re: an “anthropology of infrastructure”

Cultural Anthropology published Commentary from Nikhil Anand, Johnathan Bach, Julia Elyachar, and Daniel Mains.

There Nikhil Anand related, “I have found it helpful to think about infrastructure as a social-material assemblage; a process of making relations between bodies and things that is always in formation and always coming apart. Thinking about infrastructure as a process enables us to better theorize how our simultaneously social and natural worlds are constantly being made.

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