Williams A History Of Technology
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Charles Singer, E.J. Holmyard, A.R. Hall, and Trevor I. Williams; Compiled By Richard Raper: A History of Technology: Volume VIII: Consolidated Indexes, Oxford, UK Clarendon Press 1984 ; fester Einband / hard cover; Schutzumschlag / dust cover; 1. Ed. ISBN: 0-19-822905-4
0-19-822905-4 Very Good
Printed Pages: 241. Torn dust-jacket and bumped corners. First Edition Fair Hard Cover 20 Cms x 26 Cms; First Edition
[SW: History of Technology]
Singer, Charles; Holmyard, E. J. ; Hall, A. R. ; Williams, Trevor I. (editors): History of Technology, A 5 Volume Set, 1958 New York Oxford University Press
Hardcover w/ DJ in mylar Very Good in Good+ dust jacket Edition: 1 Spines of dust jackets are yellowed. DJ's are chipped at top and bottom of spines, but no other rips are present.; Professional book dealer since 1975. All orders processed promptly and packaged with care. Satisfaction guaranteed. ; This is a 5 volume set. Highly illustrated. Also contains many tables and maps. Volume 1: From Early Times to Fall of Ancient Empires c. 500 B. C. ; Volume 2: The Mediterranean Civilizations and the Middle Ages c. 700 B. C. To A. D. 1500; Volume 3: The First Impact of Science on Technology c. 1450 to 1750; Volume 4: The Industrial Revolution c. 1750 - 1850; and Volume 5: The Age of Steel c. 1850 - 1900.
[SW: HISTORY TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION ANCIENT MIDDLE AGES RENAISSANCE]
Norton, Mary Beth, ed. The American Historical Association's guide to historical literature. General editor, Mary Beth Norton, associate editor, Pamela Gerardi, New York : Oxford University Press, 1995, ISBN: 0195057279
Contains nearly 27,000 briefly annotated citations to historical literature. The subject categories and their editors: VOLUME ONE: Theory and practice in historical study / Richard T. Vann -- Prehistory / Patty Jo Watson -- World history / Kevin Reilly and Lynda Norene Shaffer -- Science, technology, and medicine / Robert K. DeKosky -- Ancient Near East / Erle Leichty -- Ancient Greece to the end of the Hellenistic period / Mortimer Chambers -- Early Western Europe, pre-Roman North Africa, and Rome / Colin M. Wells -- Byzantium / Alexander P. Kazhdan -- Central Asia / Peter B. Golden -- China to 1644 / Patricia Buckley Ebrey -- China since 1644 / James H. Cole -- Premodern Japan / Martin Collcutt -- Modern Japan / F.G. Notehelfer -- Korea / John B. Duncan and Yong-ho Ch?oe -- South Asia / David Lelyveld and Sanjay Subrahmanyam -- Southeast Asia / David K. Wyatt -- Islamic world to 1500 / Richard Williams Bulliet -- Middle East and North Africa since 1500 / Carter Vaughn Findley -- Sub-Saharan Africa / Margaret Jean Hay and Joseph C. Miller -- Medieval Europe / Fredric L. Cheyette and Marcia L. Colish -- Medieval and modern Jewish history / David B. Ruderman -- Modern Europe, general / Perez Zagorin -- British Isles, 1450-1800 / Derek M. Hirst -- Britain and Ireland since 1760 / R.K. Webb -- France, 1450-1789 / Lawrence M. Bryant -- France since 1789 / Linda L. Clark -- Low Countries and Switzerland / Maarten Ultee and Willard Allen Fletcher -- Italy since 1350 / Paul F. Grendler and Antonio Santosuosso -- Spain and Portugal / Richard L. Kagan and Adrian Shubert -- VOLUME TWO: German states and the Habsburg empire, 1493-1800 / R. Po-chia Hsia -- German states and the Habsburg empire since 1789 / James J. Sheehan -- Scandinavia and the Baltic states / Michael F. Metcalf -- Eastern Europe / Gale Stokes -- Rus', Russia, and the Russian empire / Daniel H. Kaiser -- Soviet Union / Daniel T. Orlovsky -- Native peoples of the Americas / Frederick E. Hoxie -- Latin America to 1800 / Mark A. Burkholder -- Latin America since 