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Science and Technology

science and technology - a special edition

The History of Technology: A Young and Vibrant Discipline,
by David W. Lewis
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Illuminating Systems: Thomas Edison and Electrical Incandescence,
by Greg Sanford
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Edward Bellamy’s Looking Backward and the American Ideology of Progress Through Technology,
by Howard P. Segal
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Historiography of the History of Science in America,
by Alan I Marcus
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Darwinism: Evolution or Revolution?,
by Niles R. Holt
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The Scientific Revolution: Paradigm Lost?,
by Robert A. Hatch
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from the editor

Does the History of Science and Technology have a Future?,
by Alan I Marcus
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dialogue

Teaching Citizenship,
by Susan D. Franzosa
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on teaching

Turning Them On the First Day of Class,
by William F. Mugleston
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student speak

Freedom to Teach, Freedom to Learn,
by Greta Grass
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personality profile

Joy Lynn Conwell: History on the Prairie,
by John Garrett
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national history day

Bridging the Gap Between the Sciences and the Humanities: National History Day,
by Lois Scharf and Cathy Gorn
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lesson plans

Technology, the Potomac Canal and National Unity,
by Clair W. Keller
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Giving Up the Gun,
by Robert D. LaRue, Jr.
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History of Science and Technology Through Primary Sources: Thomas Jefferson’s Notes on the State of Virginia,
by Kent D. Mutchler
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The JASON Project: Ghosts of Ancient Fighting Ships,
by Helen H. Carey and Judith E. Greenberg
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educational resources

Science/Technology/Society in the Social Studies,
by Phillip A. Heath
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history headlines

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