6 edition of The Cold War and American Science found in the catalog.
April 15, 1994
by Columbia University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||332|
The s are widely regarded as the golden age of American science fiction. This book surveys a wide range of major science fiction novels and films from the long s--the period from to when the tensions of the Cold War were at their peak. The American science fiction novels and films of this period clearly reflect Cold War anxieties and tensions through their focus on such 1/5(4). The Cold War: A Very Short Introduction ‘McMahon has produced a commanding short narrative of a vital period in recent world history. Clear, concise, and compelling, The Cold War is a superb primer on the subject.’ Fredrik Logevall, University of California, Santa Barbara.
Clymer calls it an excellent work which will be a "definitive account" of American policy in South Asia during the Cold War.  Richard Ned Lebow in The American Political Science Review calls it a "careful historical study"  while Rafique Kawthari notes in Current History that the professor of history, Robert McMahon, has relied mainly on Alma mater: Fairfield University, B.A., University of . American Fiction in the Cold War book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In American Fiction in the Cold War Thomas Hill Sch 3/5.
Wolfe, whose work as a scholar of Cold War science and technology has earned immense respect from other historians of science, approaches this history episodically. The book’s first chapter, for example, goes over the well-trodden ground of the Lysenko affair, in which Mendelian genetics was suppressed in the Soviet Union in the name of a. American Science Fiction - in both literature and film - has played a key role in the portrayal of the fears inherent in the Cold War. The end of this era heralds the need for a reassessment of the literary output of the forty-year period since Working through a series of important texts, David Seed investigates the political inflexions put on American narratives in the post-war decades.
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In 'the Cold War and American Science: ' The Military-Industrial Academic Complex at MIT and Stanford, Stuart Leslie shows how the post -World War II alliance of the U.S. military, high technology corporations, and academia redefined and degraded both American science and the American by: American science fiction has played a key role in the portrayal of the fears inherent in the Cold War.
Working through a The Cold War and American Science book of important texts, David Seed investigates the political inflections put on American narratives in the post-war decades by Cold War cultural : David Seed. The Cold War and American Science: The Military-Industrial-Academic Complex at MIT and Stanford by Stuart W.
Leslie () Mass Market Paperback – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating See all 10 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions3/5(1). A. Synopsis: The context of this book is the Cold War and American science.
The content is detailed description of electronics, aeronautics, physics (nuclear science), and materials science departments at MIT and Stanford after WWII. Leslie sees the connection between this context and the content as degrading American science and universities/5.
The Cold War and American Science. The Military-Industrial-Academic Complex at MIT and Stanford. Stuart W. Leslie. Columbia University Press.
This book by a brilliant young historian is a breakthrough in our understanding not only of American science and politics during the Cold War, but of the terribly destructive effects zealots have on a nation's best interests--and especially on the decent people and communities who believe in reason and toleranceWalter LaFeber, Cornell UniversityCited by: In The Cold War and American Science: The Military-Industrial-Academic Complex at MIT and Stanford, Stuart Leslie shows how the post-World War II alliance of the U.S.
military, high technology corporations, and academia redefined and degraded both American science and the American university/5(12). Book Description. This book fundamentally reinterprets the role of science in American culture by focusing on the political views of natural and social scientists in Cited by: The setting, however, is the Cold War.
The story is “big science” and high technology. The actors are the brightest research scientific and engineering minds from MIT and Stanford, the military, and industry. And the drama is the race between two powers for technological and scientific supremacy. Author(s) Summary.
Investigations of how the global Cold War shaped national scientific and technological practices in fields from biomedicine to rocket science.
The Cold War period saw a dramatic expansion of state-funded science and technology research. The theme of this book is vividly articulated by a brief passage about a DC crash. The author quotes from a National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) report2: The Cold War and American Science.
Science, Cold War and the American State | Allan A. Needell | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. This book by a brilliant young historian is a breakthrough in our understanding not only of American science and politics during the Cold War, but of the terribly destructive effects zealots have on a nation's best interests--and especially on the decent people and communities who believe in reason and toleranceWalter LaFeber, Cornell University4/4(2).
In “Scientists in the Classroom: The Cold War Reconstruction of American Science Education”, John L. Rudolph writes, “After witnessing the remarkable contributions scientists had made during World War II, the federal government worked to incorporate scientific expertise permanently into Cited by: Her book is a graphic and disturbing analysis of how scientists became caught up in the octopus-like obsession with loyalty and security that pervaded American life in the early years of the Cold War."--Nature "Numerous books have dealt with the deleterious effects the post-World War II ‘red scare’ had on American life, but American Science.
American Science Fiction and the Cold War: Literature and Film. David Seed. Taylor & Francis, - Political Science - pages. 0 Reviews. American science fiction, both literature and film.
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Orwell takes his place at the head of this list as the first writer to use the term “cold war” in relation to geopolitical conditions immediately after the second world war (in You and the Atomic.
This book is the first major study of American scientists' encounters with Cold War anticommunism in the decade after World War II. By examining cases of individual scientists subjected to loyalty and security investigations, the organizational response of the scientific community to political attacks, and the relationships between Cold War.
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This book by a brilliant young historian is a breakthrough in our understanding not only of American science and politics during the Cold War, but of the terribly destructive effects zealots have on a nation's best interests—and especially on the decent people and communities who believe in reason and tolerance.—Walter LaFeber, Cornell UniversityPages: Scientists in the Classroom: The Cold War Reconstruction of American Science Education.
In response to Soviet advances in science and engineering education, the country’s top scientists with the support of the federal government in launched an unprecedented program to reform pre-college science education in the United States/5.American Science Fiction and the Cold War: Literature and Film - Ebook written by David Seed.
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