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* [http://etec511team7.wikispaces.com/file/view/A+Manifesto+for+Cyborgs.pdf "A Manifesto for Cyborgs: Science, Technology, and Socialist Feminism in the 1980s"], ''Socialist Review'' 15:2 (1985), pp 65-107. The following note appears in acknowledgments on p. 101: An earlier version of the paper on genetic engineering appeared as 'Lieber Kyborg als Gattin: Für eine sozialistisch-feministische Unterwanderung der Gentechnologie', ''Argument-Sonderband'' 105, eds. Bernd-Peter Lange and Anna Marie Stuby, Berlin, 1984, pp 66-84; the cyborg manifesto grew from 'New Machines, New Bodies, New Communities: Political Dilemmas of a Cyborg Feminist', ''The Scholar and the Feminist X: The Question of Technology'', Conference, Barnard College, April 1983. [http://politicalfoundationsofedutech.pbworks.com/f/5_Haraway_%2BA%2BManifesto%2Bfor%2BCyborgs.pdf Reprinted in] ''Feminism/Postmodernism'', ed. Linda J. Nicholson, 1990, pp 190-233; repr. in ''[http://aaaaarg.fail/ref/4dcdfdb76b0f8869e837debc66bf92b1#0.01 The Haraway Reader]'', 2003, pp 7-46; repr. in Haraway, ''Manifestly Haraway'', 2016, pp 3-90. New version printed as "A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century", in ''[http://monoskop.org/log/?p=717 Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of Nature]'', Free Association, 1991, pp 149-181, n243-248; [http://www9.georgetown.edu/faculty/irvinem/theory/Haraway-CyborgManifesto-1.pdf repr. in] ''The Cybercultures Reader'', eds. David Bell and Barbara M. Kennedy, Routledge, 2000, pp 291-324.
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* [[Media:Haraway_Donna_1985_A_Manifesto_for_Cyborgs_Science_Technology_and_Socialist_Feminism_in_the_1980s.pdf|"A Manifesto for Cyborgs: Science, Technology, and Socialist Feminism in the 1980s"]], ''Socialist Review'' 15:2 (1985), pp 65-107; [[Media:Haraway_Donna_1985_1987_A_Manifesto_for_Cyborgs_Science_Technology_and_Socialist_Feminism_in_the_1980s.pdf|repr. in]] ''Australian Feminist Studies'' 2:4, 1987, pp 1-42; [[Media:Haraway_Donna_1985_1990_A_Manifesto_for_Cyborgs_Science_Technology_and_Socialist_Feminism_in_the_1980s.pdf|repr. in]] ''Feminism/Postmodernism'', ed. Linda J. Nicholson, 1990, pp 190-233; repr. in ''[http://aaaaarg.fail/ref/4dcdfdb76b0f8869e837debc66bf92b1#0.01 The Haraway Reader]'', 2003, pp 7-46; repr. in Haraway, ''Manifestly Haraway'', 2016, pp 3-90. New version printed as [https://monoskop.org/images/f/f3/Haraway_Donna_J_Simians_Cyborgs_and_Women_The_Reinvention_of_Nature.pdf#page=171 "A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century"], in Haraway, ''Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of Nature'', Free Association, 1991, pp 149-181, n243-248; [http://www9.georgetown.edu/faculty/irvinem/theory/Haraway-CyborgManifesto-1.pdf repr. in] ''The Cybercultures Reader'', eds. David Bell and Barbara M. Kennedy, Routledge, 2000, pp 291-324. The following note appears in acknowledgments in the 1985 version, p. 101: An earlier version of the paper on genetic engineering appeared as 'Lieber Kyborg als Gattin: Für eine sozialistisch-feministische Unterwanderung der Gentechnologie', ''Argument-Sonderband'' 105, eds. Bernd-Peter Lange and Anna Marie Stuby, Berlin, 1984, pp 66-84; the cyborg manifesto grew from 'New Machines, New Bodies, New Communities: Political Dilemmas of a Cyborg Feminist', ''The Scholar and the Feminist X: The Question of Technology'', Conference, Barnard College, April 1983.
 
