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Domain Errors!: Cyberfeminist Practices
     

Domain Errors!: Cyberfeminist Practices

by Maria Fernanadez
 

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ISBN-10: 1570271410

ISBN-13: 2901570271419

Pub. Date: 09/28/2003

Publisher: Autonomedia

Part performative intervention, part radical polemic and activist manual, Domain Errors! Cyberfeminist Practices introduces a diverse international group of feminist writers, artists, theorists, and activists engaged in formulating a contestational politics for tactical cyberfeminism. This recombinant book highlights productive intersections of feminist and

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Part performative intervention, part radical polemic and activist manual, Domain Errors! Cyberfeminist Practices introduces a diverse international group of feminist writers, artists, theorists, and activists engaged in formulating a contestational politics for tactical cyberfeminism. This recombinant book highlights productive intersections of feminist and postcolonial discourses through critical analyses of the embodied politics of digital culture. Opening areas repressed in previous cyberfeminist discourses, the authors map contemporary social relations between women as they are mediated and transformed by digital and bio technologies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2901570271419
Publisher:
Autonomedia
Publication date:
09/28/2003
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
288

Table of Contents

Introduction: Practicing Cyberfeminisms9
I.Racism and Cyberfeminism in the Integrated Circuit
Situating Cyberfeminisms17
Cyberfeminism, Racism, Embodiment29
Racism, Technology, and The Limits of Western Knowledge45
Race in the Construct, or the Construction of Race: New Media and Old Identities in "The Matrix"63
Moscow: Fortress City79
The Woman Question: Addressing Women as Internet Users89
"Analoging" the Digital, Digitizing the Analog: Contemplations on Communities of Production and Virtuality109
II.The Female Flesh Commodities Lab
InVisible/Body: Notes on Biotechnologies' Vision123
of maps and holes133
Stolen Rhetoric: The Appropriation of Choice by ART Industries135
Vulvas with a Difference149
Hands-on Reiki162
A Summary History of Eugenic Theories and Practices in the United States165
The Cyborg Mommy User's Manual169
So You Wanna be a Cyborg Mommy? Queer Identity and New Reproductive Technologies179
Inside Infertility187
Sex and Gender Ed for the Biotech Century197
TimelineS: Production/Reproduction and Children-as-Commodities in the United States203
III.Research! Action! Embodiment! Conviviality!
subRosa Manifestations217
Making Babies the American Girl Way223
Happy Endings: Engagements with Women Artists in Singapore235
Cybernetic Social Space251
Embodiment and the Politics of Healing: Interview with Reiki Master, Kate Daher257
Consider a New Career267
Rant of the Menopausal Cyborg269
Refugia! Manifesto for Becoming Autonomous Zones (BAZ)277
Appendices
Contributors281
subRosa's Selected Bibliography285

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