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“How does the ‘cultured’ gorilla, i.e. Koko, come to represent universal man? Author and cultural critic Donna Haraway untangles the web of meanings, tracing what gets to count as nature, for whom and when, and how much it costs to produce nature at a particular moment in history for a particular group of people. A feminist journey through the anthropological junglescape.”
Originally broadcasted on Paper Tiger Television in 1987.
The video was posted on the website of Paper Tiger TV in May 2017 under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND License.
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