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New Books in Science, Technology, and Society

By Marshall Poe

Interviews with Scholars of Science, Technology, and Society about their New Books

  1. 1.
    Martin Collins, "A Telephone for the World: Motorola, Iridium, and the Making of a Global Age" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2018)05/23/2019
    50:36
  2. 2.
    Heike Bauer, "The Hirschfeld Archives: Violence, Death, and Modern Queer Culture" (Temple UP, 2017)05/23/2019
    39:48
  3. 3.
    Matthew Hersch, "Inventing the American Astronaut" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)05/22/2019
    36:19
  4. 4.
    F. Grillo and R. Nanetti, "Democracy and Growth in the 21st Century: The Diverging Cases of China and Italy" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019)05/22/2019
    39:47
  5. 5.
    David Bissell, "Transit Life: How Commuting Is Transforming Our Cities" (MIT Press, 2018)05/20/2019
    1:02:55
  6. 6.
    Jennifer Thomson, "The Wild and the Toxic: American Environmentalism and the Politics of Health" (UNC Press, 2019)05/17/2019
    43:26
  7. 7.
    Diane Tober, "Romancing the Sperm: Shifting Biopolitics and the Making of Modern Families" (Rutgers UP, 2019)05/15/2019
    50:34
  8. 8.
    Raul Espejo, "Cybernetics and Systems: Social and Business Decisions" (Routledge, 2019)05/10/2019
    1:07:53
  1. 9.
    Karin Rosemblatt, "The Science and Politics of Race in Mexico and the United States, 1910–1950" (UNC Press, 2018)05/09/2019
    51:32
  2. 10.
    Clayton Whisnant, "Queer Identities and Politics in Germany: A History, 1880-1945" (Harrington Park Press, 2016)05/08/2019
    1:06:12
  3. 11.
    Eric Topol, "Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again" (Basic Books, 2019)05/07/2019
    39:44
  4. 12.
    Peter Daou, "Digital Civil War: Confronting the Far-Right Menace" (Melville House, 2019)05/06/2019
    42:13
  5. 13.
    Chris Bernhardt, "Quantum Computing for Everyone" (MIT Press, 2019)05/02/2019
    53:41
  6. 14.
    Nikolai Krementsov, "With and Without Galton: Vasilii Florinskii and the Fate of Eugenics in Russia" (Open Book Publishers, 2018)05/02/2019
    1:19:34
  7. 15.
    Crystal Abidin, "Internet Celebrity: Understanding Fame Online" (Emerald Publishing, 2018)04/29/2019
    47:39
  8. 16.
    James L. A. Webb, "The Long Struggle against Malaria in Tropical Africa" (Cambridge UP, 2016)04/24/2019
    1:06:21
  9. 17.
    Christof Spieler, "Trains, Buses, People: An Opinionated Atlas of US Transit" (Island Press, 2018)04/22/2019
    46:02
  10. 18.
    Kate Brown, "Manuel for Survival: A Chernobyl Guide to the Future" (Norton, 2019)04/19/2019
    44:42
  11. 19.
    Christopher Preston, "The Synthetic Age: Outdesigning Evolution, Resurrecting Species, and Reengineering Our World" (MIT Press, 2018)04/18/2019
    51:28
  12. 20.
    Emily Dawson, "Equity, Exclusion and Everyday Science Learning: The Experiences of Minoritised Groups" (Routledge, 2019)04/18/2019
    48:38
  13. 21.
    Lukas Engelmann, "Mapping AIDS: Visual Histories of an Enduring Epidemic" (Cambridge UP, 2018)04/17/2019
    49:38
  14. 22.
    Robert A. Voeks, "The Ethnobotany of Eden: Rethinking the Jungle Medicine Narrative" (U Chicago Press, 2018)04/04/2019
    45:34
  15. 23.
    Tom Wheeler, "From Gutenberg to Google: The History of Our Future" (Brookings, 2019)03/27/2019
    57:48
  16. 24.
