Eden Medina, Ivan da Costa Marques and Christina Holmes (co-editors), STS in Latin America: Beyond Imported Magic, book manuscript under contract with MIT Press.
"Cybernetic Revolutionaries," Cabinet, Summer 2012: 21-27.
Cybernetic Revolutionaries: Technology and Politics in Allende's Chile, Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2011. Winner of the 2012 Edelstein Prize for outstanding book in the history of technology and the 2012 Computer History Museum Prize for outstanding book in the history of computing. See reviews of the book.
"Cibernetica Socialista en el Chile de Allende," Situation Room,
edited by Pablo de Soto, (Gijon, Spain: LABoral Center for Industrial Art and
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"Secret Plan Cybersyn," in Conspire. Transmediale Parcours 1, Edited by Stephen Kovats and Thoman Munz. Frankfurt, Germany: Revolver Press, 2008. Chapter published in English and German.
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Latin American Studies 38 (2006): 571-606. Winner of the 2007 IEEE Life Member's Prize in Electrical History.
"Ballet Slippers," in
Evocative Objects: Things We Think With. Edited by Sherry Turkle. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2007.
"Computers," in Encyclopedia
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Making Things Public: Atmospheres of Democracy
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the Ballot Box: Computer Science Education and
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Eden Medina and David Mindell, "Engineering
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