Corinna Schlombs

Corinna Schlombs

Assistant Professor
College of Liberal Arts
Department of History

2019 Submissions

Full Length Book

Schlombs, Corinna. Productivity Machines: German Appropriations of American Technology from Mass Production to Computer Automation. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2019. Print. *

Journal Paper

Schlombs, Corinna. "Unerkannte Personen der Computertechnik: Dateneingabe im Bankwesen." Ferrum 91. (2019): 86-92. Print. ∆

2018 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Schlombs, Corinna. "Computing's Workforce: Women Keypunch Operators, Gender, and Class in Banking Automation." Technikhistorische Tagung. Eisenbibliothek. Schaffhausen, Switzerland. 16 Nov. 2018. Conference Presentation. ∆

Schlombs, Corinna. "Supporting and Awarding Historical Research and Publication." Annual Meeting. Society of the History of Technology. St. Louis, MO. 12 Oct. 2018. Conference Presentation. £

Schlombs, Corinna. "Productivity for European Economic Recovery: Statistical Expertise, Quantification, and Power in the Marshall Plan." Annual Meeting. Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations. Philadelphia, PA. 22 Jun. 2018. Conference Presentation. £

Schlombs, Corinna. "German and US Labor Unions, Productivity, and Technological Innovation Before and After World War II." Annual Meeting. Business History Conference. Baltimore, MA. 7 Apr. 2018. Conference Presentation. £

2017 Submissions

Journal Paper

Schlombs, Corinna. "The ‘IBM Family’: American Welfare Capitalism, Labor and Gender in Postwar Germany." IEEE Annals of the History of Computing 39. 4 (2017): 12-26. Web. *

Schlombs, Corinna. "A Cost-Saving Machine: Computing at the German Allianz Insurance Company." Information and Culture 52. 1 (2017): 31-63. Print. *

2016 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Schlombs, Corinna. "Watson, Women, and Work: Global Culture and Gender at IBM." Shift CTRL: New Perspectives on Computing and New Media. Stanford University. Stanfor, CA. 6-7 May 2016. Conference Presentation. ∆

Schlombs, Corinna. "The Promise of Productivity: Technology and the American Capitalist Model in US-German Relations." Annual Meeting. Society for the History of Technology. Singapore, Singapore. 22-26 Jun. 2016. Conference Presentation. £

Schlombs, Corinna. "Labor and Gender in Transatlantic Perspective: IBM’s Welfare Capitalist Model in Postwar Germany." Annual Meeting. German Studies Association. San Diego, CA. 29-2 Sep. 2016. Conference Presentation. £

Schlombs, Corinna and Kelly Norris Martin. "Visual Culture, Non-Cognitive Skills and Gender in Technical Corporations.”." Seneca Falls Dialogues. WILL. Seneca Falls, NY. 21-23 Oct. 2016. Conference Presentation. £

2015 Submissions

Journal Paper

Schlombs, Corinna, et al. "Changing an Institutional Environment through Appreciative Inquiry: Rochester Institute of Technology’s College of Liberal Arts." Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal 1. (2015): 103-121. Web. ˜

2014 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Schlombs, Corinna. "Avoiding the Productivity Paradox? Computing at the German Allianz Insurance Company." Penn's Economic History Forum. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA. 14 Nov. 2014. Conference Presentation. ∆

Schlombs, Corinna. "World Peace through World Trade: IBM's Corporate Diplomacy Before and After World War II." Business History Conference. Business History Conference. Frankfurt, Germany. 14 Mar. 2014. Conference Presentation. *

Schlombs, Corinna, et al. "Hidden Spaces, Mobile Places: Changing an Institutional Environment through Appreciative Inquiry." Seneca Falls Dialogues. Women's Institute for Leadership and Learning. Seneca Falls, NY. 18 Oct. 2014. Conference Presentation. *