Where Minds and Matters Meet: Technology in California and the West - Western Histories 6 (Hardback)Volker Janssen (editor), Amy Bix (author of contributions), Louise Nelson Dyble (author of contributions), Patrick McCray (author of contributions), Linda Nash (author of contributions), Peter Neushul (author of contributions), Matthew W. Roth (author of contributions), Bruce Sinclair (author of contributions), L. Chase Smith (author of contributions), Carlene Stephens (author of contributions)
Hardback 400 Pages / Published: 26/03/2013
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The American West--where such landmarks as the Golden Gate Bridge rival wild landscapes in popularity and iconic significance--has been viewed as a frontier of technological innovation. Where Minds and Matters Meet calls attention to the convergence of Western history and the history of technology, showing that the region's politics and culture have shaped seemingly placeless, global technological practices and institutions. Drawing on political and social history as well as art history, the book's essays take the cultural measure of the region's great technological milestones, including San Diego's Panama-California Exposition, the building of the Hetch Hetchy Dam in the Sierras, and traffic planning in Los Angeles. Contributors: Amy Bix, Louise Nelson Dyble, Patrick McCray, Linda Nash, Peter Neushul, Matthew W. Roth, Bruce Sinclair, L. Chase Smith, Carlene Stephens, Aristotle Tympas, Jason Weems, Peter Westwick, Stephanie Young
Publisher: Huntington Library Press,US
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 517 g
Dimensions: 236 x 158 x 30 mm
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