Biology in the Liberal Arts Curriculum in the Late Twentieth Century: Teaching Biology for Citizenship in a Transnational World(very early stages)
Modest _Witness@Second_Millennium.FemaleMan_Meets_Oncomouse (New York and London: Routledge, 1997).
Ciencia, Cyborgs y Mujeres: La reinventiín de la Naturaleza. translated by Manuel Talens, introduction by Jorge Arditi, Fernando García Selgas and Jackie Orr (Valéncia: Ediciones Cáthedra, 1995), 432 pp, in Spanish.
Manifesto Cyborg: Donne, Technologie e Biopolitiche del Corpo. with introduction by Rosi Braidotti, translation and notes by Liana Borghi (Milan: Feltrinelli, 1995), 194 pp, in Italian.
Monströse Versprechen: Coyote-Geschichten zu Feminismus und Technowissenschaft. translated by Michael Haupt, forword by Frigga Haug (Berlin: Argument Verlag, 1995), 215 pp, in German.
Die Neuerfindung der Natur: Körper, Text, Methapher ("Manifesto for Cyborgs," "Situated Knowledges," "Biopolitics of Postmodern Bodies," and the "Contest for Primate Nature," with interview and editor's introduction) (Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 1995), in German.
Een Cyborg Manifest. translated by Arno Beuken and Karin Spaink, introductory essay by Karin Spaink (Amsterdam: De Balie, 1994), in Dutch.
Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of Nature. (London: Free Association Books and New York: Routledge, 1991). American Book Award, The Before Columbus Foundation, 1992 Spanish translation, Ediciones Catedra, 1996 Japanese (Seido Sha), Korean (Ehwa Women's University Press), under contract and in translation.
Primate Visions: Gender, Race, and Nature in the World of Modern Science. (New York and London: Routledge, 1989; London: Verso, 1992). Bay Area Book Reviewers Association Award in Non-fiction, nominated 1989; Gustav Meyers Human Rights Award, 1990; Robert K. Merton Award, American Sociological Association, Science, Knowledge and Technology Section, 1992.
Crystals, Fabrics, and Fields: Metaphors of Organicism in 20th Century Developmental Biology. (New Haven: Yale University Press, l976).
"Mice into Wormholes: A Technoscience Fugue in Two Parts," for Gary Downey and Joseph Dumit, eds., Cyborgs and Citadels: Interventions in the Anthropology of Technohumanism (Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research, forthcoming December 1997)
"Maps and Portraits of Life Itself," in Peter Galison and Caroline Jones, eds., Picturing Science, Picturing Art (New York: Routledge, forthcoming 1997)
"The Persistence of Vision" (reprinted from Simians, Cyborgs and Women), in:
"Morphing in the Order: Flexible Strategies, Feminist Science Studies, and Primate Revisions," in Shirley Strum and Linda Fedigan, eds., Changing Images of Primate Societies: The Role of Theory, Method, and Gender (volume from Wenner Gren Conference, Teresopolis, Brazil, 15-23 June 1996, forthcoming 1998)
"Gender for a Marxist Dictionary: The Sexual Politics of a Word," in:
"Living Images: Conversations with Lynn Randolph," catalogue for the Lynn Randolph solo exhibition, Millennial Myths, Arizona Stae University Art Museum, February-June, 1997.
"In and Out of This World," profile by Gail Vines, The Times Higher Education Supplement, April 25, 1997, p. 16.
"How Like a Leaf," by Thyrza Goodeve, FleshFactor: Informationsmachine Mensch, Gerfried Stockers and Christine Schöpf, eds., Ars Electronica Festival 1997 (Vienna: Ars Electronica, 1997), pp. 46-69.
"The Unlikely Cyborg," by Hari Kunzru, Wired (London), December 1996, pp. 82-87; Wired (USA), February 1997.
"Die Biopolitik postmoderner Körper. Konstitutionen des Selbst im Diskurs des Immunsystems," in Anatomien medizinischen Wissens, ed. Cornelius Borck (Frankfurt am Main: Fischer Taschenbuch, 1996), pp. 307-59.
