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Onto-logical Things and Anthropological Matters (2012年2月11日(土) 14:30-17:00)

日時:2012年2月11日(土) 14:30~17:00 

場所:慶應義塾大学三田キャンパス 慶應義塾大学三田キャンパス 東館4Fセミナールーム  (キャンパスマップ)

司会 宮坂敬造 (慶應義塾大学大学院社会学研究科教授、哲学・文化人類学班)

As part of material cultures or symbolic systems, artifacts are established subjects of anthropological conceptualization. Some have been looking for the footprints of ancient civilizations at archeological sites, while others have been tracing the manifestation of social order through gifts and commodities. The basic concern of most, if not all, of these approaches has been with the ways in which things are used and understood by humans. This workshop starts from a different question, namely, what things do? Such an ontological shift has been the topic of a series of experimental work during the past decade. Bizarre, as it may sound, the promise of such a shift is that it enables us to look beyond the human-centered framework of anthropology. The two presenters will propose two different ways to do so, followed by a discussion including other possibilities.

講演 Casper B. Jensen(IT University of Copenhagen, Technologies in Practice Research Group)
Ontological Phase-Shifts: The Electronic Patient Record, ca. 1995
講演 Fabio Raphael Gygi (Doshisha University, Department of Sociology)
Where the Wild Things Are: Can We Conceive of Objects Beyond/ Before Relationality?


総合討論 (Q&Aを含み)

司会 Mohacsi Gergely (慶應義塾大学、CARLS 哲学・文化人類学班研究員)

詳しくはポスターをご覧ください。 CARLS120211poster.pdf