Anthropology of Science, Popularization of Science, Media and Technology, Ordinary Ethics, Medical Anthropology, Disability
East Asia; China
Shuting Li’s research focuses on how technology intervenes the elder care and the shifting family structure in China. She is interested in the emergence of technology in the practice of care and its ruptures in ordinary ethics. Now she is working on a project about caring robots as a promising solution for the elderly in China.
University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China, BA in International Communications Studies, 2012
Emerson College, MA in Integrated Marketing Communication, 2014