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Homepage with bibliography: http://www.ensmp.fr/~latour/

Bibliography: http://www.csi-mines.org/B5/admin/index.php?count=11

Website for ICONOCLASH: http://hosting.zkm.de/icon/stories/storyReader$3

Links to web-only articles and websites dedicated to Bruno Latour:

Nicolas Bouleau and Robin Foot, "Désacraliser la science..." a review of Latour's Politiques de la nature (1999). http://www.enpc.fr/HomePages/bouleau/papiers/c37.htm

T. Hugh Crawford, "An Interview with Bruno Latour," From: Configurations 1 (1993): 247-268. Interview conducted in October, 1990. http://muse.jhu.edu/demo/configurations/1.2crawford.html.

Javier Espuny Gutiérrez-Solana, "Bruno Latour, los estudios de la Ciencia, y la Comprensión."From: A Parte Rei (July 2002) (in Spanish) http://aparterei.com/latour.htm

Richard Heeks, "'What Did Giddens and Latour Ever Do For Us?' Academic Writings on Information Systems and Development." From: Richard Heeks, Information Technology in Developing Countries (April 2001) http://www.iimahd.ernet.in/egov/ifip/apr2001/article7.htm

Eric Laurier and Chris Philo, "X-morphising: review essay of Bruno Latour’s Aramis, or the Love of Technology." http://www.geog.gla.ac.uk/~elaurier/texts/X-ING3.htm

Martin Ryder, "Actor-Network Theory," University of Colorado, Denver. Links to many other ANT/science studies sites http://carbon.ucdenver.edu/~mryder/itc/act_net.html.

M. A. Syverson, "Revisiting Latour: Thinking with eyes, hands, and mouse." http://www.cwrl.utexas.edu/~syverson/talks/cccc01/latour.html

"War of the worlds - What about peace?" Bruno Latour on website Bridge The Gap (BTG): http://www.btgjapan.org/catalysts/bruno.html

BTG also has an Iconoclast slide presentation: http://www.btgjapan.org/


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