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Technically Speaking: On Equipping and Evaluating “Unnatural” Language Learners
(American Anthropologist, 2012-09)
This article compares different communicative trials for apes in captivity and children with autism in order to investigate how ideological assumptions about linguistic agency and impairment are constructed and challenged ...
Toward a New Theory of Waste: from "Matter Out of Place" to Signs of Life
(Theory, Culture & Society, 2014-09-23)
This paper offers a counterpoint to the prevailing account of waste in the human sciences. This account identifies waste, firstly, as the anomalous product of arbitrary social categorizations, or ‘matter out of place’, ...