About

I am a historian studying ideas about technology and machines in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This website outlines my work and my interests.

From 2015 I am a Research Associate at CRASSH. In particular, I am part of the Technology and Democracy project, working with David Runciman, John Naughton and Nora Ni Loideain.

My work will investigate the historical particularity of the present-day information revolution using a comparative analytical framework.

I am affiliated to the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, where I teach the Sociology of Scientific Knowledge and the History of Modern Science and Technology. I am also a member of the Economic, Social and Cultural History Subject Group of the Faculty of History where I have taught modern British history and historical methodology .

 

email: daniel @ danielwilson.info     /     PGP Key: CF665F3C

 

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