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David L. "Samuel P. Mulliken, Father of Qualitative Organic Chemistry
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Finn. "Sputnik and the 'Princeton Three': The National Security
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Walter H., ed. The Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and
Technology: The First 25 Years 1970-1995. Cambridge: Harvard-MIT
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Dianna. "A History of Blacks at M.I.T.--Prior to the Class of 1930."
Bachelor's thesis, MIT, 1983.
George. "The NRP and the Beginning of Modern Neuroscience." Poster
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Akera, Atsushi. Calculating a Natural World: Scientists, Engineers, and Computers During the Rise of U.S. Cold War Research. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2007.
Michelle L., and Alan E. Leviton. "William Barton Rogers and the
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in the Antebellum South, edited by James X. Corgan. Tuscaloosa,
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Alexander, Philip N. A Widening Sphere: Evolving Cultures at MIT. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2011.
Michael. "The Social Construction of a Scientific Controversy: Comments
on Press Coverage of the Recombinant DNA Debate." Science, Technology
& Human Values 41 (Fall 1982): 24-31.
Jessica Scalzi. Domesticity, Science, and Social Control: Ellen
Swallow Richards and the New England Kitchen. Bachelor's thesis,
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Angulo, Alex. William Barton Rogers and the Idea of MIT. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.
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meeting of the Society for the Study of Curriculum History, San
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Harvard University, 2003.
"Reflections on Educational Reform: The Case of MIT in Nineteenth
Century America." Talk given at University of Alabama, Huntsville,
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South." Presented at Student Research Conference, Harvard Garduate
School of Education, Cambridge, Mass., February 2000.
"William Barton Rogers: The Virginia Years, 1819-1853."
Qualifying paper, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 2000.
Catherine. "What Is Truth? Look It Up in Archive of Useless Research."
Reuters press release, 29 January 1989.
Jim. "Where Science Meets Lunatic Fringe: Archives of Useless Research
at MIT Is Home to Works of Unique Value." Dallas Morning News,
27 March 1989.
William. John von Neumann and the Origins of Modern Computing.
Cambridge: MIT Press, 1990.
Betsy. "New England Mill Engineering: Rationalization and Reform
in Textile Mill Design, 1790-1920." DAI 49/04 (1988): 929-A
(Ph.D. dissertation, University of Delaware, 1987).
"Nineteenth-Century Textile Mill Design and the Factory Workplace."
[Sponsored by Society for the History of Technology.] Paper delivered
at joint meeting, "Science and Technology: Retrospectives and Perspectives,"
Philadelphia, October 1982.
Henryk. "Letters of Petr Bopatyrev to Roman Jakobson." In Slavienovedenie
5 (1997): 67-99.
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Joseph W. "The Search for a Home for the 'New Technology'." Paper
for 21.413J, Urban History II, MIT, 1992.
Patrick G. "Aeronautics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
and the National Advisory Commission for Aeronautics, 1895-1939:
A Contrast in Philosophy, a Contrast in Policy." Senior thesis,
Harvard University, 1988.
Peter. "The M.I.T. School of Architecture and Planning--1960-1970."
ARCHITEXT: The Student Journal of the Department of Architecture,
MIT, March 1985.
Barbara Fortin. Colonel Edward Howland Robinson Green and the
World He Created at Round Hill. Mexico, 2003.
Ben-Joseph, Eran, Holly D. Ben-Joseph, and Anne C. Dodge. “Against All Odds: MIT’s Pioneering Women of Landscape Architecture.” Paper: recipient of the 6th Milka Bliznakov Prize Commendation: International Archive of Women in Architecture, 2007.
Stuart. "The Influence of Statistical Techniques on the Design of
Feedback Control Systems: A History of Early Developments." Paper
presented at workshop, "Fallout from the Probabilistic Revolution:
Applications of Statistics in Policy and Research Design," Zentrum
für Interdisciplinare Forschung, Universität Bielefeld,
Leo. Riding the Waves: A Life in Sound, Science, and Industry. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2008.
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Jonathan. "March 4: UCS/SACC" [Student activism at MIT in the 1960s].
Undergraduate paper, MIT, 1984.
R. Byron. "Charles Allen Thomas, February 15, 1900--March 29, 1982."
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Donald L. M. The MIT Center for International Studies: The Founding
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James J. "Hoyt C. Hottel: M.I.T.'s Combustion and Solar Energy Pioneer."
