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Brent Jesiek

MERLOT Contributor  MERLOT Author  Member of VSB
Assistant Professor
School of Engineering Education, Purdue University
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: May 20, 2011
Member Since: Jan 22, 2006



Primary Affiliation:
  • Purdue University System - Purdue University (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, IN, United States)

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Member of VSB Since: Dec 02, 2007
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Topics of Expertiese: History of computing; open source software and hardware; technology and democracy; video games and gender; engineering studies
Presentation Titles: * Hacking Capitalism: Consumer Electronics and the New Convergence * The April 16 Archive: Collecting and Preserving the Stories of the Virginia Tech Tragedy * Democratizing Hardware: Lessons from the Free and Open Hardware Movement * A History of Persistent Instability: Co-producing Technology, Knowledge, Discipline, and Profession in Computer Engineering, 1951-2001 * The Sociotechnical Boundaries of Hardware and Software: A Humpty Dumpty History * Toward a More Democratic Politics of Software Development

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