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Sean Seyer

Humanities
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Sean Seyer received a PhD in the History of Technology from Auburn University. His research focuses on how political ideology and cultural values influence and are influenced by technoregulatory regimes. He held a postdoctoral fellowship at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and has presented at numerous academic conferences. His manuscript, under contract with Johns Hopkins University Press, analyzes how domestic and international factors coalesced into a specific American regulatory ideology for aviation and its institutionalization in the 1926 Air Commerce Act.

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