Deborah Heath

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Biography

Deborah Heath is a Professor of Anthropology at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon[1]. She earned her Ph.D. in 1988 at Johns Hopkins University, her M.A. University of Minnesota at Minneapolis–St. Paul, and her B.A. at Reed College.

She participated in midwifing cyborg anthropology, and attended the Cyborg Anthropology seminar in Santa Fe, NM that led to the book Cyborgs & Citadels. For several years she followed the human and nonhuman alliances involved in genetic knowledge production [cf: Genetic Nature/Culture, Univ. of California Press. Currently she is captivated by the techne and technoscience of food and drink, including the science and rhetoric of the foie gras controversy.

References

  1. Heath, Deborah. Lewis & Clark College Faculty. http://college.lclark.edu/faculty/members/deborah_heath/