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 •  Donna Haraway and Cyborgs
 •  Amy Bruckman (Georgia Tech)
Gender and Sexuality Studies
Cybergender & Techgender   Suggest a Link
ACM-W - ACM's Committee on Women in Computing ("celebrates, informs and supports women in computing, and works with the ACM-W community of computer scientists, educators, employers and policy makers to improve working and learning environments for women")
TAP: The Ada Project ("tapping internet resources for women in computer science")
Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology ("nationally recognized organization that provides platforms allowing women's voices, ideas and spirits to influence technology")
Shannon Bell, "Kate Bornstein: A Transgender Transsexual Postmodern Tiresias" (CTHEORY)
Systers Online Community ("informal organization for technical women in computing") (Institute for Women and Technology)
Rosi Braidotti (U. Utrecht)
"Cyberfeminism with a Difference" (1996) 
Kathleen O'Grady (Cambridge U.), "Nomadic Philosopher: A Conversation with Rosi Braidotti" (1995) (Women's Education des femmes), U. Iowa Libraries)
Amy Bruckman (Georgia Tech)
Amy Bruckman (Georgia Tech), "Cyberspace is not Disneyland: The Role of the Artist in a Networked World" (1995)  
"Gender Swapping on the Internet" (1993) 
Amy Bruckman and Michael Resnick "The MediaMOO Project: Constructionism and Professional Community" (1995) 
"The Turing Game: Exploring Identity in an Online Environment" (2001) ( Convergences)
Lynn Cherny (Stanford U.), "Gender Differences in Text-Based Virtual Reality" (1994) (U. Sydney, Australia)
Committee on the Status of Women in Computing Research (CRA-W) ("action oriented organization dedicated to increasing the number of women participating in Computer Science and Engineering [CSE] research and education at all levels")
Composing Cyberspace Chapter 2: Gender Online (Rich Holeton, McGraw Hill Higher Education)
Cybergrrl ("Informing, Inspiring and Celebrating Women")
Cyberpsychology at NTU (includes links to several articles dealing with cyberspace and gender and other resources) (Hugh Miller and Jill Arnold, Nottingham Trent U.)
Amelia DeLoach, "Grrrls Exude Attitude" (1996) (special issue on gender and women online) (CMC Magazine)
Julian Dibbell, "A Rape in Cyberspace, or How an Evil Clown, a Haitian Trickster Spirit, Two Wizards, and a Cast of Dozens Turned a Database into a Society" (1993) (Village Voice, McGraw-Hill Higher Education)
Steve Dixon (U. Salford, United Kingdom), "Metal Gender" (CTHEORY.NET)
Fragment.nl: Cyberculture, Identity and Gender Resources (Frank Schaap)
Gender, Race and Ethnicity in Media: Cyberspace Links (Karla Tonella, Department of Communication Studies, U. Iowa)
Gender and Postmodern Communication ("current Monist Interactive Issue discussion on Gender and Postmodern Communication") (Fiona Steinkamp, U. Edinburgh)
GENTECH Home Page ("'gender-inclusive pedagogy and technology' research project whose mandate is to create conditions within which girls and women have maximum access to, and confidence in, a wide range of new information technologies")
G R R L G A M E R ! (Last Resort Media and Blue Agate)
GHC - Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing 2004 (Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology and the Association for Computing Machinery)
Donna Haraway and Cyborgs
Border Crossings: Cyborgs (Karla Tonella, U. Iowa)
Carolyn Keen on Haraway, "Cyborg Manifesto" (Jim English, U. Pennsylvania)
John R. R. Christie (U. Leeds), "A Tragedy for Cyborgs" (1993) (Configurations)
Communication Studies: Digital Media: Cyborgs (Karla Tonella, U. Iowa)
Donna Haraway, Avenali Professor for 2003-2004 (includes a link to the webcast of her Avenali lecture ) (U. California, Berkeley)
Donna Haraway Biblio (Elisa Kay Sparks, Clemson U.)
Donna Haraway Bibliography (Laura Sells, Center for Digital Discourse and Culture, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U.)
Donna Haraway - Professor of Feminist Theory and Technoscience - Biography (faculty page) (European Graduate School, Saas-Fee, Switzerland)
Donna Haraway - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia 
Donna J. Haraway Resources at Erratic Impact's Feminism Web (Philosophy Research Base, Erratic Impact)
William Grassie (Temple U.), "Cyborgs, Trickster, and Hermes: Donna Haraway's Metatheory of Science and Religion" (1996) 
Donna Haraway, "Chapter 9: Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective" (1991) (from Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: the Reinvention of Nature) (Reproductive Technologies Web: RT21, Harvard U.)
