Grant McCall (G.McCall@UNSW.EDU.AU)
Tue, 27 Sep 1994 14:38:20 EST
I would be grateful for any assistance in trying to contact Prof. Arturo
Escobar, with the following unsuccessfully delivered message:
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From: G.McCall@unsw.EDU.AU (Grant McCall)
Subject: Any ideas?
I tried to send this message, but failed. Any ideas how I can get through
to Smith College?
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>From: G.McCall@unsw.EDU.AU (Grant McCall)
>Subject: Lost in Cyberia!
>I have just finished an article by one of your faculty: Arturo Escobar,
>"Welcome to Cyberia. Notes on the Anthropology of Cyberculture". Current
>vol. 35, no.3 (June 1994) and I thought that I would drop him a line about
>a couple of points in his piece.
>Your CWIS tells me an awful lot about your institution and even gave me
>Escobar's telephone number, along with the information that there are two
>other faculty sharing his surname.
>But, I am not expert enough to get his e-mail address, and Smith College,
>where he is, does not appear to be on line.
>How should I have gotten his e-mail address?
>Or, is he doing "Culture at a distance": writing about the anthropology of
>a tribe (Cyberculture) of which he has no experience?
>Any suggestions most gratefully received.
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