Syllabus Repository

The syllabi are listed alphabetically by instructor. If you teach your own course and would like to share the syllabus then please send a copy, preferably packaged as a single .PDF file, to secretary@sigcis.org together with a message giving SIGICS permission to post it on this page.

Janet Abbate, Science and Technology Studies 6614: Culture, History, and Politics of the Internet, Virginia Tech(pdf)

Atsushi Akera, STSS/STSH 1110 and IHSS 1963: Introduction to Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Department of Science and Technology Studies(pdf)

Atsushi Akera, STSS 6040: Technology and Social Theory, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Department of Science and Technology Studies(pdf)

Atsushi Akera, ITEC/IHSS 1220: The Politics and Economics of Information Technology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Department of Science and Technology Studies(pdf)

Thomas J. Bergin, CSIS-550: The History of Computing, The American University College of Arts and Sciences Department of Computer Science and Information Systems (online)(pdf)

Luigi M. Bianchi, STS 3700B 6.0 History of Computing and Information Technology, York University (includes lecture notes)(online)(pdf)

Roger B. Blumberg, Computing and Its Consequences, The Rhode Island School of Design(online)(pdf)

Computer History Museum, Teaching the History of Computing (includes lecture notes and supporting materials)(online)

Geoff Draper, CS 4960, Section 2: History of Electronic Computing, University of Utah School of Computing(online)(pdf)

Paul Edwards, History of Computers and Networks, University of Michigan(online)(pdf)

Paul Edwards, SI 541/741: Systems, Networks, and Webs: History and Theory of Infrastructure, University of Michigan(pdf)

Nathan Ensmenger, STSC 160: The Information Age Department of History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania(online)(pdf)

Nathan Ensmenger, HSSC 550: The Information Sciences Department of History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania(pdf)

Nathan Ensmenger, HSSC 515: Computers & Comunications Department of History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania(pdf)

Bernard Geoghegan, CM504: Global Internet: Networks, Communities, Markets, The American University of Paris(pdf)

Bernard Geoghegan, CM221: The Internet and Globalization, The American University of Paris(pdf)

Slava Gerovitch, STS.035 The History of Computing, MIT (and MIT OpenCourseWare)(online)(pdf)

Thomas Haigh, ST297: Technology and Revolution: Computers, Culture and the Internet, STS Program, Colby College(online)(pdf)

Marie Hicks, HIST385 History of Computing, HIST341 Technology in History, STS304 Ethical Dimensions of Progress, Humanities Dept., Illinois Institute of Technology (online)

Hansen Hsu, STS 1123: First Year Writing Seminar in Technology and Society, Section 101: Histories of Computing, Cornell University, Department of Science and Technology Studies(pdf)

Christopher Kelty, History of Science 189v: Introduction to the History of Software and Networks, Harvard University Department of History of Science(online)(pdf)

Ronald Kline, ENGRG/ECE/HIST 2500, STS 2501: Technology in Society, Cornell University Department of Science & Technology Studies(pdf)

Ronald Kline, ECE/AMST 2980, S&TS/INFO 2921, HIST 2920: Inventing an Information Society, Cornell University Department of Science & Technology Studies(pdf)

Ed Lazowska, Steve Maurer, Geoff Voelker, and guests, CSE P 590A: History of Computing, University of Washington(online)(pdf)

Henry Lowood, STS 145/HPS 163: History of Computer Game Design: Technology, Culture, Business, Stanford University(online)(pdf)

Michael Mahoney, History 598: Computers and Organisms, Department of History, Princeton University(online)(pdf)

Michael Mahoney, FRS 159: Creating the Computer: From ENIAC to the Internet, Department of History, Princeton University(online)(pdf)

Michael Mahoney, History 593: The Sciences of the Artificial, Department of History, Princeton University(online)(pdf)

Michael Mahoney, HOS 598: The World of Software, Department of History, Princeton University(online)(pdf)

Sidney Marshall, CS310 History of Computing, Rochester Institute of Technology (includes many primary sources)(online)(pdf)

Joseph November, History 492P: Information Technology Revolutions: Past and Present, University of South Carolina Department of History(pdf)

Raul Rojas, History of Computing, Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin(online)(pdf)

Andrew Russell, HSS 371: Computers & Society, Stevens Institute of Technology(pdf)

Rebecca Slayton, STS 180: Imagining the Computer, Wiring the World, Stanford University (pdf)

Wayne Summers, CPSC 2555/CPSC 5555/ITDS 5555 Special Topics: History of Computing, Summer semester in UK, Columbus State University

James Sumner, The Information Age, University of Manchester (pdf)

George K. Thiruvathukal, COMP 111/History of Computing, Loyola University, Chicago(online)(pdf)

Matthew Turk, INT 200B / CS 595N - Cognitive Science Seminar: A History of Computing, Department of Communications, Stanford University(pdf)

Fred Turner, Communications 320: Computing and American Culture since World War II, Department of Computer Science, University of California, Santa Barbara(pdf)(earlier version pdf)

Aristotle Tympas, History of Computing and Telecommunications, Division of History of Science and Technology, Department of Philosophy and History of Science, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens(online)

A course in History of Computing in Italy

Here you can see what I teach in Italy about History of Computing.