Tag: speculative anthropology

Anthropological Speculative Fiction: The Ice of Thalassis´┐╝

emmalouisebackeanthro , October 21st, 2021


By Esther Stoppani 001897 The first thing I feel upon waking is the cold; the freezing-hot sensation of blood rushing in my veins. My head feels gummy, and…


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From Hope-Punk to Speculative Fiction: TGA 2020 Round-Up

Emma Louise Backe , January 4th, 2021


Believe it or not, we started 2020 with the proposition of Hope-Punk, the possibilities that could emerge through the disposition of hope. Throughout this year, we’ve explored how…


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Speculative Anthropology Series in Cultural Anthropology

Samuel Gerald Collins , December 18th, 2018


Please check out this provocative collection of papers at cultural anthropology.  Edited by Ryan Anderson, Emma Louise Backe, Taylor Nelms, Elizabeth Reddy and Jeremy Trombley (and including my…


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Toying with Our Teleologies: Reflections on What SF Can Do for Anthropology

Emma Louise Backe , April 5th, 2018


By Priya Chandrasekaran, Taylor C. Nelms, Valerie Olson, Elizabeth Reddy, Heather Thomas, and Nicholas Welcome At the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association in late 2017, a…


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