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  • ...e field capable of absorbing, classifying and understanding new phenomena, cultural change, and the digital world. Digital Anthropology is also closely related ...are two types of people present in the universe of cyborg anthropological studies. One is the student of anthropology. The other is the technosocially connec
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  • ...attending with frequency the annual meetings of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (SSSS) and applying cyborgian perspectives to a wide research sp ..., and behaviors of past or present human groups (archaeology, linguistics, cultural anthropology). At the base level an anthropologist might go over to another
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  • '''The 1st international congress on Web Studies''' ...ibed according to data structures, visual surfaces, algorithmic processes, cultural uses, means and venue for artistic expressions and site of human-computer i
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  • ...l invention and sustainability. Other broad topics of interest include the cultural contexts, philosophy and politics of: === Social Studies of Science ===
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  • *Tristan Palmer, Editorial Director (Contact for: Design; Interior Design; Cultural History Reference) ...secondary reading on 2nd/3rd year courses on "Technocultures" in Cultural Studies and on "Technology & Society" in Sociology. <br /><br />
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  • *New Media, Game Studies, Design: Katie Helke, Assistant Acquisitions Editor (253-8389) *Art, Architecture, Visual & Cultural Studies: Roger Conover, Executive Editor (253-1677)
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  • ...lant technology, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality, among other cultural and scientific developments, "the prosthetic" conjures up a posthuman condi ...h taken by The Prosthetic Impulse draws on disciplines ranging from gender studies, philosophy, and visual culture to psychoanalysis, cybertheory, and phenome
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  • ====Science and Technology Studies==== *STS.464 [[Cultural History of Technology]] Spring 2005
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  • Joel Bonnemaison, [[Culture and Space: Conceiving a New Cultural Geography]], I.B. Tauris, 2005 ...timations of Everyday Life: Ubiquitous Computing and the City]]." Cultural Studies, Volume 18, Numbers 2‚ 3, pp. 384-408, 2004 [pdf]
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  • ...nce and technology, the anthropology of science, or science and technology studies. ...se in Cyborg Anthropology, Digital Anthropology, or Science and Technology Studies please contact me at case@cyborganthropology.com.
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  • ...velop an understanding of consumption in daily life in relation to digital cultural objects. It will also argue that these mediated commodities, in the practic [[Category:Critical Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cultural Studies|Cell Phone, The: An Anthropology of Communication]] [[Category:Urban Studies|Cell Phone, The: An Anthropology of Communication]]
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  • [[Category:Communication Studies]] [[Category:Critical Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Communication Studies]] [[Category:Urban Studies]]
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  • ...While such interdisciplinary approaches are common to many studies of the cultural effects of technological change, few of the models and hypotheses developed ...ify significant ways in which local economic, technological, political and cultural conditions shape the use and perception of the mobile.
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  • ...velop an understanding of consumption in daily life in relation to digital cultural objects. It will also argue that these mediated commodities, in the practic [[Category:Urban Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cultural Studies]] [[Category:Urban Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cultural Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • ...on the Screen is a deeply engaging and eloquent book which brings together cultural analysis, psychoanalytic insight, and the most current knowledge of compute [[Category:Cultural Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cultural Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cyborg Studies]] [[Category:Cultural Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cultural Studies]] [[Category:Critical Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cyborg Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • ...yborg has been in existence for decades, and is one of the most persistent cultural images of the past century. The cyborg is a cypher—an enigmatic image of [[Category:Cyborg Studies]]
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  • ...artment of Cultural Studies (formerly the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies) before going on to found the Cybernetic Culture Research Unit at the Unive
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  • [[Category:Critical Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • ..."cultured" gorilla, i.e. Koko, come to represent universal man? Author and cultural critic Donna Haraway untangles the web of meanings, tracing what gets to co [[Category:Critical Studies]]
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  • ...course readings include some defining texts, which we’ll read along with cultural analyses of computing history and of various contemporary configurations of *Kelty, Christopher (2008) Two Bits: The cultural significance of free software. Durham and London: Duke University Press.
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  • ...ns of sociomaterial relations, informed by feminist science and technology studies. ...ns of sociomaterial relations, informed by feminist science and technology studies.
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  • Button, Graham, ed. 1992. Technology in working order: studies of work, interaction, and technology. London: Routledge. Jordan, Brigitte. 1997. Transforming ethnography reinventing research. CAM (Cultural Anthropology Methods) 9:3: 12-17.
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  • ...n innovative use of methods, tools, and technologies to bind research with cultural production. Known for her theories on playculture, activist design, and cri As a researcher, she focuses on popular culture, digital studies, and computer games to look at issues of representation, behavior, equity,
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  • ...d Rich Internet Applications, from various perspectives such as technical, cultural, social, and communicational. *Applications and case studies
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  • Marshall: I think there’s a real sort of cultural anxiety about the end of books, and the death of text. And there was also s But in this talk I’m trying to summarize 15 years of studies on cooperation, and reading tech, to really find out what reading is. So yo
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  • == Cyborg Studies == == Urban Studies ==
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  • [[Handbook of Methods of Cultural Anthropology]] by Russ Bernard [[Production Studies: Cultural Studies of Media Industries]] by Vicki Mayer (Editor)
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  • ...participants. Another great resource in this field is Mary Flanigan. She studies games and wrote a wonderful book called Critical Play that combines a view ...ogy is nothing more than a chronicle of humankind and its relationship and cultural reaction to tools. And now our tools are evolving much faster than we are.
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  • 3. To use contemplative practice to explore and gain insight into broader cultural (third-person) practices; ...Education of the Whole Person. ARTS: The Arts in Religious and Theological Studies, 16, 2.
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  • ...ive, 'deep' interaction. Such interaction should produce some form of deep cultural understanding. Clifford notes a shift away from fieldwork as essentially on ...derman that “the smallest gestures and the most casual interactions hold cultural meaning. I have begun to see my everyday life in a new way — it has becom
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  • ...ciality—a drive that can be frequently thwarted, by the geographical and cultural realities of cities increasingly structured, according to the needs of powe ...t point about that by Micheal Wesch, an anthropologist at Kansas State who studies YouTube. He talks about two friends who are telling stories to each othr.
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  • [[Category:Communication Studies]] [[Category:Critical Studies]]
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