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“Feminism’s Sciences”, número monográfico de Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience.

Science Out of Feminist Theory (Part 1: Feminism's Sciences)

La revista Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience ha publicado un doble número monográfico sobre ciencia y teoría feminista, coordinadopor Banu Subramaniam y Angela Willey. Este doble número especial cuestiona los binarios improductivos de la ciencia y las humanidades, lanaturaleza y lacultura,ofreciendo investigación de vanguardia que revela la teoría feminista como un sitio crítico para teorizar la naturaleza y los cuerpos. La primera parte (Vol 3, No 1, 2017) está dedicada a las ciencias del feminismo  y puede accederse libremente a sus contenidos.

Table of Contents

Science out of Feminist Theory

Introduction:Feminism’s Sciences  
Banu Subramaniam, Angela Willey
Temporality and Belonging as Transdisciplinary Objects: Strategic Encounters between Queer Theory and Population Genetic Technologies
Venla Oikkonen
Algorithmic Value: Cultural Encoding, Textuality, and the Myth of “Source Code”  
Pratistha Bhattarai
From Mother/Fetus to Holobiont(s): A Material Feminist Ontology of the Pregnant Body
Chikako Takeshita
Toxic Shock Syndrome, Tampon Absorbency, and Feminist Science  
Sharra Vostral
Feminisms, Fuzzy Sciences, and Interspecies Intersectionalities: The Promises and Perils of Contemporary Dog Training  
Harlan Eugene Weaver
Those who can’t, teach: critical science literacy as a queer science of failure  
Sara Giordano

Critical Commentary

What Can’t a Body Do?  
Michelle Murphy

Lab Meeting

Four Interviews with Scientists on “Science Out of Feminism”  
Rachel Lee
How do Black Lives Matter in Teaching, Lab Practices, and Research?
Anne Pollock, Deboleena Roy, Manu O. Platt, Morgann Adams, Theophilia Dusabamoro, Chelesa Fearce, Imani Fennell, Ebony Gaillard, Courtney Harrison, Daphney Sihwa, Phoenix Williams, Kimberly Jackson, Lewis A. Wheaton, C. Holly Lewis, Emily Pingel, Aziza Belcher Platt, Joni-Leigh Webster, Jennifer Singh, Renee Shelby, Kristen Abatsis McHenry

Critical Perspectives

Engagements with Decolonization and Decoloniality in and at the Interfaces of STS  
Kristina Lyons, Juno Salazar Parreñas, Noah Tamarkin, Banu Subramaniam, Lesley Green, Tania Pérez-Bustos

News in Focus

Genealogies and Futures of Queer STS: Issues in Theory, Method, and Institutionalization  

Book Reviews

Review of Teaching with Feminist Materialisms (Utrecht: ATGENDER, 2015)  
Rebecah Pulsifer

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