Articles-Journals

  • Brown, John K., Gary Lee Downey, and Maria Paula Diogo. 2009. “Engineering Education and History of Technology.” Technology & Culture 50(October)4:737-752.
  • Downey, Gary Lee. 2009. “What is Engineering Studies For?: Dominant Practices and Scalable Scholarship.” Engineering Studies: Journal of the International Network for Engineering Studies 1(1):55-76.  Free Download
  • Downey, Gary Lee. 2009. “International Engineering Education as a Knowledge Problem” Online Journal of Global Engineering Education 4(1).
  • Downey, Gary Lee. 2008. “The Engineering Cultures Syllabus as Formation Narrative: Critical Participation in Engineering Education through Problem Definition,” St. Thomas Law Journal (special symposium issue on professional identity in law, medicine, and engineering) 5(2):101-130. pdf
  • Lucena, Juan C., Gary Lee Downey, Brent Jesiek, Sharon Elber. 2008. “Competencies Beyond Countries: The Re-Organization of Engineering Education in the United States, Europe, and Latin America,” Journal of Engineering Education 96(October)4:433-447. pdf
  • Parkhurst, Rosamond, Barbara M. Moskal, Gary Lee Downey, Juan C. Lucena, Thomas Bigley, Sharon Elber. 2008. “Engineering Cultures: Online versus In-class.” MERLOT: Journal of Online Learning and Teaching 4(December)4:438-444.
  • Parkhurst, Rosamond, Barbara M. Moskal, Juan C. Lucena, Gary Lee Downey, Thomas Bigley, Sharon Elber. 2008. “Engineering Cultures: Comparing Student Learning in Online and Classroom-Based Implementations.” International Journal of Engineering Education 24(5):955-965.
  • Downey, Gary Lee, Juan C. Lucena, and Carl Mitcham. 2007. “Engineering Ethics and Identity: Emerging Initiatives in Comparative Perspective.” Science and Engineering Ethics 13(December)4: 463-487. pdf
  • Downey, Gary Lee. 2007.  “Low Cost, Mass Use: American Engineers and the Metrics of Progress.” History and Technology 22(September)3: 289-308. pdf
  • Lucena, Juan C., Gary Lee Downey, and Hussein A. Amery. 2006. “From Region to Countries: Engineers and Engineering Education in Bahrain, Egypt, and Turkey.” IEEE Technology and Society 25(Summer)2:3-10. pdf
  • El-Sayed, Osman Lotfy, Juan C. Lucena, and Gary Lee Downey. 2006.  Engineering and Engineering Education in Egypt.  IEEE Technology and Society 25(Summer)2:17-24. pdf
  • Downey, Gary Lee, Juan C. Lucena, Barbara M. Moskal, Thomas Bigley, Chris Hays, Brent K. Jesiek, Liam Kelly, Jane L. Lehr, Jonson Miller, Amy Nichols-Belo, Sharon Ruff, and Rosamond Parkhurst. 2006. “The Globally Competent Engineer: Working Effectively with People Who Define Problems Differently.” Journal of Engineering Education 95(April)2:107-122. pdf
  • Downey, Gary Lee. 2005. “Keynote Lecture: Are Engineers Losing Control of Technology?: From “Problem Solving” to “Problem Definition and Solution” in Engineering Education. Chemical Engineering Research and Design 83(A8):1-12. pdf
  • Downey, Gary Lee and Juan C. Lucena. 2005. “National Identities in Multinational Worlds: Engineers and ‘Engineering Cultures.’” International Journal for Continuing Engineering Education and Lifelong Learning 15(3/4):252-260. pdf
  • Downey, Gary Lee and Juan C. Lucena. 2004. “Knowledge and Professional Identity in Engineering.” History and Technology 20(December)4:393-420. pdf
  • Downey, Gary Lee and Juan C. Lucena. 2003. “When Students Resist: Ethnography of a Senior Design Experience in Engineering.” International Journal of Engineering Education 19(1): 168-176. pdf
  • Downey, Gary Lee and Juan D. Rogers. 1995. “On the Politics of Theorizing in a Postmodern Academy.” American Anthropologist 97(2):269-281. pdf
  • Downey, Gary Lee, Joseph Dumit, and Sarah Williams. 1995. “Cyborg Anthropology.” Cultural Anthropology 10(2):264-69. Reprinted in The Cyborg Handbook, 1995, edited by Crystal Gray. New York: Routledge. pdf
  • Lucena, Juan and Gary Lee Downey. 1995. “Haciendo Científicos e Ingenieros para Propósitos Nacionales en USA: Desde la Guerra Fría hasta la Competitividad Económica” [Making Scientists and Engineers for National Purposes in the United States: From the Cold War to Economic Competitiveness]. Historia Critica 10(Enero-Junio):29-36. pdf
  • Riordan, Diane A., Michael P. Riordan, and Gary L. Downey. 1994. “The Impact of Technology on the Evolution of the Tax Code.” Tax Notes 64(8):1093-1097. [journal also includes invited articles and opinions]. Reprinted in Insights: Readings in Federal Taxation, 1995, edited by Kevin E. Murphy. Minneapolis/St. Paul: West Publishing Company, pp. 179-183.
  • Downey, Gary Lee. 1992. “CAD/CAM Saves the Nation?: Toward an Anthropology of Technology.” Knowledge and Society 9:143-168. pdf
  • Downey, Gary Lee. 1992. “Agency in CAD/CAM Technology.” Anthropology Today (October):6-10. pdf
  • Downey, Gary L., Arthur Donovan, and Timothy J. Elliott. 1989. “The Invisible Engineer: How Engineering Ceased to Be a Problem in Science and Technology Studies.” Knowledge and Society 8: 189-216.
  • Downey, Gary L. 1988. “Reproducing Cultural Identity in Negotiating Nuclear Power: The Union of Concerned Scientists and Emergency Core-Cooling.” Social Studies of Science 18(2): 231-64.
  • Downey, Gary L. 1988. “Structure and Practice in the Cultural Identities of Scientists: Negotiating Nuclear Wastes in New Mexico.” Anthropological Quarterly 61(1): 26-38. pdf
  • Downey, Gary L. 1986. “Risk in Culture: The American Conflict over Nuclear Power.” Cultural Anthropology 1(4): 388-412.
  • Downey, Gary L. 1986. “Ideology and the Clamshell Identity: Organizational Dilemmas in the Anti-Nuclear Power Movement.” Social Problems 33(5):357-373. pdf
  • Downey, Gary L. 1985. “Politics and Technology in Repository Siting: Military Versus Commercial Nuclear Wastes at WIPP 1972-1985.” Technology in Society 7(1):47-75. pdf
  • Downey, Gary L. 1985. “Federalism and Nuclear Waste Disposal: The Struggle over Shared Decision Making.” Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 5(1):74-99. pdf