movement

Sensing Oneself Balanced video-talk (on the notion and practice of balancing, using contact improvisation, tightwire walking, notions of being off balance) presented at the Society for Social Studies of Science meetings in Boston, Sep 2017

New papers on movement, improvisation,

Natasha Myers – amazing dancing anthropologist of plants and proteins

some different kinds of interventions I’ve been doing around neuro/anthro/philosophy

 

 

 

 

 

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»Teach Affecting Attention, Material Thought

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ANT210 Affecting Attention, Material Thought Instructor: Joe Dumit  Time: Fall 2011   The encounter between two disciplines doesn’t take place when one reflects on the other, but when one discipline realizes that it has to resolve, for itself, a problem similar to one confronted by the other. – Gilles Deleuze In this course we will Continue reading…

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»Objective Brains, Prejudicial Images

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Science in Context 12, 1 (1999), pp.173-201 In this article I argue that brain images constructed with computerized tomography (CT) and positron emission tomography (PET) are part of a category of “expert images” and are both visually persuasive and also particularly difficult to interpret and understand by non-experts. Following the innovative judicial analogy of “demonstrative Continue reading…

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»Cyborg Babies

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From Techno-sex to Techno-tots Edited by Robbie Davis-Floyd and Joseph Dumit (Routledge, Aug 1998) From fetuses scanned ultrasonically to computer hackers in daycare, contemporary children are increasingly rendered cyborg by their immersion in technoculture. As we are faced with reproductive choices connected directly with technologies, we often have trouble gaining perspective on our own cultural Continue reading…

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