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Introduction: The Human and the Social

This article introduced "the Human and the Social" inaugural issue of NatureCulture. In this article, Kasuga examines a broad intellectual moment, which has been characterized as a turn to ontology in anthropology, and towards networks and symmetrical approaches to humans and non-humans in...Read more

Anthropology as critique of reality: A Japanese turn

This introduction to a forum in HAU, written by Casper Bruun Jensen and Atsuro Morita, depicts "the anthropological genealogies that led to the Japanese interest in 'ontological matters,' and it offers an entry point for understanding Japanese interpretations of, and responses to, this set of...Read more

Folding together emic and ethic in a psychological field test

In her recent book Natural Reflections (Smith 2010: 2–5), B. H. Smith explains how, in the early 1950s, Marion Keech, resident of a town in the U.S. Midwest, called on...Read more

Learning to be a sensing plant

[One of the plant scientists] tells me how her lab is trying to bring this sunflower experiment indoors, into controlled conditions. “We can do this in a growth chamber too. So we’ve got LED...Read more

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