Anthropologies of Science and Technology in Japan

This exhibit delineates how anthropology and STS in Japan have intermingled and rearticulated formerly distinctive and separate fields, including (sub-)disciplines such as ecological anthropology, primatology, and medical anthropology, as well as topics such as materiality, embodiment, environment, and infrastructure. It will catalog and map relations among scholars and literatures in Japan to exhibit how STS has emerged within and across political and intellectual boundaries of Japan. 


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Created date

July 1, 2018

Cite as

Gergely Mohacsi, Yoko Taguchi, Miki Namba, Grant Jun Otsuki, Miho Ishii and Shuhei Kimura. 1 July 2018, "Anthropologies of Science and Technology in Japan", STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 6 April 2021, accessed 1 December 2021.