Friday, December 30, 2005

Some Reading...

E. Robinson. "Training captains of industry..." Annals of Science 10. 1954. 301-313. TAY Q124.A1A5
---. "The international exchange of men and machines." Business History 1. (1958) 3-15. BUS HF11.B8
---. "An English Jacobin: James Watt, junior..." Cambridge Historical Journal 11 (1955) 349-55. JSTOR
Schofield. The Lunar Society of Birmingham. TAY Q41.B5S38
Uglow. The Lunar Men.
Musson and Robinson. Science and Technology in the Industrial Revolution. TAY DBW Q127.G4M83
Musson. Science technology and economic growth in the eighteen century. DBW HC254.5.M86
Priestly. Scientific correspondence of Joseph Priestley. DBW QD3.P74 1969
Smiles. Lives of Boulton and Watt. DBW TJ140.B6S55 1865
Tann/Boulton. The selected papers of Boulton and Watt. DBW TJ461.B68 1981
The Diary of Samuel Pepys. HUR DA447.P4A4 1970b
Catalogue of the Pepys Library. dbw z792.c1789
Luborsky. A guide to Enlish illustrated books, 1563-1603. DBW Z5947.3.G7L83 1998
Walton. "The mathematical and military sciences in Renaissance England." Endeavour. 24.4: 152-156. ONLINE
Dear. "Revolutionizing the sciences." Isis. (2002)93.2 ONLINE
Shumaker. "Accounts of marvelous machines in the Renaissance." Thought (1976). 51.202: 255-270. DBW AP2.T35.
Hall. The revolution in science. DBW Q125.H22 1983.
Edmonson, James. From mecanicien to Engineer. Technical Education and the machine-building industry in nineteenth-century france. New York: Graland, 1988. HUR HD970.F7E35
Hounshell, David A. From the American System to Mass Production 1800-1932. John Hopkins University Press, 1984. DBW TS149.H68 1984
Kranakis. Social determinants of engineering practice. Social Studies of Science. 1989. 19: 5-70.
Smith, Marx. Does Technology Drive History? MIT Press.1994. DBW T14.5.D64 1994
Picon. French Architects and Engineers in the Age of Englightenment. Cambridge University Press, 1992. DBW NA1046.5.N4P513 1991
Latour. Aramis. DBW HE4769.P3L3813 1996
Rosenberg. 1982. Inside the black box. DBW HC79.T4R673 1982.
Fleck. Genesis and the development of the scientific fact. DBW Q175.5.F5913

And a few conference papers that look particularly enticing, especially as I grapple with some of the Schumpterian assumptions in the models:

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