Nobel portraits by the German photographer Peter Badge, accompanying the Smithsonian exhibition, Nobel Voices. Includes statements by the laureates and brief essays by various authors.
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Catalog for an exhibition on Nobel Laureates at the University of Aachen, Germany. Considers the effects of National Socialism on German scientists
A study of cities centered on large technological projects
A Study of a pioneer in the history of technology and invention
Book of essays resulting from a multidisciplinary conference on the role of invention in mitigating environmental problems.
The emergence of an academic ethos at the Smithsonian
Collection of articles on effect of declining state budgets on national scientific and research institutions, including the work of museums and other cultural institutions.
A cultural study of boundary problems in the development of modern science exhibitions.
Examination of atom bomb exhibitions at the American Museum of Science and Energy
Ideologies of technological progress in the planning of the first Chinese "Eco-City"
What makes a laboratory an inventive space?
The prospects of atomic warfare and the dispersal of cities.
Expands on the exhibition of similar name.
Focuses on the creation of the stained glass windows for the Bryn Athyn Cathedral to explore the relationship between a religious community and the arts and crafts movement in the early twentieth century.
Explores the influence of working-class women on suburban life and the design of household goods in post-World War II America.
Examines the marketing strategies designers used to appeal to the middle-class consumer and the ways manufacturers, advertisers, designers, and government agencies constructed ideas about women, family, and society in the 1930s. Includes illustrations of trade literature in the NMAH library collections.
Offers a reconsideration of postwar class relations by exploring the influence of working-class women on American social life and culture.
Analyzes the design and acceptance of new domestic technologies in the 1930s as part of defining a modern American social order.