reinecke at princeton dot edu
46-01 Skillman Ave, Apt A23
Sunnyside. NY 11104
Princeton University (2009- )
Doctoral Candidate in Sociology
MA with distinction, Sociology (2012)
Exams: Historical Sociology, Organizations, and Science and Technology Studies
University of Pennsylvania (2005-2009)
MA, History and Sociology of Science
BA with honors, Science, Technology, and Society (magna cum laude)
Regulation, Networks, Infrastructure, Economic Sociology, Historical Sociology
Honors and Awards
2014-2015 Ambrose Monell Foundation Funded Fellow in Technology and Democracy, Miller Center, University of Virginia
2012-2013 Charlotte Elizabeth Proctor Graduate Fellowship, Princeton University
2012-2013 Woodrow Wilson Scholars Fellowship, Princeton University (declined)
2011-2012 Center the Study of Social Organization Graduate Research Award, Princeton University
2011 Center for the Science of Socio-Technical Systems Summer Research Institute Participant
2010-2011 Program in American Studies Graduate Research Prize, Princeton University
2010-2011 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Research Affiliate in Cultural Policy Project Award, Center for Arts and Cultural Policy, Princeton University
2009-2010 Malcolm S. Forbes Merit Fellowship, Princeton University
2009-2013 Princeton University Graduate Fellowship, Princeton University
2009 Society of the College Prize, awarded annually for most outstanding thesis in Science, Technology, and Society, University of Pennsylvania
2009 Elected to Delta Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa at the University of Pennsylvania
2008-2009 Penn Program on Democracy, Citizenship, and Constitutionalism Undergraduate Fellowship, shared with Phillip Rocco
2007-2009 Penn Humanities Forum Undergraduate Fellowship, awarded twice
2005-2006, 2007-2009 Dean’s List, University of Pennsylvania
Forthcoming, David Reinecke, "External Legitimation in Art World Development: How Popular Science and Literary Distinction Shaped the American Science Fiction Magazine, 1923-1960," revise and resubmit at Poetics
Forthcoming, David Reinecke, "Claiming the Prize: Privateers, Prize Courts, and the Problem of National Classification in the Age of Fighting Sail," revise and resubmit at Theory and Society.
2011. Martin Ruef and David Reinecke, “’Does capitalism produce an entrepreneurial class?” Research in Organizational Behavior 31: 225-252.
2009. David Reinecke, “’When I count to four…’: James Brown, Kraftwerk, and the practice of musical time keeping before Techno,” Journal of Popular Music and Society 32: 607-616.
2009. Trevor Pinch and David Reinecke, “Technostalgia: How Old Gear Lives on in New Music,” in Sound Souvenirs: Audio Technologies, Memory, and Cultural Practices, eds. Karin Bijsterveld and Jose van Dijck (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press): 152-168.
First Reader, Columbia University
Masters Thesis Advisor for Arts Administration Program, Spring 2014
Preceptor, Princeton University
Information Technology and Public Policy with Paul DiMaggio and David Dobkin, Fall 2012
The Western Way of War with Miguel Centeno, Spring 2012
Technology and Society with Michael Gordin, Spring 2011
Claims and Evidence with King-To Yeung, Fall 2010
Teaching Assistant, University of Pennsylvania:
Science and Literature with Professor Mark Adams, Spring 2008, 2009
Research Affiliate, Center for the Study of Social Organization (Princeton), 2012-2013
Research Assistant to Janet Vertesi (Princeton, Sociology), 2011-
Research Assistant to Professor Martin Ruef (Princeton, Sociology), 2011-2012
Research Affiliate, Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies (Princeton), 2010-2011
Research Intern on Broadband Review Project, Berkman Center (Harvard), Summer 2010
Research Assistant to Ryan Burg (Wharton, Business Ethics), Summer 2009
Research Assistant to Professor Paul DiMaggio (Princeton, Sociology), Summer 2008, 2009
Research Assistant to Professor Trevor Pinch (Cornell, STS), Spring 2007-Summer 2008
Reviewer for American Journal of Sociology
Princeton Sociology Graduate Recruitment Organizer, Spring 2010
Sociology Graduate Student Advisory Council representative, 2009-2010
Social Science Research Consultant, Europa Clipper Mission (NASA, Jet Propulsion Laboratory), 2014
2013. “Model Trains, Moral Prices.” Social Science History Association. November 22. Chicago, IL.
2013. “Model Trains, Moral Prices.” Society for Social Studies of Science. October 12. San Diego, CA.
2013. “Who killed science fiction? A case study in genre form transition.” Science Fiction & Fictions in Science Symposium (Rutgers University). March 1. New Brunswick, NJ.
2013. “Pricing the Priceless Network: Reconfiguring Network Infrastructures for Market Mechanisms.” Center for the Study of Social Organization (Princeton University). February 11. Princeton, NJ.
2012. “Classifying and Claiming the Prize: Public/Private Classification in the Age of Fighting Sail.” Social Science History Association. November 2. Vancouver, BC.
2012. “A Nation of Shopkeepers: Institutions, industrialization, & entrepreneurship in early modern societies” (given by Martin Ruef). Academy of Management. August 6. Boston, MA.
2012. “From the Pulps to the Stars: The Making of the American Science Fiction Magazine, 1923-1973.” Invited Lecture for Science and Literature (University of Pennsylvania). March 9. Philadelphia, PA.
2012. “Claiming the Prize: Rationalizing Privateering in Revolutionary America, 1775-1783.” Program in American Studies Graduate Seminar (Princeton University). March 1. Princeton, NJ.
2011. “From the Pulps to the Stars: The Making of the American Science Fiction Magazine, 1923-1973.” Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies (Princeton University). November 9. Princeton, NJ.
2011. “Claiming the Prize: Rationalizing Privateering in Revolutionary America, 1775-1783.” Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society. February 24. Philadelphia, PA.
2010. Commenter on Walter Powell, “Chance, Necessité, et Naïveté: Ingredients to create a new organizational form.” Center for the Study of Social Organization (Princeton University). February 4. Princeton, NJ.
2009. “Re-envisioning the pan-European polity: Varieties of national experience in the Eurovision Song Contest, 1998-2008.” Penn Program on Democracy, Citizenship, and Constitutionalism Undergraduate Conference (University of Pennsylvania). April 30. Philadelphia, PA.