Archives:Books and Archival Publications

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The publications below may be of special interest to users of the Engineering and Technology History Wiki. Many have been released to the ETHW and are available in full text.

Books by Current and Former IEEE History Center Staff[edit | edit source]

To see a list of books on the history of technology published by the IEEE History Center Press please click here.

Articles by IEEE History Center Current and Former Staff[edit | edit source]

To see all the articles on the history of technology written by IEEE History Center staff for IEEE-USA Insight 2015 and later please click here. For articles from 2008 - 2014, click here.

To see all the articles written by IEEE History Center staff for IEEE's Today's Engineer 2014 and earlier please click here and search by History.

The Electrical Century, a twelve-part series written for Proceedings of the IEEE by History Center staff on the occasion of the new millennium

Proceedings through 100 Years 1900-2000 a twelve-part series written for Proceedings of the IEEE by IEEE History Center staff on the occasion of the Proceedings centennial

'Scanning Our Past' articles from Proceedings of the IEEE[edit | edit source]

Scanning Our Past articles are available from IEEEXplore. Many written by IEEE History Center staff, some by others. If you are interested in writing a history article for Proceedings of the IEEE in the 'Scanning the Past' department, please see Proceedings author guidelines.

The popular 'Did You Know?' series of articles in IEEE's The Institute began with Did You Know? Historical Facts that are Not True, January 2013

Other Publications in Journals and Conference Proceedings[edit | edit source]

  • Geselowitz, Michael
    • "The bioelectrical century: bioelectrical engineering and the 'inside story' of the electrical century," Proceedings of the IEEE, 1999 (with D. B. Geselowitz)
    • "Preserving the Legacy of RAS," IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 2000
    • "Guest editorial: the educational activities of the IEEE history center," IEEE Transactions on Education, 2000
    • "The IEEE Virtual Museum: Using Web Based Education And A Humanistic Approach To Promote Engineering At The K-12 Level," Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference, 2002.
    • "The educational value of teaching biomedical engineering history," Proceedings of the 2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2010 (with R.S. Leder)
    • "Ted Saad's contributions to IEEE's historical activities," Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium, 2011
    • The US Federal Government and Innovation - A Brief History (with Sheldon Hochheiser and John Vardalas), IEEE-USA, 2012
    • "History of Technology and Education: The Role of Associations", Proceedings of the Third IEEE HISTory of ELectro-technology CONference (HISTELCON), 2012
    • "Using history of technology to promote an understanding of the impact of engineering solutions among practitioners at the university level," Proceedings of the Third IEEE HISTory of ELectro-technology CONference (HISTELCON), 2012
    • "Pacemakers" (with R. S. Leder), Proceedings of the IEEE, 2013 (Volume 01), #8:1882-1888
    • "An On-line Course in the History of Engineering and Technology," Proceedings the ASEE Annual Conference, 2013
    • Did You Know? Someone Else Wrote Maxwell's Equations, IEEE The Institute, May 2013
    • "Oral Histories of Distinguished Female Leaders: Inspiring the Next Generation of Young People in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)," Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference, 2014 (with numerous co-authors)
    • "The Role of Undergraduate History of Engineering in the Formation of Engineers: A New Interdisciplinary, Experiential Approach" (with John Vardalas), Proceedings of the 2015 Northeast Section American Society for Engineering Education Conference, ASEE, 2015 (winner of Best Paper Prize)
    • "The trireme-high-tech weapon of the ancient seas," Proceedings of the Fourth IEEE HISTory of ELectro-technology CONference (HISTELCON), 2015 (with J. Vardalas)
    • "Oral History Project of Underrepresented Leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)," Proceedings of the 2016 ASEE Annual Conference, 2016 (with numerous co-authors)
    • "Engaging the Next Generation in Preserving Key Oral Histories of Pioneering Engineers," Proceedings of the Fifth IEEE HISTory of ELectro-technology CONference (HISTELCON), 2017.
    • "Following in the Footsteps of Distinguished Leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM): Narratives of the Next Generation of Young People Preserving key Oral Histories of our Societal History," Proceedings of the 2017 ASEE Annual Conference (with numerous co-authors)
    • Contributing Editor of, and author of two chapters in Technology in World History, Oxford University Press, 2005, W. Bernard Carlson, editor,
    • Dr. Geselowitz has also written many articles in IEEE Annals of the History of Computing on a range of technological history topics.
    • Numerous book reviews in a range of publications, including Enterprise & Society, Technology & Culture, and IEEE Spectrum
  • Hellrigel, Mary Ann

Books and Texts on the History of Electrical and Computing Technologies by others[edit | edit source]

Archival Journal Articles on Electrical and Computing Technologies by others[edit | edit source]

For a list of history articles in IEEE Xplore, see History Articles in IEEE Publications