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Technology's Workforce

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Ferrum 91/2019

Gerhard Dohrn-van Rossum
Clockmakers as the prototype of technical experts in pre-modern Europe: The interaction of technical competencies among engineers in the Renaissance
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Franziska Eggimann
Technology’s walk-on roles
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“Working together means thinking together”: The history of the employee suggestion system at GF
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Pamela O. Long
Bricolagic Practitioners and the Fluid Culture of Skilled Work in Late Sixteenth-Century Rome
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Fay Lundh Nilsson, Per-Olof Grönberg
For the Promotion of Industrialization: Technical Upper Secondary Schools in Sweden 1855-1920
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Nicolau Lutz
“Dear Fischer, we are of one mind!”
The relationship between Johann Conrad Fischer and Archduke Johann of Austria – a story of metallurgy, sense of rank, and restoration
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Peter Moser
“Motor culture” overrides “steam culture”. Konrad von Meyenburg’s rotary tiller: development and reception history
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Rupert Pichler
Innovation in large enterprises: Hubert Hauttmann – an Austrian career in industrial research
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Laura Platte, Kathrin Schönefeld, Karl Hees
Artificial intelligence in production technology – a humiliation for engineers
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Reinhard Reith
Animal laborans and homo faber: An historical approach to the “craftsman orientation”
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Leonard N. Rosenband
Journeymen Paperworkers, the Industrious Revolution, and the Industrial Enlightenment in Europe, c. 1700-1800
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Florian Ruhland
Where do our books come from? Provenance in the Iron Library
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Nina Schläfli
Transnational technology transfers: Launch and establishment of steamship construction at Escher Wyss & Cie.
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Corinna Schlombs
Unrecognized persons in computer technology: Data input in the banking sector
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Olaf Schmidt-Rutsch
Not a textbook example of labor: The Industrial Labor Memory Archive of the LWL Industrial Museum
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Serenity Sutherland
Women in Chemistry's Workforce
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