All Tomorrow's Cultures

All Tomorrow's Cultures

Anthropological Engagements with the Future

Samuel Gerald Collins


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The first edition of All Tomorrow’s Cultures explored the legacy of futures-thinking in anthropology and marked the beginning of a resurgence of interest in anthropological futures.  The new edition has been updated to reflect some of the outpouring of work since then, particularly in science and technology studies and in anthropological analyses of indigenous futures.  In addition, Collins has updated the final chapter to expand the field of anthropological possibility in an age of both despair and hope.


Samuel Gerald Collins:

Samuel Gerald Collins is Professor of Anthropology at Towson University.  His research includes urban studies, social media, design anthropology and information technologies in South Korea and the United States. Among other books and articles, he is the co-author (with Matthew Durington) of Networked Anthropology (Routledge, 2015).