The CASTAC Blog is a web log for discussion and exchange on anthropological studies of science and technology as social phenomena. Created by members of the Committee on the Anthropology of Science, Technology, and Computing (http://castac.org/), The CASTAC Blog aims to promote dialogue on theories, tools, and social interactions that explore questions at the intersection of anthropology and science and technology studies.
We seek to build a thriving discourse among a community of scholars concerned about the implications of techno-science, technologized products, and worldviews for human beings and other forms of life. Our approach is interdisciplinary and inclusive. We encourage both regular and occasional contributions from students, faculty, and researchers within and beyond academia in each of the following sections:
- Research – Post about initial observations, ongoing work, research results, or publications (Email email@example.com)
- Adventures in Pedagogy – Share successful or novel teaching approaches, assignments, and methods (Email firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Tools & Techniques – Discuss methods or tools you find useful or problematic. (Email email@example.com)
- Beyond the Academy: Tell us about grappling with techno-science and publications outside of academia. (Email firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Member Sound-Off: Speak up about you what you’d like to see and do within CASTAC. (Email email@example.com)
Email Patricia G. Lange (firstname.lastname@example.org) with general questions and tell a friend!
The CASTAC Blog is brought to you by:
Patricia G. Lange (email@example.com) – Editor-in-Chief
Jordan Kraemer (firstname.lastname@example.org) – Web Producer, Tools & Technology Editor
Jennifer Cool (email@example.com) – Executive Producer, Member Sound-Off Editor