Second Life talk given both locally, virtually
- November 9, 2010
- Tom Boellstorff, anthropology professor, is featured in the Hartford Courant November 8, 2010
From the Hartford Courant:
Tom Boellstorff is an anthropologist at the University of California at Irvine and editor of American Anthropologist. For years, he specialized in the study of gay Indonesians. That is, until he also began to specialize in the anthropological study of Second Life, the online virtual world launched in 2003 by Linden Lab. It hosts 18 million users, who create avatars to represent their physical selves, then, say, create homes for those avatars and socialize with other avatars.
For the full story, please visit http://www.courant.com/features/ct-live-1108-humanities-virtual-body-201....
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