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** ''Xenofemminismo'', trans. Clara Ciccioni, Rome: Nero, 2018, 164 pp. {{it}}
 
** ''Xenofemminismo'', trans. Clara Ciccioni, Rome: Nero, 2018, 164 pp. {{it}}
 
** ''Xenofeminismus'', trans. Jen Theodor, Leipzig: Merve, 2020, 150 pp. [https://www.merve.de/index.php/book/show/551] {{de}}
 
** ''Xenofeminismus'', trans. Jen Theodor, Leipzig: Merve, 2020, 150 pp. [https://www.merve.de/index.php/book/show/551] {{de}}
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* Laboria Cuboniks, ''[https://monoskop.org/log/?p=20444 The Xenofeminist Manifesto: A Politics for Alienation]'', London: Verso, Sep 2018, 95 pp.
  
 
==Presentations==
 
==Presentations==
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* Annie Goh, [https://www.metamute.org/editorial/articles/appropriating-alien-critique-xenofeminism "Appropriating the Alien: A Critique of Xenofeminism"], ''Mute'', 29 Jul 2019.
 
* Annie Goh, [https://www.metamute.org/editorial/articles/appropriating-alien-critique-xenofeminism "Appropriating the Alien: A Critique of Xenofeminism"], ''Mute'', 29 Jul 2019.
 
* Jules Joanne Gleeson, [https://www.metamute.org/editorial/articles/breakthroughs-bait-xenofeminism-alienation "Breakthroughs & Bait: on Xenofeminism & Alienation"], ''Mute'', 19 Oct 2019.
 
* Jules Joanne Gleeson, [https://www.metamute.org/editorial/articles/breakthroughs-bait-xenofeminism-alienation "Breakthroughs & Bait: on Xenofeminism & Alienation"], ''Mute'', 19 Oct 2019.
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* Vít Bohal, Elizabeth Kovačeva (eds.), ''(Xeno)feministická čítanka'', Prague: Display, 2022, 204 pp. [http://display.cz/cs/books/xeno-feminist-reader] {{cz}}
  
 
==Links==
 
==Links==

Latest revision as of 11:53, 21 January 2022

Laboria Cuboniks (b. 2014) is a xenofeminist collective, spread across five countries and three continents. She seeks to dismantle gender, destroy ‘the family,’ and do away with nature as a guarantor for inegalitarian political positions. Her name is an anagram of ‘Nicolas Bourbaki’, a pseudonym under which a group of largely French mathematicians worked towards an affirmation of abstraction, generality and rigour in mathematics in the early twentieth century.

Members include Diann Bauer, Katrina Burch, Lucca Fraser, Helen Hester, Amy Ireland, and Patricia Reed.

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