Chemical Engineering Progress, March 1988.
Bonolis, Luisa. "Bruno Rossi and the Racial Laws of Fascist Italy." Physics in Perspective 13 (2011): 58-90.
Mark. "Theory and Practice: Obstacles and Opportunities in the Development
of the British and American Differential Analyzers." Paper presented
at annual meeting of the Society for the History of Technology,
Lowell, Mass., 1994.
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in the Age of the Analog Brain." IEEE Annals of the History of
Computing 18, no. 4 (1996):5-15.
William R. "Lyell and North American Geology: The Influence of Our
Geology on Charles Lyell." Paper presented to the New England Geological
Society of America, March 1980.
David. "Models on Display: The Exhibition of Small Houses in the
United States, c. 1940-1955." Paper presented at the Eleventh Annual
Graduate Student Symposium, Department of Art History, University
of California, Santa Barbara, 17 May 1986.
Roger R., ed. Seeing the Unseen: Dr. Harold E. Edgerton and the
Wonders of Strobe Alley, with CD-ROM. Cambridge, Mass.: The
Publishing Trust of George Eastman House/MIT Press, 1995.
Brunstein, Ada. “Nothing Like a Dame.” Technology Review, March/April 2008.
Buchanan, Nicholas. “The Atomic Meal: The Cold War and Irradiated Foods, 1945-1963." History and Technology 21, (June 2005).
Robert. The Uses of Life: A History of Biotechnology. Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press, 1993.
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Robert. The Invention that Changed the World: How a Small Group
of Radar Pioneers Won the Second World War and Launched a Technological
Revolution. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996.
Colin. Information and Secrecy: Vannevar Bush, Ultra, and the
Other Memex. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, 1994.
"A Rough Road to the Information Highway: Project INTREX and Unfulfilled
Promises." Paper presented at preconference seminar, American Society
for Information Science, Alexandria, Va., October 1994.
George, ed. Charles Olson: Man and Poet. National Poet Foundation,
Andrew J. To See the Unseen: A History of Planetary Radar Astronomy.
The NASA History Series. Washington, D.C.: National Aeronautics
and Space Administration, 1996.
Ken, and John Perlin. The Golden Thread: 2500 Years of Solar
Architecture and Technology. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold,
David. An Institute for an Empire: The Physikalisch-Technische
Reichsanstalt, 1871-1918. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
Calcagno, Claire."Professional boundaries and frontiers in underwater archaeology: a historical look at evolving perceptions." TROPIS IX - Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity (Agia Napa, Cyprus 8.25-30, 2005), edited by H. Tzalas. Athens Greece: Hellenic Institute for the Preservation of Nautical Tradition. Forthcoming.
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W. Bernard. "Academic Entrepreneurship and Engineering Education:
Dugald C. Jackson and the MIT-GE Cooperative Engineering Course,
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Jack. "Gustave, Wilbur and Orville, Glenn and the Doctor--and Waldo;
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Barbara M. "Science, Communication and the Public: The Recombinant
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Lois. "Suburbs." Design Quarterly 132 (1986).
Stephen H. "Jacob Pieter Den Hartog, 1901-1989." Biographical Memoirs,
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Shane. Ahead of the Curve: David Baltimore's Life in Science.
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Elizabeth. "MIT's First City Planners." PLAN [MIT Department
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Michael Aaron. "Accounting for Research: New Histories of Corporate
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David. "Organizing for Space Research: The V-2 Rocket Panel." Historical
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issue of Design Issues [The School of Art and Design, University
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Douglas W. "The Road to Monomoy: Chatham, Massachusetts and the
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Richard M., et al. "Report of the Committee on the History and Current
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Gary. "Reproducing Cultural Identity in Negotiating Nuclear Power:
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David. Behavior, Purpose and Teleology: Norbert Wiener and the
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Diana Barbara. Worse Than the Disease. Cambridge: Cambridge
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Arthur. "Industrial Drawing and Vocational Education: The MIT Connection."
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Peter. "Report to the Faculty on Graduate Housing Issues." Enclosure
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Fernando Irving. "Towards a Genealogy of Planet Management: Computer
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Henry, and Loet Leydesdorff. "The Triple Helix--University-Industry-Government
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Kenneth. Creating the Computer: Government, Industry and High
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