** ''Een Cyborg Manifest'', trans. Arno Beuken and Karin Spaink, intro. Karin Spaink, Amsterdam: De Balie, 1994. {{nl}}
 
** ''Een Cyborg Manifest'', trans. Arno Beuken and Karin Spaink, intro. Karin Spaink, Amsterdam: De Balie, 1994. {{nl}}
 
** [[Media:Haraway_Donna_1985_1995_Ein_Manifest_fuer_Cyborgs.pdf|"Ein Manifest für Cyborgs. Feminismus im Streit mit den Technowissenschaften"]], in Haraway, ''Die Neuerfindung der Natur. Primaten, Cyborgs und Frauen'', Frankfurt am Main and New York 1995, pp 33-72. [http://www.medientheorie.com/doc/haraway_manifesto.pdf] {{de}}
 
** [[Media:Haraway_Donna_1985_1995_Ein_Manifest_fuer_Cyborgs.pdf|"Ein Manifest für Cyborgs. Feminismus im Streit mit den Technowissenschaften"]], in Haraway, ''Die Neuerfindung der Natur. Primaten, Cyborgs und Frauen'', Frankfurt am Main and New York 1995, pp 33-72. [http://www.medientheorie.com/doc/haraway_manifesto.pdf] {{de}}

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Born September 6, 1944(1944-09-06)
Denver, Colorado, United States
Web Aaaaarg, Wikipedia, Academia.edu, Open Library

Donna J. Haraway (1944) is a Distinguished Professor Emerita in the History of Consciousness Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Works

Primate Visions, 1989, Log, EPUB.
Simians, Cyborgs, and Women, 1991, Log, PDF.
The Companion Species Manifesto, 2003, Log.

Books

  • Modest_Witness@Second_Millennium.FemaleMan©_Meets_Oncomouse™: Feminism and Technoscience, New York and London: Routledge, 1997, 361 pp. Review.
    • Monströse Versprechen: Coyote-Geschichten zu Feminismus und Technowissenschaft, trans. Michael Haupt, intro. Frigga Haug, Hamburg and Berlin: Argument, 1995, 215 pp; 2nd ed. as Monströse Versprechen: die Gender- und Technologie-Essays, Hamburg: Argument, 2006, 215 pp. (German)
    • _Testimone_Modesta@ Femminismo e tecnoscienza_, intro. Liana Borghi, Milan: Feltrinelli, 2000. (Italian) Introduction.
    • Testigo_Modesto@Segundo_Milenio. HombreHembra©_Conoce_Oncoratón®, UOC, 2004. (Spanish)
  • Manifestly Haraway, University of Minnesota Press, 2016, 336 pp. Collects "A Cyborg Manifesto" (1985) and "The Companion Species Manifesto" (2003), accompanied by a conversation between Haraway and Cary Wolfe.

Cyborg Manifesto

Selected works

Essays (selection)

  • "The High Cost of Information in Post World War II Evolutionary Biology: Ergonomics, Semiotics, and the Sociobiology of Communications Systems", Philosophical Forum 13:2-3 (Winter/Spring 1981-82), pp 244-278.
  • "Signs of Dominance: From a Physiology to a Cybernetics of Primate Society, C.R. Carpenter, 1930-1970", in Studies in History of Biology, Vol. 6, eds. William Coleman and Camille Limoges, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1982, pp 129-219.
  • "Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective", Feminist Studies 14:3, Autumn 1988, pp 575-599.
  • "Deanimations: Maps and Portraits of Life Itself", in Hybridity and its Discontents: Politics, Science, Culture, eds. Avtar Brah and Annie E. Coombes, London: Routledge, 2000.
  • "Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Plantationocene, Chthulucene: Making Kin", Environmental Humanities 6 (2015), pp 159-165.

Bibliography

Interviews

Literature

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