teaching cyberpunk

The second course I will teach during the upcoming winterterm will deal with my ideas of possible connections between cyberpunk and anthropology as jotted down in previous entries: ↵writing culture and cyberpunk, ↵anthropology voight-kampff style, ↵anthropology’s shades. Here’s the abstract:  This course is based on a maybe deviant idea, it is an experiment, but by far not the first one in sociocultural anthropology. Since the 1980s experimental writing, even literary ethnographies are asked for again and again. Maybe even since a decade earlier modern anthropology is prompted to deliver social and cultural critique. In principle contemporary anthropology is able to … Continue reading