Research Seminar: Nadia Berenstein
Attendees are encouraged to read Berenstein's paper, “A Flavor You Can’t Forget: NuGrape Soda, Synthetic Chemistry, and Modern Thirst,” which may be obtained by contacting Carol Lockman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Did you know that RCA was hard at work on a flat panel television in the 1950s? Ben Gross will explain how RCA’s imaginative leader David Sarnoff set his talented scientists and engineers to work on developing a television that could hang on a wall.
Attendees are encouraged to read Lunine's paper, “Groundbreaking Technology: California Dynamite and the Eastern Frontier, 1866-1886” which may be obtained by contacting Carol Lockman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Privacy – and the threats to it – are everyday items in our news, and a worry to many in our digital age. Sarah Igo, a professor of history at Vanderbilt University, will explain how our concerns about privacy have a history stretching back to the late nineteenth century.
The 2018 fall conference of the Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society will explore the history of commercial surveillance in the United States.