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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 2023, 'Unresolved tensions in green transitions: Retraining and the question of ‘how’?', Dialogues in Human Geography, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 244-248.
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Stein, JA 2023, 'Photographs of Bryan Poynton (and wood workshop), acquired for the Museums Victoria collection, and exhibited at Melbourne Museum (from Sept 2023)', (East Balcony display on Engineering Patternmaking, Melbourne Museum), Melbourne Museum, Museums Victoria.

Stein, JA 2021, Industrial Craft in Australia, Springer International Publishing.
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Stein, JA 2021, 'The Patternmaker’s Toolbox: Making Things on the Side in Industrial Craft Apprenticeship' in Palgrave Studies in Oral History, Springer International Publishing, pp. 63-93.
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Adams Stein, J 2020, 'The Trade Educators’ Syndicate', Digital Culture & Society, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 203-206.
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Stein, JA 2020, 'When Manufacturing Workers Make Sculpture: Creative Pathways in the Context of Australian Deindustrialisation', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, vol. 20, no. 2, pp. 189-212.
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Stein, JA 2020, 'In the post-Holden era, we can be a nation of clever designers', Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney Morning Herald.

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', The Journal of Modern Craft, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 233-254.
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Stein, JA 1970, '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 1970, '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, 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.

Stein, JA 2018, 'Don’t be too quick to dismiss ‘dying trades’, those skills are still in demand', The Conversation.

Stein, JA 2017, 'Reshaping Australian Manufacturing Oral History Interviews (Set of 12) collected with the National Library of Australia', National Library of Australia, Canberra.

FOR Codes: Design History and Theory, Design Innovation, Manufacturing, Workforce Transition and Employment, Design history, theory and criticism, Interaction and experience design