Volume Introduction. Ron Eglash
The Uses of Scientific Fact: Pasteur's Public Experiment on
Anthrax in the Popular Press of the Time. Massimaino Bucchi
The Bodybuilder's Pharmacy. Jennifer L. Croissant
“All in my bag of tricks:” Turning a Trick with the Appropriate(d) Technology.
Lisa Jean Moore
Anal Sex and the Female Condom: Are Gay Men Getting a Bum
Wrap? Michael Scarce
Border Skirmishes: Gender, New Technologies, and the Persistence of Structure.
Section Introduction. Ron Eglash
The Scratch is Hip-hop. David Goldberg
Cultural Paths to Computing: African American Women in a Community Technology Center. Samuel M. Hampton
Propagating Alternative Journalism Through Social Movement Cyberspace:
The Appropriation of Computer Networks For Alternative Media Development. Brian Martin Murphy
The American Indian Computer Art Project: an interview with Turtle Heart.
Section 3: Environments
Giovanna Di Chiro
Science by the People: Grassroots environmental Monitoring and the Debate Over Scientific Expertise. Michael Heiman
Local actions, global visions: remaking environmental expertise.
Giovanna Di Chiro
The Use of Computerized GIS Mapping Systems in the Struggle for Environmental Justice: Promise and Pitfalls. Carmen Concepción
“Adjusting our Science to Human Beings”: Encounters Between Community-Based Knowledge and Environmental Science—An Interview with Linda Price King. Giovanna Di Chiro
Appropriate/d Technology, Cultural Revival, and Environmental Activism: A Native American Case Study. Valerie Kuletz
“Whose Trees/interpretations Are These?" Bridging the Divide Between Subjects and Outsider-Researchers.
Section Introduction. Rayvon Fouché
Not Made for Black History Month: Lewis Latimer and Technological Assimilation. Rayvon Fouché
Unexpected Pleasures: Phonographs and Cultural Identities in America, 1895-1915. Lisa Gitelman
I Was a Teenage Sex Cyborg’: Young Gay Men and the Technological ‘Self.’ Richard Benjamin
Up the Vélorution: Appropriating the Bicycle and the Politics of Technology.