X-33 aircraft

Society for the History of Technology

Pasadena, California

October 18, 1997

PANEL SESSION TITLE:

Doing the History of the Recent Past: Historiography, Sources, Disciplinary Boundaries...

PANEL SESSION RATIONALE

ORGANIZERS:

Andrew J. Butrica, Research Historian, X-33 History Project, NASA

Pascal Griset, Professeur of Contemporary History, University of Bordeaux
Chercheur Associé, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), at the Institut d' Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, Paris

CHAIR:

Barton Hacker, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

PRESENTATIONS:

"In from the Cold or Out in the Cold? Warriors and Nuclear Weaponeers Search for their Place in History"
Joseph N. Tatarewicz
Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland

"Oral Histories and Recent Evolution in the History of French Industry"
Pascal Griset
Professeur of Contemporary History, University of Bordeaux
Chercheur Associé, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), at the Institut d' Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, Paris

"From the X-Files: Some Source and Historiographical Problems of the X-33 History Project, or 'History Made While You Wait'"
Andrew J. Butrica
Research Historian, X-33 History Project, NASA

Commentators:

Adam Gruen, MCI Historian
(unable to attend for personal reasons)

Barton Hacker,
Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

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