InSIS Seminar Series - Anthropological Approaches to Technics

InSIS is happy to announce its Seminar Series - Anthropological Approaches to Technics.

Seminars will be held weekly on Tuesdays from week one of the Oxford University Trinity Term (26 April), 3pm-5pm, in the Seminar Room, 64 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX26PN.

More information on the speakers and presentation titles will be announced as they become available.

Series Abstract: Anthropological Approaches to Technics

A great variety of approaches are available to understand how technics intersect with society at different scales, recruiting cosmologies, knowledge, bodies and materials in the process. Here we invite anthropologists and social scientists who, in one way or another, have presented inventive approaches to the anthropological study of technics and techniques, turning observations from the field into engaging and original accounts about people and the worlds they inhabit.