Special Journal Issues

2009. Engineering Studies: Journal of the International Network for Engineering Studies.Special Issue: Locating Engineers: Education, Knowledge, Desire.

  • Coping with the Second Industrial Revolution: fragmentation of the French engineering education system, 1870s to the present.  Chatzis, K. Pp: 79 – 99
  • The dialectic between expert knowledge and professional discretion: accreditation, social control and the limits of instrumental logic. Seron, C. ; Silbey, S. S. Pp: 101 – 127
  • Walking the line? The enactment of the social/technical binary in software engineering. Lagesen, V. A.  ;Sørensen, K. H.. Pp: 129 – 149
  • Success, recruitment, and retention of academically elite women students without STEM backgrounds in US undergraduate engineering education. McLoughlin, L. A. Pp:151 – 168

 

Brown, John, Gary Downey, and Maria Paula Diogo, eds. 2009. “Engineering Education.” Technology and Culture 50(October)4 (Special 50th Anniversary Issue).

  • “Liberal Education Has Failed”: Reading Like an Engineer in 1960s America.  Wisnioski, M.  Pp: 753-782
  • Aligning India in the Cold War Era: Indian Technical Elites, the Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur, and Computing in India and the United States. Bassett, R. Pp: 783-810
  • Engineering Education and the Identities of Engineers in Colombia, 1887–1972. Valderrama, A.; Camargo, J.; Mejía, I.; Mejía, A.; Lleras, E.; García , A. Pp: 811-838

 

Lucena, Juan C. and Gary Lee Downey, eds. 2006. IEEE Technology and Society.25(Summer)2. Special Issue: From Region to Countries: Engineers and Engineering Education in Bahrain, Egypt, and Turkey pdf

  • Development of Engineering Education in Bahrain.  Al-Sammak, A.-I., Al-Shehabi,H. Pp. 12-17
  • Special Issue Introduction—From Region to Countries: Engineering Education in Bahrain, Egypt, and Turkey.  Lucena, J.C., Downey, G.L., Amery, H.A.. Pp. 4-11 pdf
  • Engineering and Engineering Education in Egypt.  El-Sayed, O.L., Lucena, J.C., Downey, G.L. Pp. 18-25.
  • Engineering Education and Practice in Turkey. Tantekin-Ersolmaz, S.B., Ekinci, E., Saglamer, G. Pp. 26-35.
  • Struggles of Management Engineering Education in Turkey.  Ozkale, L. Pp. 36-42
  • Commentary on the Special Issue – Today and Tomorrow: Engineering Education in Transitioning Societies.  Oberst, B.S., Jones, R.C.  Pp. 43-50

 

Hogle, Linda and Gary Lee Downey, eds. Fall 1999. Anthropology of Work Review. Special Issue: Working for Them: Essays in Honor of Diana Forsythe.

  • Introduction to the IssueL Working for them: Essays in Honor of Diana Forsythe.  Hogle, L. and  Downey, G. Pp:1 pdf
  • Ethics and Politics of Studying Up in Technoscience. Forsythe, D. E. Pp: 6
  • Critical Practices. Suchman, L. Pp: 12
  • Ethnography and Internet Time: Ethics, Politics, and Poetics. Sherry, J. Pp: 15
  • A View from the Basement: The Ethics and Politics of Teaching Engineers while Studying Them. Croissant, J. L. Pp: 22
  • The Authonomy Question and the Changing Conditions of Social Science Work. Hess, D. Pp: 34