From Cybernation to Feminization: Firestone and Cyberfeminism

@inproceedings{Paasonen2010FromCT,
  title={From Cybernation to Feminization: Firestone and Cyberfeminism},
  author={Susanna Paasonen},
  year={2010}
}
The first wave of cyberfeminism—various projects, publications and debates—came in the 1990s. The artist group VNS Matrix, inspired by Donna Haraway’s 1985 “A Manifesto for Cyborgs,” authored their own cyberfeminist manifesto in 1991;1 Sadie Plant first theorized the feminization of culture through digital networks and complex connections;2 artists, scholars and activists investigated the meanings of bioengineering and technoculture3 and the three biannual Cyberfeminist Internationals (1997… Expand
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Revisiting cyberfeminism

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