Anyone interested in feminist theory, particularly as it applies to technology, ought to peruse the gender_cyber_archive, unless you already have and I’m the last to find out about it. In the archive are written essays and audio lectures in .ram format. I’m especially interested in these:
- Joan W. Scott, Fictitious Unities: «Gender,» «East,» and «West»
- Donna J. Haraway, Alpha Bitches Online:the Dog Genome for the Next Genderation
- Anne Phillips, Feminist Politics: Facing the Future
- Susan Stanford Friedman, Locational Feminism: Gender, Cultural Geographies, and Geopolitical Literacy
- Angela Thomas and Valerie Walkerdine, Girls and Computer Games
- Maria Pini, Girls on Film: Video Diaries as ‘Auto-Ethnographies’
Cross-posted to CultureCat.
interesting… i should get this mirrored or something. it goes well with the feminist theory archive, which i’m moving to wiki this summer.