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The Techno-Apparatus of Bodily Production
A New Materialist Theory of Technology and the Body
What is needed is a story of bodily agency and technological failure instead of the same old tales of the disciplining of the body through science and technology.
Effects of Gender and Sex Related Normativity on Childhood and Adolescence
Princess Lillifee, Bob the Builder, Kinder Surprise Eggs for girls. Why is gender role typical behaviour taught to children from an early age and what alternatives are there? A plea for an education beyond strict gender dichotomy norms.
»Ich bin eine Kanackin«
Decolonizing Popfeminism – Transcultural Perspectives on Lady Bitch Ray
Popfeminism and postmigration: This book combines these issues with decolonial methodologies and thus invites us to forget prescriptive definitions by proposing paradoxicality as a source to diversify our concepts of feminism.
Gender in Science and Technology
What role does gender play in scientific research and the development of technologies? The book provides interdisciplinary approaches and examples of how to apply gender in scientific research, technological development and teaching.
Local Knowledge and Gender in Ghana
The emergence of global knowledge societies is recently questioning the meaning and relevance of local knowledge in the context of Southern countries. Women have proved to be the central actors in the multiple channels of local-global networking, using these new social ties for the negotiation of old and new elements of knowledge, scientific knowledge and development discourses. The inherent politicisation of knowledge and the direct objective of transforming societal institutions are not only signs of resistance against global hegemony, but serve for a new definition and for a defence of local culture and of local knowledge.