Where does culture end and techlogy begin? Techscience and Cyberculture argues that techlogy is culture, saturating our world so that techlogy has become the dominant discourse in politics, medicine, the media, religion and everyday life itself. Examining the social implications of our techlogical developments and the ways in which the truth of science requires critical investigation, this volume brings cultural studies and science studies into a new and productive focus.
Stanley Aronowitz is Professor of Sociology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Barbara R. Martinsons is Associate Director at the CUNY Center for Cultural Studies. Michael Menser is Adjunct Lecturer in Philosophy at Brooklyn College.