Technology and Culture, founded in 1959, is the preeminent journal for the history of technology. International and interdisciplinary, T&C publishes articles and research notes by scholars from a wide range of intellectual disciplines: history, sociology, engineering, law, architecture, anthropology, economics, philosophy, literature, to name a few. It also features essays and commentary on public affairs related to the interactions of technology and culture, reviews of museums and exhibits, and forty or more book reviews in each issue. Periodically the journal devotes an issue to a single theme; topics have included water technology in the Netherlands, medical and biomedical technology, patents, labor, and gender. Currently T&C numbers 1,500 individual and some 1,000 institutional subscribers in more than 30 countries.
A full-text electronic edition is online at Project Muse. SHOT members who wish to use the online edition but who are not affiliated with an institution that subscribes to Muse can obtain an individual login name and password here.
To subscribe: Membership in SHOT carries a subscription to T&C. A membership form is online here, or telephone the Johns Hopkins University Press at 800.548.1784. To see a sample issue, click on "free issue" below the cover image at T&C Project MUSE. For more information, contact the SHOT secretary’s office, firstname.lastname@example.org