Oral History Interview with Paul Ceruzzi

2020-11-24
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Oral History Interview with Paul Ceruzzi

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2020-11-24

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Charles Babbage Institute

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Ceruzzi discusses his upbringing, education at Yale and Kansas, and work at Texas Tech, Clemson, and the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum. Topics include his books on Aiken, Stibitz, and Zuse; on flight in the computing era; and on Tyson’s Corner; as well as the several editions of his general history of computing. He discusses the computer history community – individuals, Annals of the History of Computing, and the Society for History of Technology special interest group on computer history. This interview is part of a collection of interviews on the early history of the history of computing.

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Transcript, 54 pp.

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Ceruzzi, Paul. (2020). Oral History Interview with Paul Ceruzzi. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/219065.

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