1800 / Richard J. Walter -- Colonial North America / Jack P. Greene -- United States, general / Lewis Perry -- American Revolution and early republic, 1754-1815 / David L. Ammerman -- United States, 1815-1877 / Thomas Dublin -- United States, 1877-1920 / Joe W. Trotter -- United States history since 1920 / James T. Patterson -- Canada / John M. Bumsted -- Australasia and Oceania / Stuart Macintyre -- International relations, 1815-1920 / Paul W. Schroeder -- International relations since 1920 / Carole K. Fink. ISBN 0195057279 **Deutsches Konto vorhanden. Verkauf nach Dtld. auf Rechnung, aber Vorkasse bei Paypal. Wegen Gewicht und Grösse, muss man mit höheren Versandkosten rechnen. Ich informiere Sie auf Anfrage.**
Third Edition, 2027pp., two volumes, very good large red cloth, pages a bit wavy, but not significant,
Bridgman - Cohen, I. Bernard. Collection of four (4) offprints by I. Bernard Cohen: 1. I. Bernard Cohen - Newton's Personality and Scientific Thought (8 pages from Actes du VIIIe Congres International d'Histoire des Sciences) / 2. I. Bernard Cohen - American Phycicists at War: from the Revolution to the World Wars (p. 223 - 235) / 3. I. Bernard Cohen - American Physicists at War: from the First World War to 1942 (p. 333 - 346) / 4. I. Bernard Cohen - Science and the Revolution - The Vital Interplay of Engineering and Science with Government had its beginning in War Necessities (4 pages from "The Technology Review - 1945) / 1945-1956
I. Bernard Cohen (1 March 1914 - 20 June 2003) was the Victor S. Thomas Professor of the history of science at Harvard University and the author of many books on the history of science and, in particular, Isaac Newton. Cohen was the first American to receive a Ph.D. in history of science, was a Harvard undergraduate ('37) and then a Ph.D. student and protege of George Sarton who was the founder of Isis and the History of Science Society. Cohen taught at Harvard from 1942 until his death, and his tenure was marked by the development of Harvard's program in the history of science. He went on to succeed Sarton as editor of Isis (1952-1958) and, later, president of the Society (1961-1962); he was also a president of the International Union of the History and Philosophy of Science. Cohen was an internationally recognized Newton scholar; his interests were encyclopedic, ranging from science and public policy to the history of computers, with several decades as a special consultant for history of computing with IBM. Among his hundreds of publications were such major books as Franklin and Newton (1956), The Birth of a New Physics (1959), The Newtonian Revolution (1980), Revolution in Science (1985), Science and the Founding Fathers (1995), Howard Aiken: Portrait of a Computer Pioneer (1999), and his last book, The Triumph of Numbers (2005), not to mention two jointly authored contributions, the variorum edition and new English translation of Newton's Principia. Cohen's April 1955 interview with Albert Einstein was the last Einstein gave before his death, in that same month. It was published that July in Scientific American, which also published Cohen's 1984 essay on Florence Nightingale. In 1974 he was awarded the Sarton Medal by the History of Science Society. Many consider Cohen's most important work to be his 1999 translation, with the late Anne Whitman, of Newton's Principia. This 974-page work took Cohen over 15 years to fully translate. Among Cohen's students were the Islamic philosopher Seyyed Hosein Nasr, Bucknell University professor Martha Verbrugge, and Allen G. Debus. (Wikipedia)
8°. From the offprint-collection of Percy Williams Bridgman. With a handwritten note folded around the four offprints in the hand of P.W.Bridgman - relating to the books of Cohen.