A remarkable fact of recent developments in Science and Technology Studies is that anthropologists have begun to study the laboratories of natural scientists but have
not turned the anthropological gaze onto themselves. Until ethnographic studies of the functioning of anthropology departments in France, Germany, Finland, Japan
and other countries are done, ‘symmetrical anthropology’, as Latour (2013: 290) calls it, remains unrealised. If the gossip and rumours that circulate in the corridors...[Show more]
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