"Vi ma inn i den skitne materien. Et intervju med Donna Haraway," by Kristin Asdal, in En kyborg til forandring-nye politikker i moderne vitenskaper og teknologier, Kristin Asdal, Brita Brenna, Ingunn Moser, and Nina Refseth, eds. (Oslo: Center for Technology and Culture, University of Oslo, 1995), pp. 25-30.
"Nature, Politics, and Possibilities: a Debate and Discussion with David Harvey and Donna Haraway," from the Association of American Geographers, Chicago, March 17, 1995, for Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 13, no. 5 (1995): 507-27.
"Writing, Literacy and Technology: Toward a Cyborg Writing," in Gary Olson and Elizabeth Hirsh, eds., Women Writing Culture (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995), pp. 45-77.
"Shifting the Subject: A Conversation between Kum-Kum Bhavnani and Donna Haraway," Feminism and Psychology 4, no. 1 (February 1994): 19-39. Reprinted in Shifting Identities, Shifting Racisms. A Feminism and Psychology Reader, eds., Kum-Kum Bhavnani and Ann Phoenix (London: Sage, 1994), pp.19-39.
"More Than You Think, Less Than There Should Be," a conversation with the Praxis editorial collective and guests, Praxis, no. 3, 1992, pp. 1-21.
"Geschlecht," Kritisches Wörterbuch des Marxismus, eds. G. Labica, G. Bensussan, and W.F. Haug, Berlin: Argument, 8 vols., 1992ff ("G" is scheduled for 1996-97).
"The Subjects Are Cyborg, Nature Is Coyote, and the Geography Is Elsewhere," Technoculture, eds. C. Penley and A. Ross (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1991), pp. 21-26.
"The Biopolitics of Postmodern Bodies: Determinations of Self in Immune System Discourse," differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 1, no. 1 (1989): 3-43. Reprinted in:
"Investment Strategies for the Evolving Portfolio of Primate Females," in Body/Politics: Women and the Discourses of Science, Mary Jacobus, Evelyn Fox Keller, and Sally Shuttleworth, eds. (New York: Routledge, 1989), pp. 139-62.
"Monkeys, Aliens, and Women: Love, Science, and Politics at the Intersection of Feminist Theory and Colonial Discourse," Women's Studies International Forum 12, no. 3 (1989): 295-312.
"Von Affen und Müttern: Eine Allegorie für das Atomzeitalter," Das Argument: Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften, no. 172 (Dec. 1988): 803-20.
"Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism as a Site of Discourse on the Privilege of Partial Perspective," Feminist Studies 14, no.3 (1988): 575-99. Reprinted in:
"Remodeling the Human Way of Life: Sherwood Washburn and the New Physical Anthropology, 1950-80," History of Anthropology 5 (1988): 206-59.
"Reading Buchi Emecheta: Contests for Women's Experience in Women's Studies," Inscriptions 3/4 (1988): 107-24. Revised for: Women: a Cultural Review 1, no. 3 (1990): 240-55. Abridged for: Mary Evans, ed., The Woman Question, 2nd edition (London: Sage, 1994), pp. 144-55.
"Geschlecht, Gender, Genre: Sexualpolitik eines Wortes," in Viele Orte. Überall? Feminismus in Bewegung, Festschrift für Frigga Haug, edited by Kornelia Hauser (Berlin: Argument-Verlag, 1987), pp. 22-41. Shorter version in: Das Argument: Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenschaften, no. 166 (1987): 795-804.
"The Heart of Africa: Nations, Dreams, and Apes," Inscriptions 2 (1986): 9-16.
"Manifesto for Cyborgs: Science, Technology, and Socialist Feminism in the 1980s," Socialist Review, no. 80 (1985): 65-108. Reprinted in:
"Note," Women's Studies Quarterly, spring 1985.
"Teddy Bear Patriarchy: Taxidermy in the Garden of Eden, New York City, 1908-36," Social Text, no. 11 (Winter 1984/1985): 19-64. Reprinted in:
"Primatology Is Politics by Other Means: Women's Place Is in the Jungle," PSA (Philosophy of Science Association) 1984, volume 2, eds., P.D. Asquith and P. Kitcher, 1986. Revised and enlarged in:
"Lieber Kyborg als Göttin! Für eine sozialistisch-feministische Unterwanderung der Gentechnologie," in 1984, Argument-Sonderband 105, eds., Bernd-Peter Lange and Anna Marie Stuby (Berlin, 1984), pp. 66-84.
