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Stefan Helmreich

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«Flexible Infections: Computer Viruses, Human Bodies, Nation-States, Evolutionary Capitalism»[Abstract] 59.38Kb 13071 hits

Stefan Helmreich received his B.A. from University of California, Los Angeles (Anthropology, 1989) and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Stanford University (Anthropology, 1995). Before joining the MIT Anthropology Faculty in 2003, he was Postdoctoral Associate in Science and Technology Studies at Cornell University (1995-1996), External Faculty Fellow at Rutgers University, at the Center for the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture (1996-1997), Lecturer in Anthropology at Stanford (1997-1999), Assistant Professor of Science and Society at New York University (1999-2002), and a Visiting Scholar at Pitzer College (2002-2003). His honors include a National Science Foundation Three-Year Graduate Fellowship (1990), a National Science Foundation Dissertation Research Grant (1993), a Dissertation Resident Fellowship at the Stanford Humanities Center (1994-95), the Nicholas Mullins Award for Outstanding Graduate Scholarship in Science and Technology Studies from the Society for Social Studies of Science (1995), the Diana Forsythe Book Prize from the American Anthropological Association (2001) for his book, Silicon Second Nature: Culturing Artificial Life in a Digital World (1998), and an Individual Research Grant from the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research (2003) for new work on the anthropology of marine biology.

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