Kevin Pelletier, Cultural Critique
"Replete with situated, embedded figurations,Metamorphoses is a book to grow with. Emergences,transformations, and materialist becomings of all kinds are thesubject of this rich philosophical work. Insects, women,philosophers, cyborgs – promising monsters all, and all areenlisted in drawing up a cartography of becoming. Braidotti writeswith enormous energy and style. Never forgetting the subjectstructured in sexual difference, she searches for figurations thatcan guide us to emergences more attuned to justice, pleasure, andhistorical specificity. This book warms my biophilic heart, as itinforms my feminist soul and gives pleasure to my embodiedmind."
Donna J. Haraway, University of California at SantaCruz