    Tina Sikka, "Climate Technology, Gender, and Justice: The Standpoint of the Vulnerable" (Springer, 2019)03/21/2019
    39:49
  17. 25.
    Michael C. Desch, "Cult of the Irrelevant: The Waning Influence of Social Science on National Security" (Princeton UP, 2019)03/19/2019
    25:03
  18. 26.
    Discussion of Massive Online Peer Review and Open Access Publishing03/19/2019
    30:24
  19. 27.
    Gregory Dawes, "Galileo and the Conflict between Religion and Science" (Routledge, 2016)03/18/2019
    45:13
  20. 28.
    Kate Ervine, "Carbon" (Polity, 2018)03/12/2019
    49:30
  21. 29.
    Kartik Hosanagar, "A Human’s Guide to Machine Intelligence: How Algorithms Are Shaping Our Lives" (Viking, 2019)03/12/2019
    53:45
  22. 30.
    David Colander and Craig Freedman, "Where Economics Went Wrong: Chicago's Abandonment of Classical Liberalism" (Princeton UP, 2018)03/11/2019
    41:01
  23. 31.
    Rick Van Noy, "Sudden Spring: Stories of Adaptation in a Climate-Changed South" (U Georgia Press, 2019)03/08/2019
    47:49
  24. 32.
    Emily Baum, "The Invention of Madness: State, Society, and the Insane in Modern China" (U Chicago Press, 2018)03/08/2019
    1:04:51
  25. 33.
    James Schwoch, "Wired into Nature: The Telegraph and the North American Frontier" (U Illinois Press, 2018)03/06/2019
    49:59
  26. 34.
    Thomas F. Gieryn, "Truth-Spots: How Places Make People Believe" (U Chicago, 2018)03/05/2019
    1:03:06
  27. 35.
    Michael Ruse, "The Problem of War: Darwinism, Christianity, and Their Battle to Understand Human Conflict" (Oxford UP, 2018)03/05/2019
    57:20
  28. 36.
    Trent MacNamara, "Birth Control and American Modernity: A History of Popular Ideas" (Cambridge UP, 2018)03/04/2019
    50:56
  29. 37.
    Geraldine Heng, "The Invention of Race in the European Middle Ages" (Cambridge UP, 2018)02/26/2019
    59:11
  30. 38.
    Joy Lisi Rankin, "A People’s History of Computing in the United States" (Harvard UP, 2018).02/19/2019
    38:28
  31. 39.
    Jieun Baek, "North Korea's Hidden Revolution: How the Information Underground Is Transforming a Closed Society" (Yale UP, 2016)02/12/2019
    1:01:27
  32. 40.
    Peter Hotez, "Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel’s Autism: My Journey as a Vaccine Scientist, Pediatrician, and Autism Dad" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2018)02/07/2019
    40:48
  33. 41.
    Adrienne Mayor, "Gods and Robots: Myths, Machines, and Ancient Dreams of Technology" (Princeton UP, 2018)02/06/2019
    40:08
  34. 42.
    Matthew Longo, "The Politics of Borders: Sovereignty, Security, and the Citizen after 9/11" (Cambridge UP, 2017)02/04/2019
    53:29
  35. 43.
    John Torpey, "The Three Axial Ages: Moral, Material, Mental" (Rutgers UP, 2017)01/30/2019
    30:02
  36. 44.
    Jan English-Lueck, "Cultures@SiliconValley: Second Edition" (Stanford UP, 2017)01/28/2019
    1:06:37
  37. 45.
    Nicholas Bauch, "Geography of Digestion: Biotechnology and the Kellogg Enterprise" (U California Press, 2017)01/11/2019
    1:00:54
  38. 46.
    Megan Finn, "Documenting Aftermath: Information Infrastructures in the Wake of Disasters" (MIT Press, 2018)01/08/2019
    53:47
  39. 47.
    Alex Bentley and Michael O'Brien, "The Acceleration of Cultural Change: From Ancestors to Algorithms" (MIT Press, 2017)01/08/2019
    49:21
  40. 48.
