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The Resource Wiring the world : the social and cultural creation of global telegraph networks, Simone M. Müller, (electronic resource)

Wiring the world : the social and cultural creation of global telegraph networks, Simone M. Müller, (electronic resource)

Label
Wiring the world : the social and cultural creation of global telegraph networks
Title
Wiring the world
Title remainder
the social and cultural creation of global telegraph networks
Statement of responsibility
Simone M. Müller
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Müller, Simone M
Dewey number
384.1
LC call number
HE7631
LC item number
.M85 2016
Series statement
Columbia studies in international and global history
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Telegraph
  • Transatlantic cables
  • Telegraph
Label
Wiring the world : the social and cultural creation of global telegraph networks, Simone M. Müller, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001636304
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
x, 371 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780231174329
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2015024700
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001636304
Label
Wiring the world : the social and cultural creation of global telegraph networks, Simone M. Müller, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
  • Acknowledgements -- Introduction: actors of globalization and the wiring of the world -- Atlantic beginnings : the class of 1866 and the formation of "telegraphic" networks -- Come to wire the world : world economy and the battle for Atlantic cable supremacy -- The imagined globe : of the electric union, universal peace and the "great civilizer" -- Weltcommunication : economic intelligence, global news and "social messaging" -- The world's telegraphic knowledge and the professionalization of the telegraph engineer -- The politics of the world's electric nerves : strategic nationalism, cable diplomacy, and imperial control -- Conclusion: the class of 1866 and globalization -- Appendix: the actors' biographies -- Bibliography
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001636304
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
x, 371 pages
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780231174329
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2015024700
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0001636304

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