cyberfeminism


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cyberfeminism

the use of images of the cyborg (also see HARAWAY) and CYBERCULTURE to rethink and retheorise gender and sexual identities.
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Hershman Leeson's early engagement with cyberfeminism becomes invisible, for example, as does cyberfeminism itself, which plays no part in the show.
Freedman explores a wide range of topics here, including sexism in online gaming, cyberfeminism, blogging, and the easy access of feminist materials and websites.
In Chapter 5, Cunningham and Crandall examine cyberfeminism and suggest continued scrutiny as gender, CE, theory, and pedagogy interact and are shaped by and with technology.
Within TechnoFeminist framework, Wajcman combines Cyberfeminism and Cyborg feminism.
After years of doing research on third-wave feminist theories, cyberfeminism, and women authors of electronic literature, we have realized that we need to create innovative theories of body and gender from a present day perspective.
But this neglects the important work of feminists in younger generations whose activism has taken new routes, and here Emi Koyama's radical transfeminism, Margaret Cho's diva comedy, Mimi Thi Nguyen's punk feminism, and Kristina Wong's cyberfeminism are cases in point.
2007, 'Stitch'n'Bitch: Cyberfeminism, A Third Place and the
Faith Wilding and the Critical Art Ensemble, "Notes on the Political Condition of Cyberfeminism," Art Journal 57 (Summer 1988): 51.
If we are to embrace ecological and sustainable approaches to understanding our technologies, then I urge, as well, that we turn to both ecofeminism and cyberfeminism to acknowledge that all oppressions are related and that to end one form of oppression, we must end all forms.
Cyberfeminism was and is a movement that encourages woman-machine relations, especially digital relationships (Fernandez and Wilding 2002; Haraway 1991; Plant 1997; Spender 1995).
Lykke nevertheless concludes that it is not only cyberfeminism but spiritual ecofeminism, too, that deconstructs the old opposition between human and non-human/Nature, mind and matter (27-28).