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Anthropology and Science Fiction: Experiments in Thinking across Worlds
Table of Contents
Experiments in Thinking across Worlds Casper Bruun Jensen and Asli Kemiksiz PDF | Pages: i–xiii
Materials of Imagination: On the Limits and the Potentials of the Humanoid Robot Asli Kemiksiz PDF | Pages: 69–94
Revisiting a State of Nature: An Anthropological Encounter with Multispecies Science Fiction Michael Fisch PDF | Pages: 50–68
Ant Network Theory Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay and Geoffrey C. Bowker PDF | Pages: 26–49
Imagining Feminist Futures on the Small Screen: Inclusion and Care in VR Fictions Marisa Brandt and Lisa Messeri PDF | Pages: 1–25
Reclaiming Imagination: Speculative SF as an Art of Consequences An interview with Isabelle Stengers Casper Bruun Jensen and Line Marie Thorsen PDF | HTML
Writing Science Fiction Out of Experience: SF, Social Science and Planetary Transformations An interview with Kim Stanley Robinson Aslı Kemiksiz and Casper Bruun Jensen PDF | HTML
Life under Influence
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Introduction Dominique Lestel and Perig Pitrou PDF | Pages: i–ix.
Life as a Making
PDF | Pages: 1–37.
How Machines Force Us to Rethink What it Means to Be Living
PDF | Pages: 38–58.
The Body with Anonymous Organs: Transformation of the Body and the Social in Organ Transplantation
PDF | Pages: 59–75.
Robots: Technical Individuals and Systems
PDF | Pages: 76–89.
Viral Life, at Last
PDF | Pages: 90–114.