Registers of Movement, Registers of Animacy Bibliography:

Registers of Movement, Registers of Animacy

Bibliography:

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Josh Berson is an anthropologist at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, and design epistemologist at LUSTLab, The Hague. His book Computable Bodies is under contract with Bloomsbury.

 

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