At the Society for the History of Technology’s annual meeting (SHOT 2012) during 4-7 October 2012, Copenhagen Denmark, there were four presentations by past winners of ACM History Fellowships, reporting on their work:
- Andrew Russell (Stevens Institute of Technology, a 2011 fellowship winner): “Histories of Networking vs. The History of the Internet”
- Ksenia Tatarchenko (Princeton University, a 2011 fellowship winner): “A Plan for the Soviet Future: Programming, the Second Literacy”
- Lars Heide (Copenhagen Business School, a 2010 fellowship winner): “Opening the Innovation Systems Black Box”
- Bernard Geoghegan (Humboldt University, Berlin, a 2009 fellowship winner): “Claude Lévi-Strauss and the Technologies of Man: Cybernetic Reasoning and the Reform of the Human Sciences”
The current and past winners of the fellowship along with their project results can be found here.