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PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH (selected)

(with René Brauer) “Historizing topic models: A distant reading of topic modeling texts within historical studies”, in: LV Nikiforova & NV Nikiforova, eds., Cultural Research in the Context of “Digital Humanities: Proceedings of International Conference 3-5 October 2013, St Petersburg (St Petersburg: Herzen State Pedagogical University & Publishing House Asterion, 2013), 152-163.

“Affording Terrorism: Idealists and materialities in teh emergence of modern terrorism”, in: Terrorism and Affordance, Max Taylor &  P.M. Currie, eds., New Directions in Terrorism Studies (New York: Continuum, 2012), 73-92.

“Buckets, Bollards and Bombs: Towards Subject Histories of Technologies and Terrors”History and Technology: An International Journal, 27 (2011):4, 389–414.

“Switching Relations and Trajectories: The Development Procurement of the Swedish AXE Switching Technology”, in: Charles Edquist, Leif Hommen & Lena Tsipouri, eds., Public Technology Procurement and Innovation, Economics of Science, Technology and Innovation v. 16 (Norwell, Mass.: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999), 143–165.

“Procuring Products and Power: Developing International Competitiveness in Swedish Electrotechnology and Electric Power”, in: Charles Edquist, Leif Hommen & Lena Tsipouri, eds., Public Technology Procurement and Innovation, Economics of Science, Technology and Innovation v. 16 (Norwell, Mass.: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1999), 99–120.

(with Serge Paquier), ”The Making of Small Industrial Giants: The Growth of the Swedish ASEA and the Swiss BBC through Crises and Challenges Prior to 1914”, in: Timo Myllyntaus, ed., Economic Crises and Restructuring in History: Experiences of Small Countries (St. Katharinen: Scripta Mercaturae Verlag, 1998), 237–264. [pdf]

”Shaping the Tools of Competitive Power: Government Technology Procurement in the Making of the HVDC Technology”,  Research Report to the European Commission (DG XII) in the Targeted Socio-Economic Research (TSER) program under the Fourth Framework Program, Tema–T Working Paper 192(Linköping: Linköping University, 1998), 47 pp. (Also published on CD-ROM and online) [pdf]

”Switching Relations: The Government Development Procurement of a Swedish Computerized Electronic Telephone Switching Technology”, Research Report to the European Commission (DG XII) in the Targeted Socio-Economic Research (TSER) program under the Fourth Framework Program, Tema–T Working Paper 191 (Linköping: Linköping University, 1998), 58 pp. (Also published on CD-ROM and online) [pdf]

(with Helmut Maier), ”The Second Battle of the Currents: A Comparative Study of Engineering Nationalism in German and Swedish Electric Power, 1921-1961”Working Papers from the Department of History of Science and Technology 96/2 (Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), 1996), 19 pp.[pdf]

”The ’Development Pair’ as a Link between System Growth and Industrial Innovation: Cooperation between the Swedish State Power Board and the ASEA Company”Working Papers from the Department of History of Science and Technology 93/9 (Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), 1993), 21 pp.[pdf]

”International Acclaim and Swedish Obscurity: The Fall and Rise of David Enskog”, in: Svante Lindqvist, ed., Center on the Periphery: Historical Aspects of 20th-Century Swedish Physics (Canton, Mass.: Science History Publications, 1993), 238-268. [pdf]

”The Teaching of History of Technology in Japan: A Survey in 1990”Working Papers from the Department of History of Science and Technology 93/7(Stockholm: Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), 1993), 45 pp. [pdf]

”Preserved Objects in the History of Plasma Physics in Sweden”, Uppsala Newsletter: History of Science (1990):13, 3-4.  (Reprinted in Artifactory: Technology Museums Special Interest Group Newsletter 12 (1990):2, 4-5.) [pdf]

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