Doing theory as an information scholar

Having completed undergraduate work in one of the last four-field anthropology departments, we often say that the four-field approach has one foot firmly planted in the sciences (biology, archaeology) and the other in the humanities (culture, linguistics). Taken together, these four lenses are thought to enable the holistic perspective. Yet, I find myself more skepticalContinue reading “Doing theory as an information scholar”

Ethnographic Encounters of the HCI kind in Bioastronautics

Research Plan –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– Problem Statement Bioastronautics is a branch of aerospace engineering that specializes in the study and support of life in space. Bioastronautics researchers are interested in the biological, behavioral, medical, and material domains of organisms in spaceflight. Technological advances have increasingly led to a deepened interest and urgency in the domain of spaceContinue reading “Ethnographic Encounters of the HCI kind in Bioastronautics”