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Barton C. Hacker

BARTON C. HACKER
hacker1@coral.llnl.gov

Current position (since Jan. 1992): Laboratory Historian, U. of California Lawrence Livermore Natl. Lab., Livermore, CA

Former teaching and/or research positions at Oregon State, MIT, Iowa State, Houston, and Chicago

Ph.D., History, Chicago, 1968.

RELEVANT PUBLICATIONS

"From Military Revolution to Industrial Revolution: Armies, Women and Political Economy in Early Modern Europe," in Women and the Military System, ed. Eva Isaksson (New York, 1988), 11-29.

"Military Institutions and the Labor Process: Noneconomic Sources of Technological Change, Women's Subordination, and the Organization of Work," Technology and Culture 28 (1987): 743-75.

"Where Have All the Women Gone? The Pre-twentieth Century Sexual Division of Labor in Armies," Minerva 3 (Summer 1985): 107-48.

"Women and Military Institutions in Early Modern Europe: A Reconnaissance," Signs 6 (1981): 643-71.

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