About the Sawyer Seminar
This seminar will convene an interdisciplinary and international group of scholars to discuss comparatively the innovative possibilities, for scholarship and politics, that might emerge at the crossroads of two major current events: indigenous social movements and the conceptual production generated by studies of science and technology. While taking place in radically different social contexts and geographical regions, both interrogate the division between nature and culture that organizes modern life. The Seminar will explore the political consequences of such conceptual interrogation.
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