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In this interview, Bray discusses the possibilities offered by a situated approach to the history (or histories) of techniques and technology in order to challenge hegemonic Eurocentric teleologies that surround it. From her research on Imperial China, Bray explains how an interwoven approach mixing gender studies, feminism, and an anthropological point of view could contribute analytically and methodologically to the History of Technology, in order to expand its margins beyond its recurring modern and binary tales.
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