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  • == [[Traditional Anthropology]] == *[[Building a House on Digital Ground - A Primer on New Media]]
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  • == Why Cyborg Anthropology? == A cursory web search shows little about the relatively new field of Cyborg Anthropology. Worse, there are no lists of resources or even tools to figure out where t
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  • ...ithin the AAA cyborg anthropology is associated with the Committee for the Anthropology of Science, Technology and Computing (CASTAC). ...ractions, versus just the analog interactions, is another aspect of cyborg anthropology.
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  • *Digital Grampa - Well, we've all become reliant on technology. Shoes aren't a life- *Digital Grampa - @Owen Hall: The process is the fun part. <br />
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  • Non-places: Introduction to an anthropology of supermodernity Verso, London & New York, 1995. ...this book with quite a hipster title, "Non-places - an Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity".
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  • [[Category:Digital Anthropology]]
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  • *SOAN 390 - [[Cyborg Anthropology: Anthropology of Science and Technology]] *1A.350 / SP.484J / STS.086 [[The Anthropology of Computing: Digital Cultures Spring 2009 MIT]] | [http://web.mit.edu/wgs/academics/syllabi/SP48
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  • Marc Augé, Non-Places: an Introduction to the Anthropology of Supermodernity, London & New York: Verso, 1995 ...ed tactics of resistance]]," International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Volume 4, Issue 2-3, 2009
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  • ...t|56px]][[File:cyborg-anthro-logo.png|right|56px]]Welcome to the '''Cyborg Anthropology Wiki!'''</div> <div style="font-size: 95%;">The ultimate source on information about Cyborg Anthropology.</div>
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  • ===Teaching Cyborg Anthropology=== '''Planning to teach Cyborg Anthropology?''' See [[Course Materials]] for syllabi and book recommendations. Looking
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  • ...pt to develop an understanding of consumption in daily life in relation to digital cultural objects. It will also argue that these mediated commodities, in th [[Category:Traditional Anthropology]]
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  • [[Category:Books|Cell Phone, The: An Anthropology of Communication]] [[Category:Mobile Computing|Cell Phone, The: An Anthropology of Communication]]
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  • [[Category:Digital Anthropology]] [[Category:Traditional Anthropology]]
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  • [[Category:Digital Anthropology]]
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  • ...pt to develop an understanding of consumption in daily life in relation to digital cultural objects. It will also argue that these mediated commodities, in th ...ww.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a738565187 Consumption And Digital Commodities In The Everyday]
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  • ...our apartment, you are experiencing your local time and space but also the digital time and space. ..., websites, news, incoming calls, notes to my future self, apps, ect. Each digital geography has a different set if natives, some imports, and some immigrants
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  • [[Category:Digital Anthropology]]
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  • [[Category:Digital Anthropology]]
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  • [[Category:Traditional Anthropology]] [[Category:Digital Anthropology]]
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  • [[Category:Digital Anthropology]]
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  • ...ions of individuals in the postmodern state. This is the realm of [[cyborg anthropology]], which, according to co-developer [[Donna Haraway]], “explores the prod [[Category:Traditional Anthropology]]
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  • ...al intelligence and robotics; cyborgs, technobodies and virtual sociality; digital identities; geeks, gamers and hactivism. Throughout the course we’ll be a *Silicon Second Nature: Culturing Artificial Life in a Digital World.
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  • See all materials on the [http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Anthropology/21A-850JSpring-2009/CourseHome/index.htm MIT Open Courseware Page]. ...entral topics concerning the cultural and material practices that comprise digital technologies. We'll examine social histories of automata and automation; th
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  • Jordan, Ann T. 2002. Design anthropology. In Business anthropology. Prospect Heights: Waveland Press, 75-83. ...gitte. 1997. Transforming ethnography reinventing research. CAM (Cultural Anthropology Methods) 9:3: 12-17.
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  • *Slide 14: In Anthropology, one could call this a Digital Phenomenology *Slide 64: The level of Friction in the Digital world has far less.
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  • [[After Culture - Reflections on the Apparition of Anthropology in Artificial Life]], a Science of Simulation by Gary Lee Downey [[Everything Is Miscellaneous: The Power of the New Digital Disorder]] by David Weinberger
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  • [[Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity]] by [[Marc Augé]] ===Applying Traditional Anthropology to Digital Analysis===
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  • *In Anthropology, one could call this a Digital Phenomenology *The level of Friction in the Digital world has far less.
