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Introduction
Description of the History E-Book Project
The ACLS
The ACLS Review Board
The Project Directors
The History E-Book Project Center
Why the Electronic History Book?
The Electronic (E-) Book: The New History?
The Participating ACLS Learned Societies
Title Selection
The Author
The Presses
Working with the University Presses
Contractual Arrangements
E-Book Preparation
The Digital Library Production Service
Publication of the History E-Book
Marketing Plan
Subscriptions, Pricing and License to the History E-Book Project
Monitoring Access
Site Updates
Summation

 

The Society for the History of Technology (SHOT)

The Society for the History of Technology
Office of the Executive Secretary, 216B Ames Hall
The Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Tel: 410-516-8349, Fax: 410-516-7502, e-mail: SHOT@jhu.edu

http://shot.press.jhu.edu

 

General Information

The Society for the History of Technology was formed in 1958 to encourage the study of the development of technology and its relations with society and culture. An interdisciplinary organization, SHOT is concerned not only with the history of technological devices and processes, but also with the relations of technology to science, politics, social change, the arts and humanities, and economics. SHOT now numbers almost 2000 individual members and 1500 institutions around the world. In addition to professional historians and museum curators, SHOT members include practicing scientists and engineers, anthropologists, librarians, political scientists, and economists.

Publications

Technology and Culture is a scholarly journal dedicated to the historical study of technology in its relationships with society and culture. Although it is a journal of history, it inclines toward an interdisciplinary view and publishes the work of historians, anthropologists, engineers, scientists, museum curators, archivists, sociologists, and others, on topics ranging from architecture to agriculture to aeronautics. It also has a significant number of contributors and subscribers from outside the United States. The journal is published by the Johns Hopkins University Press.

Project Liaison
Stuart W. Leslie
Department of the History of Science, Medicine and Technology
The Johns Hopkins University
Baltimore, MD 21218
e-mail: swleslie@jhu.edu

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