This essay includes clips from an interview with Dr. William Maurer, Professor of Law and Anthropolgy, and Dean of Social Sciences at UCI. This interview was conducted by James Adams, Nandita Badami, and Taylor Nelms.
This essay helps to answer the following STS Across Borders analytic questions:
BEGINNINGS: What stories have been told about the beginnings of this STS formation?
CONDITIONS: What external conditions have influenced this STS formation?
INFRASTRUCTURES: What scholarly infrastructure has supported this STS formation?
EVENTS: What events have marked the development of this STS formation?
PROJECTS: What people, projects, and products exemplify how this STS formation has developed over time?
ENGAGEMENTS: How has the work of this STS formation moved beyond the university?
TOPICS: What topics have been prominent in this STS formation in different periods?
FUTURES: How is the future of this STS formation envisioned?
This essay is part of a broader exhibit on STS at UCI Anthro.