The Factory: A Social History of Work and Technology

by
Allison Marshauthor

Allison Marsh is director of Public History at the University of South Carolina. She is also chair of the Curriculum and Training Committee of the National Council on Public History.

The Factory: A Social History of Work and Technology

20181231

Greenwood

Pages 200
Topics Popular Culture

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The Factory: A Social History of Work and Technology

Author(s): Marsh, Allison;
Contributors: Marsh, Allison;
Abstract:

The book goes beyond the assembly line to examine the physical environment of the industrial landscape.


• Appeals to readers interested in world history, industrial tourism, and the robotics industry

• Explains the significance of the factory to American history and culture

• Tells the story of American factory work through spaces and objects

• Details how factory buildings have evolved over the years

SortTitle: factory: a social history of work and technology
Keyword(s): Popular Culture
Author Info:
Allison Marshauthor

Allison Marsh is director of Public History at the University of South Carolina. She is also chair of the Curriculum and Training Committee of the National Council on Public History.

eISBN-13: 9781440853333
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Print ISBN-13: 9781440853326
Imprint: Greenwood
Pages: 200
Publication Date: 20181231
Series: History of Human Spaces