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Science and Technology Studies (STS)

Tracking Properness: Repackaging Culture in a Remote Australian Town

Geeks, Social Imaginaries, and Recursive Publics

Mutant Ecologies: Radioactive Life in Post–Cold War New Mexico

Making the Monkey: How the Togean Macaque Went from "New Form" to "Endemic Species' in Indonesians' Conservation Biology

Bovine Abominations: Genetic Culture and Politics in the Netherlands

The Flexible and the Pliant: Disturbed Organisms of Soviet Modernity

Recovering True Selves in the Electro-Spiritual Field of Universal Love

"Dangerous Instrumentality": The Bystander as Subject in Automobility


Musical Community on the Internet: An On-line Ethnography

The Sacred in the Scientific: Ambiguous Practices of Science in Tibetan Medicine

Languages of Sex and AIDS in Nepal: Notes on the Social Production of Commensurability

Editor's Note: On Anthropology and/in/of Science


After Culture: Reflection on the Apparition of Anthropology in Artificial Life, a Science of Simulation

Cyborg Violence: Bursting Borders and Bodies with Queer Machines

"Local Theory": Nature and the Making of an Amazonian Place

Technologies of Everyday Life: The Economy of Impotence in Reform China

Ethnographies of Science: Conversation with the Authors and Commentary

Nuclear Weapons and the Other in the Western Imagination

Maya Hackers and the Cyberspatialized Nation-State: Modernity, Ethnostalgia, and a Lizard Queen in Guatemala

“These Are the Stories That the Dogs Tell”: Discourses of Identity and Difference in Ethnography and Science Fiction

Sarcophagus: Chernobyl in Historical Light

Cyborg Anthropology

The Ethnography of Natural Selection in the 1990s

Comments on Emily Martin's “The Ethnography of Natural Selection in the 1990s”

Postmodernism and the Public Sphere: Implications for an Historical Ethnography

Exceptional Experiences in Everyday Life

Rethinking Modernity: Space and Factory Discipline in China

Anthropology as Cultural Critique: Inserts for the 1990s Cultural Studies of Science, Visual-Virtual Realities, and Post-Trauma Polities

Anthropology As Cultural Critique: Inserts for the 1990s Cultural Studies of Science, Visual-Virtual Realities, and Post-Trauma Polities

A Broad(er)side to the Canon Being a Partial Account of a Year of Travel among Textual Communities in the Realm of Humanities Centers and Including a Collection of Artificial Curiosities