I recently published OSI: The Internet That Wasn’t in the August 2013 issue of IEEE Spectrum, as well as a guest post on the Betrayal of the Internet Imaginaire on the American Science team blog. My book, Open Standards and the Digital Age: History, Ideology, and Networks will be published by Cambridge University Press in early 2014.
My areas of research and teaching interests include:
- US History since 1880
- History of Science and Technology
- Information and Communication Networks
- Internet Governance
- Political Economies of Innovation
- Globalization and American Empire
- Standardization and Modularity
Please see the Research & Publications page for a list of publications, awards, and recent and upcoming conference papers. Course syllabi and related materials are available from the Teaching page. Here also is a full c.v. (updated August 2013), as well as ways to get in touch with me:
Andrew L. Russell, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, College of Arts & Letters
Stevens Institute of Technology
Castle Point on Hudson
Hoboken, NJ 07030
email@example.com ~~ @RussellProf ~~ 201-216-5400 (tel) ~~ 201-216-8245 (fax)
I have been at several institutions before arriving at Stevens in 2008, including:
The Johns Hopkins University, Program in the History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, 2003-2007.
- Ph.D., History of Science and Technology, 2007.
- Dissertation: “Industrial Legislatures”: Consensus Standardization in the Second and Third Industrial Revolutions
- Committee: Stuart W. Leslie (Chair), Louis Galambos, Robert H. Kargon, Harry M. Marks, Andreas Terzis.
The University of Colorado at Boulder, Department of History, 1999-2003.
- M.A. History, 2003.
- Program Assistant, Silicon Valley Telecommunications Program
- Instructor, Alliance for Technology, Learning & Society (ATLAS)
Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government, 1997-1999.
- Staff Assistant, Harvard Information Infrastructure Project
Vassar College, 1992-1996.
- B.A. History, 1996.