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Published: Iman Ansari
Iman Ansari (Architecture) has written a chapter, "Nature Versus Denture: An Ontology of Dental Prostheses," which has been published by Routledge as a chapter in a new book by titled Architecture and Anthropology, edited by Adam Jasper. This book attempts to locate the various points of departure that might be taken in a contemporary discussion between architecture and anthropology. The results are radical: post-colonial theory is here counterpoised to 19th-century theories of primitivism, archeology is set against dentistry, fieldwork is juxtaposed against indigenous critique, and climate science is applied to questions of shelter.
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