"technology & historiography"

or, the science fiction of everyday life

Reconstruction, Winter 2004: Volume 4, Number 1; ISSN: 1547-4348

Table of Contents:


Haidee Wasson "New and Now: A Plea for Historiography and Technology"


Samuel Gerald Collins "Reading Over the Shoulder of the Future at the Library of Congress"

Michael Gardiner "Endless Enlightenment: Eye-Operated Technology and the Political Economy of Vision"

Christopher Keep "Of Technology and Apocalypse, or Whose Independence Day?"

Matthew Malsky "Fantasy and the Concert Hall: Musical Performance in the Electroacoustic Age"

Daniel Martel "Aircraft Picture Postcards as a Tool for Influence Through Images"

Jim Dwight "Reconstructing the Fables: Women on the Educational Cyberfrontier"


Andrew Miles Jacobsen on Bret Easton Ellis's American Psycho (1991)

Review Essays

Marc Ouellette on Aaron Baker's Contesting Identities: Sports in American Film (2003) and Stephen C. Wood and J. David Pincus's Reel Baseball: Essays and Interviews on the National Pastime, Hollywood and American Culture (2003)


Harris, Rennie. Facing Mekka (2003)

Irwin, Robert McKee. Mexican Masculinities (2003)

Miller, Ron. Free Schools, Free People: Education and Democracy After the 1960s (2002)

Monsef, Kiyash. G4M3RS (2003)

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