Technology and Culture, founded in 1959, is the flagship journal for the history of technology. International and interdisciplinary, T&C is published quarterly, offering research articles, essays, and reviews of books, film, museum exhibits and digital projects.
A subscription to T&C includes both the print journal and access to the online version on the Project Muse database.
- Access T&C through Project Muse.
- SHOT members without institutional access: obtain an individual login for Project Muse via Johns Hopkins University Press Journals Division at 410.516.6987 (or toll-free 800.548.1784 within the U.S.) or email at [email protected].
- Contact the editorial office at [email protected].
- Interested in publishing in T&C? Click here.
Historical Perspectives on Technology, Culture, and Society
Produced by the Society for the History of Technology in cooperation with the American Historical Association, this series of booklets draws on the analytical insights of scholars who address technology in a social and cultural context.
- Introduction to the series
- Catalog of volumes in the series
- Invitation to contributors/guidelines
Technology’s Stories: Past and Present.
SHOT’s latest initiative is this open-acess digital magazine featuring essays, blogs, book announcements from SHOT members and more.
Technology’s Stories announces our latest edition: Arctic Technologies! www.technologystories.org
- Tess Lanzarotta and Jeremy Greene, “Communications Technologies as Community Technologies: Alaska Native Villages and the NASA Satellite Health Trials of the 1970s”: Technologies as Community TechnologiesLanzarotta and Green: Communications
- Svetlana Usenyuk-Kravchuk and Nikolai Garin, “Arctic Human Enhancement: Focusing on Traditional Technologies of Arctic Indigenous Peoples”: Usenyuk-Kravchuk and Garin: Arctic Human Enhancement
- Hanna Vikström, “The Rush for Greenlandic Metals”: Vikström: The Rush for Greenlandic Metals
- Plus a feature essay by Blair Stein, “From ‘Snow Eagle’ to ‘Ban the Tan’: Aviation and Canadian Climatic Identity”: Stein: From Snow Eagle to Ban the Tan
The Society’s annual newsletter contains information on issues related to SHOT business and governance, the annual meeting, and other information about the field. For timely announcements of jobs, conferences, fellowships and more, visit the news page on the SHOT website.
- See a sample of the SHOT Newsletter (PDF)
- Select from past issues