    Julian Gill-Peterson, "Histories of the Transgender Child" (U Minnesota Press, 2018)01/08/2019
    1:01:27
  41. 49.
    Lindsey Fitzharris, "The Butchering Art: Joseph Lister’s Quest to Transform the Grisly World of Victorian Medicine" (Scientific American, 2017)01/07/2019
    45:09
  42. 50.
    Paul A. Offit, "Do You Believe in Magic?: Vitamins, Supplements, and All Things Natural" (Harper, 2014)12/28/2018
    49:33
  43. 51.
    Audra J. Wolfe, "Freedom’s Laboratory: The Cold War Struggle for the Soul of Science" (Johns Hopkins UP, 2018)12/27/2018
    58:58
  44. 52.
    Perrin Selcer, "The Postwar Origins of the Global Environment" (Columbia UP, 2018)12/24/2018
    1:03:45
  45. 53.
    Pamela E. Klassen, "The Story of Radio Mind: A Missionary's Journey on Indigenous Land" (U Chicago Press, 2018)12/24/2018
    49:59
  46. 54.
    Suman Seth, "Difference and Disease: Medicine, Race, and the Eighteenth-Century British Empire" (Cambridge UP, 2018)12/19/2018
    40:50
  47. 55.
    Howard Chiang, "After Eunuchs: Science, Medicine, and the Transformation of Sex in Modern China" (Columbia UP, 2018)12/17/2018
    1:06:10
  48. 56.
    Mark Rice, "Making Machu Picchu: The Politics of Tourism in Twentieth-Century Peru" (UNC Press, 2018)12/11/2018
    1:01:49
  49. 57.
    Paola Bertucci, "Artisanal Enlightenment: Science and the Mechanical Arts in Old Regime France" (Yale UP, 2018)12/06/2018
    53:12
  50. 58.
    McKenzie Wark, "General Intellects: Twenty-One Thinkers for the Twenty-First Century" (Verso, 2017)12/06/2018
    1:01:16
  51. 59.
    Alireza Doostdar, "The Iranian Metaphysicals: Explorations in Science, Islam, and the Uncanny" (Princeton UP, 2018)12/05/2018
    59:14
  52. 60.
    Amanda H. Lynch and Siri Veland, "Urgency in the Anthropocene" (MIT Press, 2018)12/03/2018
    53:21
  53. 61.
    Stefanos Geroulanos and Todd Meyers, "The Human Body in the Age of Catastrophe: Brittleness, Integration, Science, and the Great War" (U Chicago Press, 2018)11/28/2018
    58:18
  54. 62.
    Michael E. Staub, “The Mismeasure of Minds: Debating Race and Intelligence Between Brown and The Bell Curve” (UNC Press, 2018)11/21/2018
    36:05
  55. 63.
    Shobita Parthasarathy, “Patent Politics: Life Forms, Markets, and the Public Interest in the United States and Europe” (U Chicago Press, 2017)11/21/2018
    1:00:05
  56. 64.
    Steven Shaviro, “Discognition” (Repeater Books, 2016)11/20/2018
    1:06:00
  57. 65.
    Geraint F. Lewis and Luke A. Barnes, “A Fortunate Universe: Life in a Finely Tuned Cosmos” (Cambridge UP, 2016)11/13/2018
    40:49
  58. 66.
    David P. Barash, “Through a Glass Brightly: Using Science to See Our Species as We Really Are” (Oxford UP, 2018)11/13/2018
    1:20:07
  59. 67.
    Andrew C. A. Elliott, “Is That a Big Number?” (Oxford UP, 2018)11/09/2018
    51:37
  60. 68.
    Anindita Banerjee, “Russian Science Fiction Literature and Cinema: A Critical Reader” (Academic Studies Press, 2018)11/08/2018
    41:11
  61. 69.
    Raymond Boyle, “The Talent Industry: Television, Cultural Intermediaries and New Digital Pathways” (Palgrave, 2018)11/06/2018
    38:41
  62. 70.
