Wednesday, January 21, 2004

Some more reading

My reading list is getting bigger. I'm going to have to start weeding!



When information came of age: technologies of knowledge in the age of reason and revolution, 1700-1850. Headrick. 2000. DBW CB203.H39 2000

Building the trident network: a study in the enrollment of people, knowledge, and machines. Mort. 2002. DBW V993.M67 2002

Knowledge and persuasion in Economics. McCloskey. 1994. DBW HB71.M378 1994

The invisible industrialist: manufacturers and the production of scientific knowledge. Gaudilliere and Lowy. 1998. BUS T175.I59 1998

Reinforced concrete and the modernization of American building. Slaton. 2001.

A Nation transformed by Information: How information has shaped the United States from Colonial Times to the Present. 2000. DBW HC110.I55N37 2000

Management consulting: emergence and dynamics of a knowledge industry. Kipping and Engwall. 2002 BUS HD69.C6M3625 2002

Builders: Herman and George Brown. Pratt and Castaneda. 1999.

Stalin's Railroad: Turksib and the Building of Socialism. Payne. 2001. DBW HE3140.T87P39 2001

Statistics and the German State, 1900-1945: The making of modern economic knowledge. Tooze. 2001. DBW HC285.T668 2001

The practice of everyday life. de Certau. 1984. DBW HN8.C4313 1984

Non-paces: introduction to an anthropology of supermodernity. Auge. 1995.

Heidegger, Habermas and the Mobile Phone. Myerson. 2001.

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