Table of contents for Anthropology and science : epistemologies in practice / edited by Jeanette Edwards, Penny Harvey, and Peter Wade.


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Introduction: Epistemologies in Practice. Jeanette Edwards, Penny Harvey Harvey and Peter Wade (all University of Manchester) * Astrophysics, Anthropology and Other Imperial Pursuits. Simon Schaffer (University of Cambridge) * Industry Going Public: Rethinking Knowledge and Administration. Alberto Corsi;n-Jime;nez (University of Manchester) * Rationality and Contingency: Rhetoric, Practice and Legitimation in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Catherine Alexander (Goldsmiths College, University of London) * Information Society Finnish-Style, or an Anthropological View of the Modern. Eeva Berglund (Independent researcher) * Nga rakau a te pakeha: Reconsidering Maori Anthropology. Amiria Henare (University of Cambridge) * The Second Nuclear Age. Hugh Gusterson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) * Genealogical Hybridities: The Making and Unmaking of Blood Relatives and Predictive Knowledge in Breast Cancer Genetics. Sahra Gibbon (University College London) * Where Do We Find Our Monsters? Debbora Battaglia (Mount Holyoake College) * Echolocation in Bolivip. Tony Crook (University of St Andrews) * Being Human in a Dualistically-Conceived Embodied World: Descartes' Dualism and Sakais' Universalist Concepts of (Altered) Consciousness, Inner-Knowledge and Self. Nathan Porath (University of Aberdeen)
Introduction: Epistemologies in Practice. Jeanette Edwards, Penny Harvey Harvey and Peter Wade (all University of Manchester) * Astrophysics, Anthropology and Other Imperial Pursuits. Simon Schaffer (University of Cambridge) * Industry Going Public: Rethinking Knowledge and Administration. Alberto Corsi;n-Jime;nez (University of Manchester) * Rationality and Contingency: Rhetoric, Practice and Legitimation in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Catherine Alexander (Goldsmiths College, University of London) * Information Society Finnish-Style, or an Anthropological View of the Modern. Eeva Berglund (Independent researcher) * Nga rakau a te pakeha: Reconsidering Maori Anthropology. Amiria Henare (University of Cambridge) * The Second Nuclear Age. Hugh Gusterson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) * Genealogical Hybridities: The Making and Unmaking of Blood Relatives and Predictive Knowledge in Breast Cancer Genetics. Sahra Gibbon (University College London) * Where Do We Find Our Monsters? Debbora Battaglia (Mount Holyoake College) * Echolocation in Bolivip. Tony Crook (University of St Andrews) * Being Human in a Dualistically-Conceived Embodied World: Descartes' Dualism and Sakais' Universalist Concepts of (Altered) Consciousness, Inner-Knowledge and Self. Nathan Porath (University of Aberdeen)



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Anthropology -- Philosophy.
Science -- Philosophy.
Science -- Social aspects.
Science and civilization.