Assorted Pieces and In Progress

Assorted

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2017). “Wound-Up Worlds and The Wind-Up Girl: On the Anthropology of Climate Change and Climate Fiction,” Paper presented at department of anthropology, University of Aarhus, September 2017.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2017) “Say Why You Say It: On Ethnographic and Rhetorical Effects,” unpubl. draft manus.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2016) “Thinking the New Earth: New Alliances in the Anthropocene.” Lecture given at Osaka University, Department of Human and Social Sciences, October 27, 2016.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2013) “Infrastructural Ontologies”. Key note presentation for the IV Reunião de Antropologia da Ciência e da Tecnologia (ReAct) conferene, UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil, 24-26 September 2013.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2005) “Description, Creativity, and Experimentation: On the Multiplicity of Usefulness in/of Ethnographic Practice”. Paper prepared for the panel “What is the point of description,” convened by Marilyn Strathern for the “Description and creativity: Approaches to collaboration and value from anthropology, art, science, and technology” conference, King’s College, Cambridge, U.K., July 3-5, 2005.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2008) “Acting With, Against – or, Acting out – in practice:  A Fractal View on Health Care (and) Research”. Paper presented at the 4S/EASST conference Acting with Science, Technology and Medicine, held in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, August 2008.

Jensen, Casper Bruun (2011) “Contingencies of Science and Culture – Some Inspirations from Barbara Herrnstein Smith”. Prepared for the ‘Science, Scientism, and Anti-Science in the Humanities’ Symposium held in Honor of Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Duke University, the Franklin Humanities Institute, February 11, 2011.

See http://www.fhi.duke.edu/events/barbara-herrnstein-smith-symposium for links to videos of the panels, featuring Ian Baucom, Frederic Jameson, Elizabeth Wilson, Jonathan Culler, Mark Hansen, Jane Tompkins, Andrew Janiak, Casper Bruun Jensen, Katherine Hayles, Nancy Amstrong, Stanley Fish, Susan Hegeman, Timothy Lenoir, Rob Mitchell and Barbara Herrnstein Smith.