Multiple Nature-Cultures, Diverse Anthropologies (Special Issue of Social Analysis).

NOW out as a book. Originally, special issue of Social Analysis.

Introduction by Casper Bruun Jensen and Atsuro Morita. Original contributions by Marilyn Strather, Naoki Kasuga, Antonia Walford, Andrew Pickering, Heather Swanson, Kazuyoshi Sugawara and Martin Skrydstrup.

“The editors of this volume offer a notion of nature that is both cosmopolitan and provincial. Combining ethnography and philosophy, this collection takes on complexity as a tool for empirical analysis across themes, places, and histories.” • Marisol de la Cadena, University of California, Davis

“The intersection between anthropology and STS has been one of the most fertile grounds for experimentation among critical social and cultural theorists over recent decades. Showcasing some of its most influential contributors, as well as a number of shooting stars, this volume takes this discussion to a new level of sophistication by returning to the ‘ground zero’ of anthropological (auto) critique: the nature-culture binary and its negotiation within diverse cultural and academic traditions.” • Morten Axel Pedersen, University of Copenhagen

“This volume offers an indispensable exploration of debates on ontological multiplicity and difference, folded elegantly into case studies that dance between science studies and anthropology in Japanese as well as Euro-American registers.” • Amiria Salmond, University of Auckland

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Jensen, Casper Bruun. “Eksperimenter i Nationale Identiteter på Expo 2000”. Kulturo. 33-41. 2002.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Brit Ross Winthereik. (2002). “Political and Moralising Moments: Documents as Material Agents in Danish Visions of IT in HealthCare”. Information Technology and People 15(3): 127-41.



Jensen, Casper Bruun. (2001). “CSCW Design Reconceptualized Through Science Studies” AI & Society, 15: 200-15. 2001. Reprinted in Gill, Satinder (ed.) Cognition, Communication and Interaction: Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Interactive TechnologyLondon: Springer Verlag. 2008, pp. 132-48.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Peter Lauritsen. (2001) “Videnskabelighed i et cyborg-perspektiv: TV-programmet Big Brother som videnskabeligt eksperiment” Dansk Sociologi 12(2): 45-63.

Jensen, Casper Bruun and Randi Markussen. (2001). “Mårup Church and Politics of   Hybridisation – On Complexities of Choice”Social Studies of Science 31(6): 795-820.