Thursday, February 25, 2016

Recent Scholarship in Automotive History

Recent Scholarship in Automotive History

Peter Norton, “Four Paradigms: Traffic Safety in the Twentieth Century United States,” Technology & Culture, 56 (April, 2015), 319-34.

James M. Wetmore, “Delegating to the Automobile,” Technology & Culture, 56 (April, 2015), 440-463.

Gijs Mom, “Orchestrating Automobile Technology: Comfort, Mobility Culture and the Construction of the Family Touring Car 1917-1940”,  Technology &
, 55(2014), 299-325.

David Z. Morris, “Cars with the Boom: identity and Territory in American Postwar Automobile Sound,” Technology & Culture, 55(2014), 326-353.

Stefan Krebs, “Dial Gauge Verses Senses 1-0: German Car Mechanics and the Introduction of New Diagnostic Equipment 1950-1980,” Technology & Culture, 55 (2014), 354-389.”

David N. Lucsko, “Of Clunkers and Camaros: Accelerated Vehicle Retirement Programs and the Automobile Enthusiast 1990-2009,” Technology  & Culture, 55(2014), 390-428.

Chrisotpher Neumair, “Eco-Friendly Verses Cancer Causing: perceptions of Diesel Cars in West Germany and the United States 1970-1990,” Technology and Culture, 55 (2014), 429-460.

David E. Greenstein, “Assembling Fordizm: The Production of Automobiles, Americans and Bolshevism in Detroit and Early Soviet Russia,” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 56 (2014), 259-289.

Chris Lezotte, “Born to take the Highway: Women, the Automobile and Rock ‘n’ Roll,” Journal of American Culture, 36 (September 2013), 161-176.

Carl A. Zimring, “The Complex Environmental Legacy of the Automobile Shredder,” Technology and Culture, 52 (2011).

Tomas Errazuriz, “Santiago/Chile on Wheels. Three Distinctions to Help Understand how Automobiles have Impacted Latin American Cities ,” icon, 13( 2007), 125-134.

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