Donna Haraway, "A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century" (1991) (Stanford U.)
Donna Haraway, "The Promises of Monsters: A Regenerative Politics for Inappropriate/d Others" (1992) (Stanford U.)
P. K. Jamison (Indiana U.), "Contradictory Spaces: Pleasure and the Seduction of the Cyborg Discourse" (1994) (Arachnet Electronic Journal on Virtual Culture)
Hari Kunzru, "You Are Cyborg" (1997) (Wired News)
Language Visualization and Multilayer Text Analysis ("prototype tool that can study language/discourse phenomena in three-dimensional space") (Cornell U.)
Notes on Donna Haraway (Krista Scott-Dixon)
Ode to Donna Haraway -- Voxygen (Laura Sells, Louisiana State U.)
Gary A. Olson, "Writing, Literacy and Technology: Toward a Cyborg Writing" (1996) (JAC, Georgia State U.)
PopCultures.com: Theorists and Critics: Donna Haraway (Sarah J. Zupko)
Reverse Transcript - Hyperlink to Donna Haraway (Tsuyoshi Toyofuku)
Swirl: Donna Haraway (Southern Oregon U.)
Robert M. Young, "Science, Ideology, and Donna Haraway" (1992) (U. Sheffield)
Institute for Women and Technology: Home ("advanced research, development, advocacy and action organization")
Elizabeth Lane Lawley (Rochester Institute of Technology), "Computers and the Communication of Gender" (1993) (ITCS: Internet Training & Consulting Services)
mary flanagan web ("VRML online artwork, links to cyberculture and gender + technology syllabi, papers on feminist uses of virtual space, knowledge representation and computer games") (Mary Flanagan, Concordia U.)
Mindy McAdams, "Gender Without Bodies" (1996) (special issue on gender and women online) (CMC Magazine)
Past Notable Women in Computing (Yale U.)
Leslie Regan Shade (McGill U.), "Review Essay: The Gendered Mystique" (1996) (special issue on gender and women online) (CMC Magazine)
Jaimie Smith-Windsor (U. Victoria, Canada), "The Cyborg Mother: A Breached Boundary" (CTHEORY.NET)
Allucquere Rosanne/Sandy Stone (U. Texas, Austin)
Allucquere Rosanne/Sandy Stone Homepage 
A Conversation with Sandy Stone (SPEED, U. California, Irvine)
Sandy Stone, "The Empire Strikes Back: A Posttranssexual Manifesto" (1988) 
Allucquere Rosanne Stone Interview for MONDO 2000 (1993) 
Allucquere Rosanne Stone, "Violation and Virtuality: Two Cases of Physical and Psychological Boundary Transgressions and Their Implications" (1993) 
Allucquere Rosanne Stone, "What Vampires Know: Transsubjection and Transgender in Cyberspace" (1993)  
Subrosa (theoretical articles and documentation of practices critiquing the effects of the interconnections of technology, gender, and difference; feminism and global capital; new bio and medical technologies and women's health; and globalized labor and reproduction) "subRosa is a reproducible cyberfeminist cell of cultural researchers committed to combining art, activism, and politics to explore and critique the effects of the intersections of the new information and biotechnologies on women's bodies, lives, and work.") (subRosa)
Hoai-An Truong Gender Issues in Online Communications (essay by Bay Areas Women in Telecommunications)
Gender, Technology, and Computer Culture Syllabus (Sherry Turkle, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Webgrrls International ("the women's tech knowledge connection")
Shawn P. Wilbur (Bowling Green State U.), "'Cyberpunks' to Synners: Toward a Feminist Posthumanism?" (Shawn P. Wilbur, Black Swamp Infozone and Archive)
WITI - Women in Technology International ("to help women advance by providing access to - and support from - other professional women working in all sectors of technology")
Women and Computer Science (Ellen Spertus, Mills C.)
Women and Computing (Julie Albright, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility)
Women- and Gender-Related Science, Math & Technology Syllabi on the Web (Joan Korenman, U. Maryland, Baltimore County)
WWWomen Search Directory: Computers (WWWomen)

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