Technology’s Stories offers innovative, sharp, and compelling storytelling about technology in society, past and present. It aims to engage scholars, students, and the interested general public with the usable past – with stories that can help us make sense of contemporary technological challenges and aspirations. Pieces are strong on content and light on academic jargon, making them especially suitable for undergraduates.
Technology’s Stories is please to announce their latest edition: Energy www.technologystories.org. This edition includes the following:
- Sarah Stanford-McIntyre: “When Oil was Modern”, When Oil was Modern
- Nathan Kapoor: “Batteries Not Included”, Batteries Not Included
- Jonathon Free: “Meet Mr. Kilowatt: Building Demand for Electricity in the Rural U.S. 1936-1040, Meet Mr. Kilowatt
- Plus a feature essay from Abby Spinak, “The Twenty-first Century Oil Encounter: Dispatches from Texas”, Twenty-first Century Oil Encounter: Dispatches from Texas
Interested in putting together an issue for Technology’s Stories? Or publishing a standalone essay? Please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Technology’s Stories invites contributions from across the spectrum, from graduate students to senior scholars.