Engineering Studies

The Engineering Studies Series publishes research in historical, social, cultural, political, philosophical, rhetorical, and organizational studies of engineers and engineering, paying particular attention to normative directionality in engineering epistemologies, practices, identities, and outcomes. Areas of concern include engineering formation, engineering work, engineering design, equity in engineering (gender, racial, ethnic, class, geopolitical), and engineering service to society. The Engineering Studies Series pursues three related missions: (1) advance understanding of engineers, engineering, and outcomes of engineering work; (2) help build and serve communities of researchers and learners in engineering studies; and (3) link scholarly work in engineering studies to broader discussions and debates about engineering education, research, practice, policy, and representation.

Series editor: Gary Lee Downey and Matthew Wisnioski

Forecasting Travel in Urban America

Konstantinos Chatzis

Jul 11, 2023

¡Alerta!

Elizabeth Reddy

Apr 04, 2023

Girls Coming to Tech!

Amy Sue Bix

Nov 01, 2022

Extracting Accountability

Jessica M. Smith

Sep 28, 2021

Engineers for Change

Matthew Wisnioski

Sep 02, 2016