A lecture by Dr. W. Bernard Carlson, Chair, Engineering and Society, Professor of Science, Technology and Society at the University of Virginia. Many biographers have glamorized Tesla's genius and eccentricities, but, in his groundbreaking Tesla: Inventor of the Electrical Age, Dr. W. Bernard Carlson, University of Virginia, demystifies him by carefully examining what, how and why he invented. This event is free, open to the public and will include light refreshments. This is the second installment in the Public History Lecture Series, co-sponsored by ROHA, the Rutgers University Department of History, the IEEE History Center, The Rutgers Center for Historical Analysis and The Thomas Edison Papers Project.
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