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Reshaping Australian Manufacturing Oral History Project

Project Member(s): Stein, J.

Funding or Partner Organisation: National Library of Australia
National Library of Australia

Start year: 2017


Stein, JA 2019, 'Hidden Between Craft and Industry: Engineering Patternmakers’ Design Knowledge', Journal of Design History, vol. 32, no. 3, pp. 280-303.
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Stein, JA 2019, 'The Production of Toolboxes and Hand Tools in Industrial Craft Apprenticeship', Journal of Modern Craft.
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Stein, JA 2018, 'Retraining the 'last generation' trades: Hot metal compositors and engineering patternmakers in Australia', Production of Information Technologies: Media Markets and Labour in the Twentieth Century [invited paper, funded by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation and the German Research Foundation (DFG)], Museum der Arbeit, Hamburg.

Stein, JA 2018, 'The Historian as Document Producer: A Critical Reflection on the Production of Oral History Timed Summaries', What is a Document? A Workshop on Documentation, Records and Evidence, UTS.

Rosenman, O & Stein, J 2018, 'Invisible Hands (HistoryLab Podcast S1Ep2) (Producer: Olivia Rosenman, Contributing Historian: Jesse Adams Stein, Host: Tamson Pietsch, Executive Producer: Tom Allinson)', Contributing Historian, 2SER.

Stein, JA 2018, 'Conversations in the Shadows of Australian Manufacturing', History Lab.
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Stein, JA 2018, 'Don’t be too quick to dismiss ‘dying trades’, those skills are still in demand', The Conversation.
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FOR Codes: Design History and Theory, Design Innovation, Manufacturing, Workforce Transition and Employment