Labor / Gender / Migration

  • Aristotle Tympas, “From the Display of a Digital-Masculine Machine to the Concealed Analog-Feminine Labour: The Passage from the History of Technology to Labour and Gender History”, Historein, 19.1, 2020.    [Link]
  • Τέλης Τύμπας, «Μαρξισμός, Τεχνολογία και Επιστήμη, Ιστορία: Σημειώσεις σε μια υποσημείωση για ‘ένα βιβλίο που δεν έχει ακόμη γραφτεί’», Κρίση, Τεύχος 4, 2018, 215-231.    [Link]
  • Aristotle Tympas et Foteini Tsaglioti, ‘L’usage du calcul à la production: le cas des nomogrammes pour machines-outils au XXe siècle’, Le monde du génie industriel au XXe siècle: Autour de Pierre Bézier et de machines-outils, Serge Benoit et Alain Michel (direction), Collection Sciences Humaines et Technologie, Pôle editorial de l’UTBM, Paris, 2016, 63-73.    [Link]
  • Vasilis Galis, Spyros Tzokas and Aristotle Tympas, “Bodies Folded in Migrant Crypts: Dis/Ability and the Material Culture of Border-Crossing”, Societies, 2016, Volume 6, Article 10.    [Link]
  • Aristotle Tympas, Hara Konsta, Theodore Lekkas and Serkan Karas, ‘Constructing Gender and Computing in Advertising Images: Feminine and Masculine Computer Parts’, in Tom Misa (editor), Gender Codes: Women and Men in the Computing Professions, IEEE Press, 2010, 187-209.    [Link] [First page]
  • Aristotle Tympas, ‘Between Telecommunications Efficiency and Stability: Towards an Historical Approach’, in In-Use Knowledge, Gerasimos Kouzelis, Maria Pournari, Michael Stoppler, and Vasilis Tselfes (editors), Peter Lang, Bern, Switzerland, 2005, 197-212.    [Link] [First page]
  • Aristotle Tympas, “Perpetually Laborious: Computing Electric Power Transmission Before the Electronic Computer”, International Review of Social History, Volume 11, Supplement, 2003, 73-95 (reprinted in Uncovering labour in information revolutions1750-2000, Aad Blok and Greg Downey (editors), Cambridge University Press, 2004, 73-95).    [Link] [First page]