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Science and Technology in World History
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This is one of few books that tackle both the history of science and the history of technology, and most notably presents them in a global context. -- Suzanne Moon, Colorado School of Mines This unusual work enables students to understand some large-scale patterns in history and the ways in which investigations into nature fit into those patterns. -- Barbara J. Reeves, Virginia Tech

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James E. McClellan III is professor of the history of science and Harold Dorn is professor emeritus of the history of science and technology at the Stevens Institute of Technology.

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This historical account achieves its basic aim of demonstrating that, with the exception of quite recent history, technology has always influenced science, not the other way round. Nature If I could attach bells and whistles and flashing lights to this review I would do so because McClellan and Dorn's book deserves to be brought to the attention of all professional historians-and indeed the general reading public-by any means necessary. Canadian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d'histoire Inclusive and straightforward. Technology and Culture

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