W. Bernard Carlson and Erik M. Conway, eds., Electrical Conquest (in review.)
Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway, The Big Myth (Bloomsbury USA: February 2023).
Erik M. Conway, Donald K. Yeomans, Meg Rosenburg, A History of Near-Earth Objects Research (NASA: July 2022).
Erik M. Conway, Exploration and Engineering: JPL and the Quest for Mars, (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015).
Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway, The Collapse of ‘Western’ Civilization: A View from the Future (Columbia University Press, 2014).
Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway, Merchants of Doubt: How a Handful of Scientists Obscured the Truth on Issues from Tobacco Smoke to Global Warming (Bloomsbury USA, 2010).
Atmospheric Science at NASA: A History (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008).
Michael Reidy, Gary Kroll, and Erik M. Conway, Science and Exploration (ABC-Clio, 2007).
Blind Landings: Faith, Progress, and Nature in the Development of Aircraft Landing Aids, 1918-1960 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006).
High Speed Dreams: NASA and the Technopolitics of Supersonic Transportation, 1945-1999 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005).
Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway, “From Anti-Government to Anti-Science: Why Conservatives Have Turned Against Science,” Daedalus (Fall 2022).
Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway, “The Magic of the Marketplace,” in Myth America, eds. Kevin M. Kruse and Julian E. Zelizer (NY: Basic Books, 2022).
Naomi Oreskes, Erik M. Conway and Charlie Tyson, “How American Businessmen Made Us Believe that Free Enterprise was Indivisible from American Democracy,” in The Disinformation Age: Politics, Technology, and Disruptive Communication in the United States, eds. W. Lance Bennett and Steven Livingston, Cambridge University Press, 2021.
“Designing Mars Sample Return, From Viking to the Mars Science Laboratory,” Solar System Exploration at 50 Proceedings, 2022.
Erik M. Conway, “Simulation and Spacecraft Design: Engineering Mars Landings,” Technology and Culture, October 2015.
Erik M. Conway, “Bringing NASA Back to Earth,” Science and Technology in the Global Cold War, eds. Naomi Oreskes and John Krige, MIT Press, 2014.
Erik M. Conway, “The International Geophysical Year and Planetary Science,” in Making Polar Science Global, ed. Roger D. Launius, Palgrave McMillan, 2010.
Erik M. Conway, “Earth and Planetary Science: A Symbiotic Relationship?,” in NASA’s First 50 Years: Historical Perspectives, ed. Steven J. Dick, NASA SP-1010-4704, 2010, pp. 563-586.
Erik M. Conway, “Satellites and Security: Space in Service to Humanity,” in Societal Impact of Spaceflight, eds. Steven J. Dick and Roger D. Launius, NASA SP-2007-4801, 2007, pp. 267-288.
Erik M. Conway and Mirella Flores, “Deep Space 1: A Revolution in Space Exploration,” Quest 14: 2 (2007), 41-51.
Erik M. Conway, “The World According to GARP: Scientific Internationalism and the Construction of Global Meteorology, 1961-1980,” Barton C. Hacker and Margaret Vining, eds., Science in Uniform, Uniforms in Science: Historical Studies of American Military and Scientific Interactions (Scarecrow Press, 2007).
Naomi Oreskes and Erik M. Conway, “Deny, Deny, Deny: How to Sow Confusion over Climate Change,” in Agnotology: The Social Construction of Ignorance, Robert Proctor and Londa Schiebinger, eds. (Stanford University Press, 2008).
Erik M. Conway, “Drowning in Data: Satellite Oceanography and Information Overload in the Earth Sciences,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences 37:1 (2006), 127-153.
Hugh S. Gorman and Erik M. Conway, “Monitoring the Environment: Taking a Historical Perspective,” Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (2005) 106:1-10, DOI: 10.1007/s10661-005-0755-0.
“Echoes in the Grand Canyon: Public Catastrophes and Technologies of Control,” History and Technology 20:2 (June 2004).
“The Politics of Blind Landing,” Technology and Culture (January 2001), 81-106.
“Simon Lake” and “Carl Lukas Norden,” biographical sketches in American National Biography, 1999.