I am a doctoral student at the University of Toronto in the Department of Anthropology, Linguistic and Semiotic stream. His work examines how scientists communicate with one another in laboratory settings. I have written on topics of science, innovation, and education for The Financial Times, NOW Magazine, the Globe & Mail, the Toronto Star, and Spacing, and has co-authored three books. I’m looking to meet people who are interested in writing anthropology for a mass audience. I worked in exhibit and curriculum design for the Ontario Science Centre, The Royal Ontario Museum and the American Museum of Natural History. Right now I have a column for CBC Kids and am working on a book on the semiotic codes of teenage life.
Joseph Wilson, "Joseph Wilson Collaboration Bio", contributed by Joseph Burgess Wilson, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 27 September 2021, accessed 8 June 2023. http://www.stsinfrastructures.org/content/joseph-wilson-collaboration-bio
This is my collaboration bio as of 26th of September, 2021. I created this artifact to share with fellow participants in advance of the 6S pre-conference workshop. The full essay of collaboration bios can be found here.