Staying with the Manifesto: An Interview with Donna Haraway

  title={Staying with the Manifesto: An Interview with Donna Haraway},
  author={Sarah Franklin},
  journal={Theory, Culture \& Society},
  pages={49 - 63}
  • S. Franklin
  • Published 28 March 2017
  • Art
  • Theory, Culture & Society
Donna Haraway’s recent volume, Manifestly Haraway, offers the opportunity not only to compare two of her most influential writings side-by-side but also to revisit some of the enduring themes of her work over the past several decades. In this interview with Haraway, feminist science studies scholar Sarah Franklin explores some of the key terms in her work, looking back to some of her early work on embryology and primatology as well as exploring the more recent themes of her latest book, Staying… 

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