"Class, Race, Sex, Scientific Objects of Knowledge: A Socialist-feminist Perspective on the Social Construction of Productive Nature and Some Political Consequences," in Violet Haas and Carolyn Perrucci, eds., Women in Scientific and Engineering Professions (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1984), pp. 212-29.
"Klasse, Ras, en Sekse als Wetenschappelijke Objecten van Kennis," Komma, Jaargang 3, nummer 4 (juni, 1983): 19-35.(Dutch journal for politics and social analysis).
"Signs of Dominance: From a Physiology to a Cybernetics of Primate Society, C.R. Carpenter, l930-70," Studies in History of Biology 6 (1983): 129-219.
"Note", Signs 9, no. 2 (Winter 1983), Reply to Arditti and Minden, pp. 332-33.
"The Contest for Primate Nature: Daughters of Man the Hunter in the Field, l960-80," in Mark Kann, ed., The Future of American Democracy: Views from the Left (Temple University Press, l983), pp. 175-207.
"Sex, Race, Class, Scientific Objects of Knowledge: A Marxist- Feminist Perspective on the Scientific Generation of Productive Nature and Some Political Consequences," Socialism in the World, no. 29 (l982):113-23. (Yugoslavian journal of political theory)
"Militarisierung des Wissens," in Neue Technik und Socialismus, ed., W.F. Haug and Wieland Elferding (Berlin: Argument-Sonderband, l982), pp. 67-69.
"The High Cost of Information in Post World War II Evolutionary Biology: Ergonomics, Semiotics, and the Sociobiology of Communications Systems," Philosophical Forum XIII, nos. 2-3 (1981-82): 244-78.
"In the Beginning Was the Word: The Genesis of Biological Theory," Signs 6 (1981): 469-8l.
"The Biological Enterprise: Sex, Mind, and Profit from Human Engineering to Sociobiology," Radical History Review, no. 20, (spring/summer, l979): 206-37. Translation: "Gendai shisô", in Japanese (Tokyo: Seido sha)<./P>
"Animal Sociology, P. II, The Past Is the Contested Zone: Human Nature and Theories of Production and Reproduction in Primate Behavior Studies," Signs 4 (1978): 37-60. Reprinted in: Evelyn Fox Keller and Helen Longino, eds., Feminism and Science (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996), pp. 57-72.
"Animal Sociology and a Natural Economy of the Body Politic, Part I, A Political Physiology of Dominance," Signs 4 (1978): 21-36. Reprinted in:
"The Transformation of the Left in Science: Radical Associations in Britain in the l930s and the U.S.A. in the l960s," Soundings LVIII, no. 4 (1975): 44l-62.
"Monkey Puzzle," interview with Jennifer Gonzalez, World Art, January 1996, pp. 40-43.
An interview with Daniela Minerva, in Italian, Eco, la nuova ecologica XIV, no. 6 (1994): 54-61.
"The Practice/Effect Gap," interview with Brian D'Amato, Catalogue for Virtual Reality art show, New York, 1992.
"No Eden under Glass: A Discussion with Donna Haraway," by P.K. Jamison, Feminist Teacher 6, no. 2 (winter 1992): 10-15.
"The Literature of Cyborg Feminism: An Interview with Donna Haraway," conducted by Takayuki Tatsumi, for Japanese journal, Hermes (Tokyo: Iwanami-Shoten Publishers), no. 31, May, 1991, pp. 152-65.
"Overhauling the Meaning Machines: An Interview with Donna Haraway," by Marcy Darnovsky, Socialist Review [91/2] vol. 21, no. 2 (1991): 65-84.
"Cyborg at Large," an interview conducted by Constance Penley and Andrew Ross, Technoculture, eds. C. Penley and A. Ross (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1991) pp. 1-20; also in Social Text, 1990, nos. 25-26, pp. 8-23.
[Note: This information was contributed by Laura Sells.]
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