    Daniel Stolz, “The Lighthouse and the Observatory: Islam, Science, and Empire in Late Ottoman Egypt” (Cambridge UP, 2018)11/05/2018
    55:33
  63. 71.
    Mike Ananny, “Networked Press Freedom: Creating Infrastructures For a Public Right to Hear” (MIT Press, 2018)11/05/2018
    42:34
  64. 72.
    J. Obert, A. Poe, A. Sarat, eds., “The Lives of Guns” (Oxford UP, 2018)11/01/2018
    31:46
  65. 73.
    Nathan K. Finney and Tyrell O. Mayfield, “Redefining the Modern Military: The Intersection of Profession and Ethics” (Naval Institute Press, 2018)10/31/2018
    51:35
  66. 74.
    Caitlin C. Rosenthal, “Accounting for Slavery: Masters and Management” (Harvard UP, 2018)10/31/2018
    37:14
  67. 75.
    N. M. Sambaluk, “The Other Space Race: Eisenhower and the Quest for Aerospace Security” (Naval Institute Press, 2015)10/29/2018
    1:25:12
  68. 76.
    Hugh Cagle, “Assembling the Tropics: Science and Medicine in Portugal’s Empire, 1450-1700” (Cambridge UP, 2018)10/22/2018
    57:18
  69. 77.
    Lee Humphreys, “The Qualified Self: Social Media and the Accounting of Everyday Life” (MIT Press, 2018)10/19/2018
    25:18
  70. 78.
    Wade Roush, ed., “Twelve Tomorrows” (MIT Press, 2018)10/18/2018
    39:10
  71. 79.
    Yulia Frumer, “Making Time: Astronomical Time Measurement in Tokugawa Japan” (U Chicago Press, 2018)10/17/2018
    1:09:30
  72. 80.
    Robert A. Wilson, “The Eugenic Mind Project” (MIT Press, 2017)10/15/2018
    1:05:38
  73. 81.
    Rachel Z. Arndt, “Beyond Measure” (Sarabande Books, 2018)10/12/2018
    29:28
  74. 82.
    Dániel Margócsy, et al., “The Fabrica of Andreas Vesalius: A Worldwide Descriptive Census, Ownership, and Annotations of the 1543 and 1555 Editions” (Brill, 2018)10/11/2018
    1:02:11
  75. 83.
    Theodore M. Porter, “Genetics in the Madhouse: The Unknown History of Human Heredity” (Princeton UP, 2018)10/11/2018
    53:13
  76. 84.
    Hervé Guillemain, “Schizophrenics in the Twentieth Century: The Side Effects of History” (Alma, 2018)10/09/2018
    39:43
  77. 85.
    Benjamin R. Siegel, “Hungry Nation: Food, Famine, and the Making of Modern India” (Cambridge UP, 2018)10/05/2018
    40:41
  78. 86.
    Peter Harries-Jones, “Upside-Down Gods: Gregory Bateson’s World of Difference” (Fordham UP, 2016)10/04/2018
    1:02:45
  79. 87.
    Byron Reese, “The Fourth Age: Smart Robots, Conscious Computers, and the Future of Humanity” (Simon & Schuster, 2018)10/04/2018
    1:11:25
  80. 88.
    Cameron B. Strang, “Frontiers of Science: Imperialism and Natural Knowledge in the Gulf South Borderlands, 1500-1850” (UNC Press, 2018)10/03/2018
    40:52
  81. 89.
    P.W. Singer and Emerson T. Brooking, “LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2018)10/02/2018
    48:32
  82. 90.
    Hilary A. Smith, “Forgotten Disease: Illnesses Transformed in Chinese Medicine” (Stanford UP, 2017)09/25/2018
    1:09:01
  83. 91.
     Megan Raby, “American Tropics: The Caribbean Roots of Biodiversity Science” (UNC Press, 2017)09/18/2018
    37:41
  84. 92.