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  • ====Cyborg Anthropology O'Reilly Webcast==== I gave an hour-long webcast called Cyborg Anthropology: A Short Introduction on August, 5 2010
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  • [[File:cyborg-anthropology-dictionary-may-2011.jpg|thumb|375px|right|Available May 2011 - [http://cybo When first faced with the term Cyborg Anthropology, one's thougts might initially turn to obocop or Terminator. Though these i
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  • ...s and digital ecosystems. I still find this title to be accurate, however, anthropology, I would argue, sometimes suffers from not being perceived as an applied sc
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  • 1/ Cyborg anthropology : how did it change in the last couple of years? ...of the role it plays in their lives and seek to understand it more. Cyborg Anthropology is a toolset for understanding how technology affects our cultural and soci
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  • ...Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1948, pp. 11-12.</ref> Wiener believed that the digital computer had raised the question of the relationship between the human and ...hat originally developed cybernetics in the 1940's, brought cybernetics to anthropology at an early stage. The influence of cybernetics is also clearly visible in
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  • ...n. When speaking, one's proximal space quite large. On the Internet, one's digital presence can be large or small depending on their research, presence, and t [[Category:Traditional Anthropology]]
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  • ...act of maintaining boundaries in the presence of others in a physical or a digital space. Boundary-making can manifest as maintaining boundaries of one's soci [[Category:Traditional Anthropology]]
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  • CyborgAnthropology.com aims to be a digital education resource and library for researchers and students. Any content or ...missions are encouraged, not only those that deal with the study of cyborg anthropology, but those
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  • by [[Aaron McLeod]], a Canadian student enrolled in an Anthropology of Cyberspace class. Written Nov 20th, 2010. ...orizing the future of technology. And also, perhaps, the future course of anthropology.
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  • *[[Urban Anthropology]] *[[Building a House on Digital Ground - A Primer on New Media]]
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  • ...anthropology to software design and marketing, to zoology and finance, the digital and analog methods of a cyborg anthropologist are applicable to every field *Digital Strategy
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  • There are many things you can do with a degree in anthropology. The anthropology major has access to a skill set that is unique and powerful. Unlike other m *Digital Strategists
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  • Anthropology contribute to Media Literacy? Sept. 29 The history of digital media. Text discussion: Wilson and Peterson 2002
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  • "As the flow of information increases under the innovations of the digital economy, the symbolic power of the virtual self will overcome the power of ...f Virtual Reality; Or, A Past Seen From a Possible Future. Visual Anthropology Review, vol. 8, no. 1, Spring, pp. 38-55.
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  • Marc Augé, Non-Places: an Introduction to the Anthropology of Supermodernity, London & New York: Verso, 1995 ...ed tactics of resistance]]," International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Volume 4, Issue 2-3, 2009
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  • ...irely virtual, part virtual and real, and completely real. For instance, a digital anthropologist could practice deep hanging out in a user group or chatroom The digital anthropologist could also use the virtual site to identify group members to
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  • ...wards each other. Like a traditional anthropologist, the main concern of a digital ethnographer is locating the field site and learning the language of the na ====Traditional and Digital Ethnography====
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  • [[After Culture - Reflections on the Apparition of Anthropology in Artificial Life]], a Science of Simulation by Gary Lee Downey [[Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity]] by [[Marc Augé]]
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  • ...modern techno-human condition. An essential read for any scholar of Cyborg Anthropology. An excellent review by fellow scholar Erik Davis can be found [http://www. ...om/My-Mother-Was-Computer-Subjects/dp/0226321487 My Mother Was a Computer: Digital Subjects and Literary Texts] (University of Chicago Press, 2005)
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  • ...d rather than genetically inherited. This is no longer widely believed in anthropology and psychology" http://anthro.palomar.edu/tutorials/cglossary.htm (in the digital space, this would be a site-specific personality type - that one's personal
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  • [[Category:Traditional Anthropology]] [[My Mother Was a Computer: Digital Subjects and Literary Texts]]
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  • ...hropology-terms-flash-cards/ (jason scott provides this an an archivits of digital history) [[Category:Traditional Anthropology]]
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