Susannah Glickman has a PhD in American History from Columbia University. She focuses on the history and political economy of computation and information through the transformations in global American science that occurred at the end of the Cold War.

June 24, 2023



Intel and the future of US chipmaking

Since the late 1970s, cutting edge semiconductors have figured at the heart of the political economy of the United States. Often called the “crude oil of the information age,” they have become increasingly ubiquitous and are now considered the basic…