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Rosi Braidotti:
Cyberfeminism with a Difference

Sheryl Hamilton: Thoughts on Cyberfeminism
(from Maid in Cyberspace, without date)
electronic gender -
art at the interstice

(SWITCH no.9)
Andrea Hapke & Jana Korb:
Russian Cyberfeminism@The Kitchen Table

(Project Page inc. M.A. Thesis Text)
Margarete Jahrmann / Kathy Rae Huffman:
Das weibliche Datenset

(pop~tarts special from Telepolis online, 1997)
Donna Haraway:
A Socialist Feminist Manifesto for Cyborgs

Hyperlink to Donna Haraway
Sadie Plant:
Intelligence is no longer on the Side of Power

(interview with Matthew Fuller, 1995)
Dolores' Bulimic Breakfast
Women & Technology: Beyond The Binary
(Riding The Meridian, Vol II, No.1)
Helene von Oldenburg on Cyberfeminism
(excerpt from radio-interview, 2000, in german)
Verena Kuni: Future is Femail
Some Thoughts on the Aestetics and Politics of Cyberfeminisms
(1997 - pdf-file, see also:
text section of obnbase)
Cornelia Sollfrank:
The Truth about Cyberfeminism

Faith Wilding:
Where's Feminism in Cyberfeminism

Sadie Plant:
Binary Sexes, Binary Codes

(Public Netbase Lecture, March 1996)
Ann Balsamo:
Feminism for the Incurable Informed

(1995, from her Book " Technologies of the Gendered Body")
Claudia Reiche:
Feminism is Digital

Faith Wilding & Critical Art Ensemble:
Notes on the Political Condition of Cyberfeminism
Verena Kuni:
Performing Cyberfeminism

Kay Schaffer:
The Contested Zone. Cybernetics, Feminism, and Representation

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about the concept
the links listed above are considered as a collection of ressources for old boys networkers. this does not necessarily mean the linked sites, projects, networks, groups, persons are cyberfeminist or cyberfeminists. some of them call themselves cyberfeminist. some are being called cyberfeminist. some call themselves feminist. some are being called feminist. some state they deal with women and technology. some state they are considered for people calling themselves "women". and so on.
hence: what makes a project/person/network/site cybeferminist? what is a cyberfeminist project/person/network/site?
what is cyberfeminism? who is a cyberfeminist? how does cyberfeminism look/sound/smell/feel like?
how cyberfeminist do you want to be today?
decide yourself!

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