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Message posted on 21/05/2019

EASST Review 38(2) published

Dear friends and colleagues,

EASST Review Volume 38(2) is available online:

You can also download the PDF here:

· In the editorial note Michaela Spencer reflects on how STS scholars
can participate in the creation of policy worlds.

· The section ‘STS Multiple’ features the Berlin based
Laboratory: Anthropology
of Environment|Human Relations.

· In the section ‘Cherish, not Perish‘ editor Peter Danholt makes
account on the emergence and ongoing bringing into existence of the Danish
journal STS Encounters.

· The section ‘EASST Activities’ features a workshop on
approaches to biobanking, medical technologies and biotechnology.

· The section ‘STS Events‘ reports on an open workshop on
organization forms of STS-in-Germany.

· In the News section the summer school “Introduction to
Anthropology of Outer Space” is announced.

Enjoy the articles and thanks for supporting the EASST Review!

Best wishes,

Ignacio Farías & the editorial committee
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