Deleuzian Intersections: Science, Technology, Anthropology

 

Deleuzian Intersections, published by Berghahn (2009/ pb 2012). Edited with Kjetil Rödje. Contributions from Geoff Bowker, Steven D. Brown, Arturo Escobar & Michal Osterweil, Mariam Fraser, Adrian Mackenzie, Andrew Pickering, Erich Scienke, Isabelle Stengers,  Eduardo Viveiros de Castro. Read the introduction here.

“This remarkable work… creates a compelling radicalism from which to broach issues and problems that turn out to belong to no one discipline.”   ·  Marilyn Strathern, Cambridge University

“Science studies has long been in need of some Deleuzian lines of flight from its predictable territories – now the wait is over… If the next century will be known as Deleuzian, as Foucault famously predicted, then the next century’s science studies will proliferate and unfold from the rich materials collected here.”   ·  Mike Fortun, Department of Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

This is an excellent edited collection that points to new lines of inquiry in the areas explored. The editors must congratulate themselves in pulling together a fine body of work. “ ·  JRAI

To consider anew the relation of science and humanities beyond the simplistic finger-pointing of “social constructivism” or the reductivism of STS, as this book does, is an important direction for continuing Deleuze’s project.”  ·  SubStance

See book reviews in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute and in Substance

 

 

 

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2002

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.

 

2001

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.