[SIGCIS-Members] Call for Ideas!

Javier Arbona arbona at alum.mit.edu
Wed Aug 24 11:44:17 PDT 2016

hi everyone,
I am putting together a course for next term for my department's offering
of "Technology in American Lives". Some of it covers infrastructure. I have
an ongoing biblio here, which you are welcome to browse:
Please feel free to send me any suggestions. As far as infrastructure
studies, I don't think anyone here has mentioned Deborah Cowen's excellent *The
Deadly Life of Logistics.* Another "canonical" author would be David Nye,
especially *American Technological Sublime*.
Hope this helps.



On Mon, Aug 22, 2016 at 1:20 PM, Dag Spicer <dspicer at computerhistory.org>

> Can anyone suggest some canonical and effective texts in Infrastructure
> Studies?
> Thanks!
> Dag
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