    Andrew J. Hogan, “Life Histories of Genetic Disease: Patterns and Prevention in Postwar Medical Genetics” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2016)09/13/2018
    32:24
  85. 93.
    Rebecca Reich, “State of Madness: Psychiatry, Literature and Dissent After Stalin” (Northern Illinois UP, 2018)09/10/2018
    52:20
  86. 94.
    Megan Ward, “Seeming Human: Artificial Intelligence and Victorian Realist Character” (OSU Press, 2018)09/07/2018
    33:05
  87. 95.
    N.A.J. Taylor and R. Jacobs, eds., “Reimagining Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Nuclear Humanities in the Post-Cold War” (Routledge, 2017)09/05/2018
    2:00:25
  88. 96.
    G. Mitman, M. Armiero and R. S. Emmett (eds.), “Future Remains: A Cabinet of Curiosities for the Anthropocene” (U Chicago Press, 2018)08/29/2018
    32:53
  89. 97.
    Michelle Perro and Vincanne Adams, “What’s Making Our Children Sick?” (Chelsea Green Publishing, 2017)08/23/2018
    1:26:56
  90. 98.
    Paul Offit, “Bad Advice: Or Why Celebrities, Politicians, and Activists Aren’t Your Best Source of Health Information” (Columbia UP, 2018)08/17/2018
    49:01
  91. 99.
    Julie A. Cohn, “The Grid: Biography of an American Technology” (MIT Press, 2017)08/15/2018
    20:46
  92. 100.
    Yves Citton, “The Ecology of Attention” (Polity Press, 2017)08/13/2018
    1:08:46
  93. 101.
    Dorothy H. Crawford, “Deadly Companions: How Microbes Shaped our History” (Oxford UP, 2018)08/09/2018
    48:19
  94. 102.
    Casey Walsh, “Virtuous Waters: Mineral Springs, Bathing, and Infrastructure in Mexico” (U California Press, 2018).08/02/2018
    55:05
  95. 103.
    Courtney Fullilove, “The Profit of the Earth: The Global Seeds of American Agriculture” (U Chicago Press, 2017)07/31/2018
    35:20
  96. 104.
    Sabina Leonelli, “Data-Centric Biology: A Philosophical Study” (U Chicago Press, 2016)07/27/2018
    39:55
  97. 105.
    Pablo Gomez, “The Experiential Caribbean: Creating Knowledge and Healing in the Early Modern Atlantic” (UNC Press, 2017).07/24/2018
    51:34
  98. 106.
    David Peter Stroh, “Systems Thinking For Social Change” (Chelsea Green, 2015)07/20/2018
    44:48
  99. 107.
    Randi Hutter Epstein, “Aroused: The History of Hormones and How They Control Just About Everything” (Norton, 2018)07/18/2018
    42:38
  100. 108.
    Eli Maor, “Music by the Numbers: From Pythagoras to Schoenberg” (Princeton UP, 2018)07/18/2018
    54:42
  101. 109.
    Eric Winsberg, “Philosophy and Climate Science” (Cambridge UP, 2018)07/16/2018
    1:05:59
  102. 110.
    Ari Heinrich, “Chinese Surplus: Biopolitical Aesthetics and the Medically Commodified Body” (Duke UP, 2018)07/10/2018
    45:40
  103. 111.
    Gary Bruce, “Through the Lion Gate: A History of the Berlin Zoo” (Oxford UP, 2017)07/09/2018
    58:04
  104. 112.
    Joanna Radin, “Life on Ice: A History of New Uses for Cold Blood” (U Chicago Press, 2017)07/04/2018
    46:08
  105. 113.
    Christopher G. White, “Other Worlds: Spirituality and the Search for Invisible Dimensions” (Harvard UP, 2018)07/04/2018
    1:18:48
  106. 114.
    Assa Doron and Robin Jeffrey, “Waste of a Nation: Growth and Garbage in India” (Harvard UP, 2018)06/29/2018
    48:22
  107. 115.
