TABLE OF CONTENTS
American Inventors: Overt and Covert Forces in History Donald M. Arendt
Bike Catharine Bell
Capering with Machines across Modern Cultural History Margaret E. Bigford
Man and Machine: An Interdisciplinary High School English Course Frank Capellini
Proposal for a Social Studies Global Issues Day on Technology Sr. Emilia Castelletti
Machining the Civilization Peter Conzett
Tour of St. John the Divine (NYC) Helen V. Fairbanks
Transitions of Power and Society in England, 1750-1850 Mary Garber
Infrastructure and Black Rubber (Not Leather) J. N. Gawlikowski
Reading the Cathedral: Suggestions for Studying the Middle Ages William W. Goetz
The Canal Boat: Reading a Machine Larry Kidder
Technology and One Human's Experience, or LNG Comes To Lhokseumawe!  Rodney W. Kling
Reading the Interstate Highway System as a Prosthetic Machine Barry Lambour
Reading a Machine: The DC-3--A Solution to Many Problems Jeff Lucker
Peeking and Poking: A Glance at the Effects of Technology on Secondary Mathematics Education Donald M. Luepke
Alaska Alan Miller
Bridgeport James K. Moran
Philosophy of/and Technology: A Peripheral Appreciation Michael A. O'Toole
Humanities of the Twenty-First Century: A Proposal for a New Course Julianne Pixley
Communities and Industrialization John G. Ramsay
Reading in a New Dimension Marion S. Remer
How to Read a Machine: A Guide for the Technologically Intimidated Human Being Catherine Robertson
Do Artifacts Have Politics? (With Apologies to Langdon Winner) Deborah Rutzen
Evaluating Technology in a U. S. History Curriculum Thomas P. Ryan
Women in Science and Technology: A Symposium Barbara Trujillo
Possible outputs from NEH Summer Seminar 1985 Sandra S. Vickery
The Work of Albert Kahn, Architect Marian S. West
Technology, Telephones, and Teenagers Laquita Wood
The Effect of the Haber Process on Fertilizer Raymond Zmaczynski