24-27 October 2019
The Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) was formed in 1958 to encourage the study of the development of technology and its relations with society and culture.
SHOT is an interdisciplinary organization concerned not only with the history of technological devices and processes but also with technology in history (the relationship of technology to politics, economics, science, the arts, and the organization of production) and with the role it plays in the differentiation of individuals in society.
SHOT members represent a wide range of disciplines and professions, from history and the humanities to engineering and science, and come from some thirty-five countries throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
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Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Read about & join one of SHOT's SIGs, created to bring together scholars and professionals with interests in specific fields of the history of technology
Doing History of Technology: Hear about doing the History of Technology and why it matters
SHOT publications: Find out more about our publications including Technology & Culture
A History of Technology for an Age of Crisis 46th Symposium of ICOHTEC in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 13 – 18…Read More
The Society for the History of Technology is happy to announce the appointment of Ruth Oldenziel as the new Editor-in-Chief…Read More
IEEE Life Member History Fellowship, 2020 – 2021 The IEEE Life Member History Fellowship supports one year of full-time graduate…Read More
Interested in a MA or Phd? Now accepting applications for the University of Delaware’s Hagley Program in the History of…Read More
Technology’s Stories is SHOT’s latest initiative – an open-acess digital magazine featuring essays, blogs, book announcements from SHOT members.
We engage readers with the usable past—stories that help us make sense of contemporary technological challenges and aspirations. Technology’s Stories is a place for thinkers to share new insights on the integration of technology with our environments and our social, political, and economic lives.Find out more