How Knowledge Moves

About the Author: John Krige

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✰ How Knowledge Moves  Epub ✶ Author John Krige –
  • Hardcover
  • 408 pages
  • How Knowledge Moves
  • John Krige
  • 25 April 2018
  • 022660585X

How Knowledge Moves Knowledge Matters, And States Have A Stake In Managing Its Movement To Protect A Variety Of Local And National Interests The View That Knowledge Circulates By Itself In A Flat World, Unimpeded By National Boundaries, Is A Myth The Transnational Movement Of Knowledge Is A Social Accomplishment, Requiring Negotiation, Accommodation, And Adaptation To The Specificities Of Local Contexts This Volume Of Essays By Historians Of Science And Technology Breaks The National Framework In Which Histories Are Often Written Instead, How Knowledge Moves Takes Knowledge As Its Central Object, With The Goal Of Unraveling The Relationships Among People, Ideas, And Things That Arise When They Cross National Borders This Specialized Knowledge Is Located At Multiple Sites And Moves Across Borders Via A Dazzling Array Of Channels, Embedded In Heads And Hands, In Artifacts, And In Texts In The United States, It Shapes Policies For Visas, Export Controls, And Nuclear Weapons Proliferation In Algeria, It Enhances The Production Of Oranges By Colonial Settlers In Vietnam, It Facilitates The Exploitation Of A River Delta In India It Transforms Modes Of Agricultural Production It Implants American Values In Latin America By Concentrating On The Conditions That Allow For Knowledge Movement, These Essays Explore Travel And Exchange In Face To Face Encounters And Show How Border Crossings Mobilize Extensive Bureaucratic Technologies