4 edition of Technology in American literature found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Kathleen N. Monahan, James S. Nolan.|
|Contributions||Monahan, Kathleen Nolan., Nolan, James S.|
|LC Classifications||PS509.T37 T43 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 283 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||00037433|
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This reader draws together works that explore both answers to the question of technology's beneficence. Three sections comprise the book, which contains literature from the 's to the year Technology in American Literature is a great reference source for literature classes, as well as for technological institutions seeking to introduce humanities into the curriculum.1/5(1).
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“The Assault on Progress” probes American literary works that challenge the prevailing notion of technology as a manifestation of progress. Adam Johns argues that the idea of technology-as-destiny has long been explored—and undercut—in American literary works and that literature remains a crucial site for ongoing debates in this by: 4.
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Throughout American literature, authors have expressed their reaction to the rapidly progressing society in which they lived. This reader draws together works that explore both answers to the question of technology's beneficence. Three sections comprise the book, which contains literature from the 's to the year Every technological breakthrough tends to be accompanied by anxious announcements of its catastrophic effect on literature.
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In its earliest days, during the s, American literature consisted mostly of practical nonfiction written by British settlers who populated the colonies that would become the United States.The literature search included sources from the s to the present in which technology innovation or technology integration into K schools were the focus.
Although sources as early as the s were reviewed, the primary publications were selected from the years between because of the great changes in computersFile Size: KB.Technology and Engineering in the American Experience: A Survey of Literature. By. James C. Williams.
The simultaneity of the American and the Industrial revolutions during the late-eighteenth century set Americans on a path that embraced technology and engineering as a major part of their national ss in political liberty seemed to go hand in hand with improved scientific.