Princeton Studies in Culture and Technology14

Tom Boellstorff and Bill Maurer, Series Editors

This series presents innovative, interdisciplinary work that examines the varied ways new technologies combine with older technologies and cultural understandings to shape novel forms of subjectivity, embodiment, knowledge, place, and community. Through inquiries into topics ranging from finance and online sociality to social and technological infrastructure, the series provides a forum for work that incorporates attention to intersections of technology and value. The goal of the series is to showcase the best work in this exciting new field of anthropological inquiry and thereby demonstrate the relevance of anthropology to emerging forms of digital culture in the broadest sense.