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Introduction: The National Identities of Engineers
French Engineers and Social Thought, 18-20th Centuries: An Archeology of Technocratic Ideals
From Technical Corps to Technocratic Power: French State Engineers and their Professional and Cultural Universe in the First Half of the 19th Century
Belhoste, Bruno; Chatzis, Konstantinos
Engineers and the Nation in Italy (1750-1922): Local Traditions and Different Conceptions of Unity and Modernity
The National Identity of Inter-war Greek Engineers: Elitism, Rationalization, Technocracy, and Reactionary Modernism
Antoniou, Yiannis; Assimakopoulos, Michalis; Chatzis, Konstantinos
Inventing the Technological Nation: The Example of Portugal (1851-1898)
De Criollos a Mexicanos: Engineers' Identity and the Construction of Mexico
Lucena, Juan C.
Low Cost, Mass Use: American Engineers and the Metrics of Progress
Downey, Gary Lee
Ashrafi, Babak; James, Kent M.; Croissant, Jennifer L.