Jennifer Terry, Attachments to War: biomedical logics and violence in twenty-first century America, looks into the nexus of war, medical treatment, and prosthetics — looks promising.
And in lockstep with my last post and my continuing interest in the prosthetics of military violence… A new book from Jennifer Terry, Attachments to War: biomedical logics and violence in twenty-first century America, also due from Duke University Press in November: In Attachments to War Jennifer Terry traces how biomedical logics entangle Americans […]
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nothing beats tracking the actual connections/interactions , sort of the STS version of follow the $
Been reading the book on-line right now — that section on masculine performance in the chapters about sperm banks/banking and the following chapter about voluntary relinquishment of organs (kidneys, in that case) is some really sound work! Good find!
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Terrific. The world needs more cartographic thinking!
On Wed, Aug 23, 2017 at 9:52 AM, Installing (Social) Order wrote:
good to keep tracking those supply chains.