[SIGCIS-Members] Book announcement
mhicks1 at iit.edu
Wed Nov 14 10:45:19 PST 2018
So excited to read this--I already have my copy. Congratulations on the publication of this exciting and timely volume, Joy!
Marie Hicks, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, History of Technology
Illinois Institute of Technology
Chicago, IL USA
mhicks1 at iit.edu | mariehicks.net | @histoftech
Programmed Inequality: How Britain Discarded Women Technologists and Lost Its Edge in Computing
On Nov 14, 2018, at 12:26 PM, Sweeney, Miriam <mesweeney1 at ua.edu> wrote:
Congratulations, Joy! What a wonderful contribution to the field!
Miriam E. Sweeney
Assistant Professor , School of Library and Information Studies
The University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa , AL
mesweeney1 at ua.edu | https://slis.ua.edu/
> On Nov 14, 2018, at 11:18 AM, drjoy <drjoy at joyrankin.com> wrote:
> Dear SIGCIS Colleagues,
> I wrote a book!
> A People's History of Computing in the United States was published by Harvard University Press last month. It's now available as a hardcover, e-book, and audiobook (also accessible via your Audible subscription) on Amazon and elsewhere. (Today it's just $20.04 on Amazon.) I hope you'll read it, assign it, and share it.
> Here's my one-sentence summary: During the 1960s and 1970s American students and educators collaboratively created personal computing and social networking on the academic computing networks they built and used; although developed with a vision of computing for the public good, those networks also retrenched the limited gender roles of the Cold War nuclear family.
> Thank you for making the space for me to share, revise, and improve this work starting when I was a graduate student. I've greatly appreciated the support of the SIGCIS community, especially over the past year or so.
> Dr. Joy Lisi Rankin
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