New in the Blog Series
Our new series, Other Terms, Other Conditions has been launched! It brings together contributions that introduce non-English terms to disrupt established modes of theorising in so-called Western sciences. The aim of the editors, Endre Dányi, Clément Dréano and Gergely Mohácsi, is to contribute to the discussion on the political and theoretical effects of traversing between English and other languages. In the first entry, Jakkrit Sangkhamanee and Casper Bruun Jensen take the reader to Thailand where terms like curry (Kaeng; แกง) are meant to cause confusion and subversion during democratic protests.
- Roaming-with quiltros
- The Road To Hell Is Paved With Good Intentions
- Exploring languaging through an ontological register
- Performative Liveness in Doing Yolŋu Aboriginal Language.
Journal: Issue 5
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
The Functions of the Embassy in the World-Making Experiments of China Miéville Steven Brown PDF | Pages: 95–116
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
Table of Contents
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.