By Margret Grebowicz
Feminist theorist and thinker Donna Haraway has considerably impacted concept on technology, cyberculture, the surroundings, animals, and social family. This long-overdue quantity explores her effect on feminist concept and philosophy, paying specific realization to her more moderen paintings on significant other species, instead of her "Manifesto for Cyborgs."
Margret Grebowicz and Helen Merrick argue that the continued fascination with, and re-production of, the cyborg has overshadowed Haraway's vast physique of labor in ways in which run counter to her personal transdisciplinary practices. Sparked through their very own own "adventures" with Haraway's paintings, the authors provide readings of her texts framed by means of a chain of theoretical and political views: feminist materialism, point of view epistemology, radical democratic conception, queer thought, or even technology fiction. They situate Haraway's serious storytelling and "risky analyzing" practices as different types of feminist method and realize her passionate engagement with "naturecultures" because the theoretical middle using her paintings. Chapters situate Haraway as critic, theorist, biologist, feminist, historian, and slapstick comedian, exploring the whole variety of her identities and reflecting her dedication to embodying all of those modes simultaneously.
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Extra info for Beyond the Cyborg: Adventures with Donna Haraway
Is largely hypothetical” (Mitchell 2008:55). ” This is a bewildering oversight, given that the contributors represent much of the leading feminist work on the relation between the material and discursive over the last couple of decades: Haraway herself, Elizabeth Wilson, Vicki Kirby, Karen Barad, Elizabeth Grosz, and Susan Bordo. The fact that Haraway’s contribution to this “new” endeavour is represented here by a reprint of her 1992 piece, “Otherworldly Conversations” is a nice bit of irony.
None of the Above: Exploding Dualisms Haraway’s ongoing plea to remain attentive to the discourses and practices of science demands a rethinking and repositioning of the historically reified boundaries between disciplines and methodologies, toward a multiliterate transdisciplinarity which encourages the “traffic between nature and culture”—and thus between and across the two-culture divide of the sciences and humanities. Contextualizing and justifying this divide is the whole series of “inherited dualisms that run deep in Western cultures” (Haraway 2004:2).
Has effectively opened up kinship outside the family, opened it to strangers” (Butler 2004). Indeed, queering stands in a particular relation to the production of the human itself (just as Haraway’s queered nature does). ” The public assertion of homosexuality “calls into question what counts as reality and what counts as human life” (Butler 2004:29–30). There is, coincidentally, another Butler whose work interrogates the human and the intelligibility of the social world in its reimagining of kinship.
Beyond the Cyborg: Adventures with Donna Haraway by Margret Grebowicz