AP/ANTH 4560 6.00
THE ANTHPOLOGY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
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Examines anthropological studies of science and technology to explore the power of scientific facts in contemporary cultures. Considers how facts are produced and stabilized in scientific laboratories, how facts are made to travel, and how we incorporate facts in our daily lives and practices. Key themes include the politics of science in relation to race, gender, identity, and capitalism.