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Anthropology and STS: Generative interfaces, multiple locations

de la Cadena, Marisol, Lien, Marianne E., Blaser, Mario, Jensen, Casper B., Lea, Tess, Morita, Atsuro, Swanson, Heather A., Ween, Gro B., West, Paige and Wiener, Margaret J. (2015). Anthropology and STS: Generative interfaces, multiple locations. Journal of Ethnographic Theory,5(1):437-475.

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Title Anthropology and STS: Generative interfaces, multiple locations
Author de la Cadena, Marisol
Lien, Marianne E.
Blaser, Mario
Jensen, Casper B.
Lea, Tess
Morita, Atsuro
Swanson, Heather A.
Ween, Gro B.
West, Paige
Wiener, Margaret J.
Journal Name Journal of Ethnographic Theory
Publication Date 2015
Volume Number 5
Issue Number 1
ISSN 2049-1115   (check CDU catalogue open catalogue search in new window)
Scopus ID 2-s2.0-84939551778
Start Page 437
End Page 475
Total Pages 39
Place of Publication United Kingdom
Publisher University of Cambridge * The Mongolia & Inner Asia Studies Unit
HERDC Category C1 - Journal Article (DIISR)
Abstract In this multi-authored essay, nine anthropologists working in different parts of the world take part in a conversation about the interfaces between anthropology and STS (science and technology studies). Through this conversation, multiple interfaces emerge that are heterogeneously composed according to the languages, places, and arguments from where they emerge. The authors explore these multiple interfaces as sites where encounters are also sites of difference—where complex groupings, practices, topics, and analytical grammars overlap, and also exceed each other, composing irregular links in a conversation that produces connections without producing closure.
Keywords Interface
Science and technology studies
Collaborative spaces
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