    Adam Tanner, “Our Bodies, Our Data: How Companies Make Billions Selling Our Medical Records” (Beacon Press, 2017)06/28/2018
    54:37
  108. 116.
    Joy Rohde, “Armed with Expertise: The Militarization of American Social Research During the Cold War” (Cornell UP, 2013)06/27/2018
    47:27
  109. 117.
    Londa Schiebinger, “Secret Cures of Slaves: People, Plants, and Medicine in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World” (Stanford UP, 2017)06/27/2018
    40:40
  110. 118.
    Peter Sahlins, “1668: The Year of the Animal in France” (Zone Books, 2017)06/19/2018
    51:57
  111. 119.
    Laura Kalba, “Color in the Age of Impressionism: Commerce, Technology, and Art” (Penn State UP, 2018)06/14/2018
    58:48
  112. 120.
    Lisa Walters, “Margaret Cavendish: Gender, Science, and Politics” (Cambridge UP, 2014)06/12/2018
    48:05
  113. 121.
    Jacob N. Shapiro, “Small Wars, Big Data: The Information Revolution in Modern Conflict” (Princeton UP, 2018)06/07/2018
    53:40
  114. 122.
    Larry Cuban, “The Flight of a Butterfly or the Path of a Bullet? Using Technology to Transform Teaching and Learning” (Harvard Education Press, 2018)06/06/2018
    32:40
  115. 123.
    Hala Auji, “Printing Arab Modernity: Book Culture and the American Press in Nineteenth-Century Beirut” (Brill, 2016)06/05/2018
    49:20
  116. 124.
    Kyla Schuller, “The Biopolitics of Feeling: Race, Sex, and Science in the Nineteenth Century” (Duke UP, 2017)06/01/2018
    56:40
  117. 125.
    Eden Medina, “Cybernetic Revolutionaries: Technology and Politics in Allende’s Chile” (MIT Press, 2011)06/01/2018
    1:03:44
  118. 126.
    Martha Few, “For All Humanity: Mesoamerican and Colonial Medicine in Enlightenment Guatemala” (U Arizona Press, 2015)05/18/2018
    1:03:14
  119. 127.
    Jörg Matthias Determann, “Space Science and the Arab World: Astronauts, Observatories, and Nationalism in the Middle East” (I. B. Tauris, 2018)05/11/2018
    58:51
  120. 128.
    Mark A. McCutcheon, “The Medium Is the Monster: Canadian Adaptations of Frankenstein and the Discourse of Technology” (Athabasca UP, 2018)05/03/2018
    1:17:04
  121. 129.
    B.J. Mendelson, “Privacy: And How to Get It Back” (Curious Reads, 2017)05/03/2018
    45:28
  122. 130.
    Sam Kean, “The Tale of the Dueling Neurosurgeons” (Little, Brown and Co., 2015)04/26/2018
    56:33
  123. 131.
    Aimi Hamraie, “Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability” (U Minnesota Press, 2017)04/25/2018
    42:27
  124. 132.
    David J. Silverman, “Thundersticks: Firearms and the Violent Transformation of Native America” (Harvard UP, 2016)04/24/2018
    44:30
  125. 133.
    Sigrid Schmalzer, et. al., “Science for the People: Documents from America’s Movement of Radical Scientists (UMass Press, 2018)04/23/2018
    57:53
  126. 134.
    Jenny Reardon, “The Postgenomic Condition: Ethics, Knowledge and Justice after the Genome” (U Chicago Press, 2017)04/20/2018
    1:06:56
  127. 135.
    George Perkovich and Ariel E. Levite, “Understanding Cyber Conflict: 14 Analogies” (Georgetown UP, 2017)04/18/2018
    52:43
  128. 136.
    Susan M. Squier, “Epigenetic Landscapes: Drawings as Metaphor” (Duke UP, 2017)04/17/2018
    44:38
  129. 137.
