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Anthropological futures

By: Fischer, Michael M. J.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Durham [NC] : Duke University Press, ©2009Description: xxiv, 399 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780822344766.Subject(s): Anthropology | Ethnology | Interdisciplinary approach to knowledge
Contents:
Culture and cultural analysis as experimental systems -- Four cultural genealogies (or haplotype genealogical tests) for a recombinant anthropology of science and technology -- Emergent forms of (un)natural life -- Body marks (bestial/natural/divine): an essay on the social and biotechnical imaginaries, 1920/2008, and bodies to come -- Personhood and measuring the figure of old age : the geoid as transitional object -- Ask not what man is but what we may expect of him -- Conclusions and way ahead: cosmopolitanism, cosmopolitics, and anthropological futures.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [331]-377) and index.

Culture and cultural analysis as experimental systems -- Four cultural genealogies (or haplotype genealogical tests) for a recombinant anthropology of science and technology -- Emergent forms of (un)natural life -- Body marks (bestial/natural/divine): an essay on the social and biotechnical imaginaries, 1920/2008, and bodies to come -- Personhood and measuring the figure of old age : the geoid as transitional object -- Ask not what man is but what we may expect of him -- Conclusions and way ahead: cosmopolitanism, cosmopolitics, and anthropological futures.

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