Feminist Technologies and Post-Capitalism: Defining and Reflecting Upon Xenofeminism

  title={Feminist Technologies and Post-Capitalism: Defining and Reflecting Upon Xenofeminism},
  author={Emily Jones},
  journal={Feminist Review},
  pages={126 - 134}
  • E. Jones
  • Published 1 November 2019
  • Art
  • Feminist Review
With the xeno in xenofeminism conjuring the other, xenofeminism seeks to provide an/other form of feminism, one which embraces technological change, claims the unnatural and seeks alienation. Written by a collective under the name Laboria Cuboniks (2015), an anagram of the pseudonym Nicolas Bourbaki (which was a pseudonym used by a group of early twentieth-century revolutionary mathematicians), xenofeminism (XF) finds its origins not in peer-reviewed academic texts but in an online manifesto.1… 

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