    Thomas Morris, “The Matter of the Heart: A History of the Heart in Eleven Operations” (Thomas Dunne, 2018)04/11/2018
    1:01:39
  130. 138.
    Natasha Zaretsky, “Radiation Nation: Three Mile Island and the Political Transformation of the 1970s” (Columbia UP, 2018)04/09/2018
    59:51
  131. 139.
    Stephen Monteiro, “The Fabric of Interface: Mobile Media, Design, and Gender” (MIT Press, 2017)04/06/2018
    26:09
  132. 140.
    Hanna Engelmeier, “Man, the Ape: Anthropology and the Reception of Darwin in Germany, 1850-1900” (Bohlau, 2016)04/02/2018
    20:06
  133. 141.
    Alex Wade, “Playback: A Genealogy of 1980s British Videogames” (Bloomsbury Academic, 2018)03/23/2018
    48:22
  134. 142.
    Bruce Clarke, “Neocybernetics and Narrative” (University of Minnesota Press, 2014)03/22/2018
    1:17:18
  135. 143.
    Menachem Fisch, “Creatively Undecided: Toward a History and Philosophy of Scientific Agency” (U Chicago Press, 2017 )03/15/2018
    1:03:51
  136. 144.
    Anthimos Tsirigotis, “Cybernetics, Warfare, and Discourse” Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)03/06/2018
    50:54
  137. 145.
    Christopher J. Lee, “Jet Lag” (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017)02/27/2018
    48:43
  138. 146.
    Molly Wright Steenson, “Architectural Intelligence: How Designers and Architects Created the Digital Landscape” (MIT Press, 2017)02/27/2018
    23:06
  139. 147.
    Jennifer Hart, “Ghana on the Go: African Mobility in the Age of Motor Transportation” (Indiana UP, 2016)02/23/2018
    57:50
  140. 148.
    Michael Shermer, “Heavens on Earth: The Scientific Search for the Afterlife, Immortality, and Utopia” (Henry Holt, 2018)02/20/2018
    53:25
  141. 149.
    Howard I. Kushner, “On the Other Hand: Left Hand, Right Brain, Mental Disorder, and History” (Johns Hopkins UP, 2017)02/14/2018
    47:31
  142. 150.
    Andrew Keen, “How To Fix The Future” (Atlantic Monthly Press, 2018)02/06/2018
    59:05
  143. 151.
    Nick Montfort, “The Future” (MIT, 2017)01/29/2018
    31:02
  144. 152.
    Leo Coleman, “A Moral Technology: Electrification as Political Ritual in New Delhi” (Cornell UP, 2017)01/19/2018
    51:08
  145. 153.
    Thomas Mullaney, “The Chinese Typewriter: A History” (MIT Press, 2017)01/09/2018
    2:15:06
  146. 154.
    Liss C. Werner, “Cybernetics: State of the Art” (Tech Uni of Berlin Press, 2017)01/09/2018
    1:14:59
  147. 155.
    Charlotte DeCroes Jacobs, “Jonas Salk: A Life” (Oxford UP, 2015)12/29/2017
    57:57
  148. 156.
    Chelsea Schelly, “Dwelling in Resistance: Living with Alternative Technologies in America” (Rutgers UP, 2017)12/28/2017
    32:41
  149. 157.
    Julien Mailland and Kevin Driscoll, “Minitel: Welcome to the Internet” (MIT Press, 2017)12/21/2017
    56:15
  150. 158.
    Jason Josephson-Storm, “The Myth of Disenchantment: Magic, Modernity, and the Birth of the Human Sciences” (U. Chicago, 2017)12/21/2017
    1:03:31
  151. 159.
    Alfie Bown, “The Playstation Dreamworld” (Polity, 2017)12/20/2017
    42:18
  152. 160.
    Zek Valkyrie, “Game Worlds Get Real: How Who We Are Online Became Who We Are Offline” (Praeger, 2017)12/15/2017
    54:25
  153. 161.
    Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow, “Personal Stereo” (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017)12/12/2017
    33:47
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