Experiments in Thinking across Worlds

Contributors

Contributed date

August 11, 2019 - 5:10am

Critical Commentary

This is an introduction to the special issue in volume 5 of the journal NatureCulture of the same title. "Science fiction" here is proposed as ethnographic data that provides entry points for rethinking the distinction between "real" and "fictional" in anthropology, STS and beyond. Methodological experiments of looping, recursion and lateral movements promise to enable us to start thinking across ontological difference. 

Source

Casper Bruun Jensen and Asli Kemiksiz. 2019. “Experiments in Thinking across Worlds.” NatureCulture 5: i–xiii.

Language

English

Cite as

Casper Bruun Jensen and Asli Kemiksiz, "Experiments in Thinking across Worlds", contributed by Gergely Mohacsi, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 11 August 2019, accessed 1 December 2021.