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»Artificial Participation

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An Interview with Warren Sack Appears in Zeroing in on the Year 2000: The Final Edition (Late Editions 8 ) George E. Marcus, Editor (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000). Preface: Recently I was talking with a friend, relating an incident that had happened to me when my word processing program froze, when I realized Continue reading…

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»Fascia Movement Research Lab (Dumit & O’Connor)

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STS.175 Laboratory Studies Lab (Special Fall 2015 Course, limited to 19 students) Fascia Movement Research Lab (led by Prof. Joseph Dumit & Kevin O’Connor) Science & Technology Studies (STS) is the study of how science, technology, and medicine change. Laboratory studies involves participant observation in research labs to understand how facts are negotiated, crafted, and Continue reading…

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»Picturing Personhood: Brain Scans and Biomedical Identity

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By showing us the human brain at work, PET (positron emission tomography) scans are subtly–and sometimes not so subtly–transforming how we think about our minds. Picturing Personhood follows this remarkable and expensive technology from the laboratory into the world and back. It examines how PET scans are created and how they are being called on Continue reading…

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