will be given to projects that focus on historically understudied or underrepresented time periods, geographic areas, cultures, or otherwise lesser-known ... Fellows, friends, and benefactors of the...
Exclude from Your Search
Welcome to the D. Kim Foundation for the History of Science and Technology in East Asia. The Foundation provides fellowships and grants to support graduate students and young scholars who are working in the history of science and technology in modern ... East Asia, regardless of their nationality, origins, or...
Exclude from Your Search
but are not limited to these: western art and art history, Plains Indian art and cultures, Greater Yellowstone ecology and conservation, firearms history and technology, western history, and the life and legacy of William F. Cody. Projects must be relevant to the CENTER's ... the collections of the CENTER:...
Exclude from Your Search