Vincent Duclos is Assistant Professor at Drexel University, teaching in the Center for Science, Technology & Society and the Dept of Global Studies & Modern Languages. He is an anthropologist of medicine, writing about digital health systems and practices. His work is inspired by cultural anthropology, media studies and philosophy of science and technology. He has conducted field research in India and West Africa.
Sue Cochrane, Vincent Duclos, Judith Farquhar, Volker Scheid, and Clare Twomey, “Translating Vitalities” (a series of essays), Somatosphere, March 2016.
Vincent Duclos, “Inhabiting Media: An Anthropology of Life in Digital Speed,” Cultural Anthropology 32.1 (2017): 21–27.
Vincent Duclos, Tomás Sánchez Criado, and Vinh-Kim Nguyen, “Speed: An Introduction,” Cultural Anthropology 32.1 (2017): 1–11.