Cyberfeminism Resources, Bibliography, Discussion Lists
ASU-ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
A comprehensive site with links to articles written from a critical feminist analysis position.
Includes links to:
- The Virtual Academy: Cyberfeminism Web Sites
- Bibliography of Cyberfeminism Resources
- Discussion Lists Related to Women and Technology
- Ada Lovelace,The Woman Who Wrote the First Computer Program
- Since the Beginning: Women in Mathematics and Technology
"OLD BOYS NETWORK: WE WILL EXPLOIT YOU!"
"Old Boys Network" consists mainly out of seven artists/media
theorists/hackers/art historians/writers/designers/weirdos/... :
- Susanne Ackers, Berlin (Germany)/Skovde (Sweden)
- Valentina Djordjevic, Berlin (Germany)
- Ellen Nonnenmacher, Berlin (Germany)
- Helene von Oldenburg, Rastede/Hamburg (Germany)
- Julianne Pierce, Sydney (Australia)
- Claudia Reiche, Hamburg (Germany)
- Cornelia Sollfrank, Hamburg/Berlin (Germany)
Cyberfeminism-what it is and what it is not
- Cyberfeminismus undefined.
- Faith Wilding: Where is Feminism in Cyberfeminism.
- What is Cyberfeminism? Helene von Oldenburgs groundbreaking research on the public opinion about
- Faith Wilding and Critical Art Ensemble: Notes on the Political Condition of Cyberfeminism
- 100 anti-theses what cyberfeminism is _not_
- First cyberfeminist International 1997 at documenta X, Kassel:
press release sept 27 1997
Notes on the Political Condition of Cyberfeminism:
Faith Wilding and Critical Art Ensemble
A series of 3 articles by Steven Kurtz:
- Cyberfeminism Part 1
- Cyberfeminism Part 2
- Cyberfeminism Part 3
The Grrl Power Possie Report - FACES
European Media Art Festival (EMAF) 1998
The Grrl Power Possie is a special Network project organized by women who are active in the FACES
electronic mail discussion list. The project was presented at the European Media Art Festival (EMAF).
The six FACES are:
Diana McCarty and Kathy Rae Huffman (list co-moderators), Vali Djordjevic (list administrator), Sabine
Seymour, and Margarete Jahrmann, as well as
festival guests (and FACES subscribers) Evelyn Teutsch, Elisabeth Binder, Cornelia Sollfrank, Rena
Tangens, Maria Pallier, and Kerstin Weiberg.
Web site of woman artists working on the net
F-e-mail & Beyond is part of an evolving network of women working on top of the Grid, in the Belly
of the Beast...Women artists working with this network are serving as role models helping debunk the
mythology which is alienating women from technology.
Essay by Victoria Vesna: "From Fe-Mail to f-e-mail & Beyond: Cyberfeminist Networks on the Web"
Contains "Links of Interest:"
- GENDER-RELATED ELECTRONIC FORUMS
- Women and Computer Science
- Frida's Pain Page
- WOMEN FACULTY RESOURCE NETWORK NEWSLETTER
- Feminist Activist Resources on the Net
- The VNS Matrix
- Women and Computer Science
- Women's Internet Council
- Women Beyond Borders
NrrdGrrl!, is home to women from around the world who think, talk, and act for themselves. Contains
the "Zine Rack where you'll find a whole mess of Grrl rags, and other 'zines' of interest."
Has links to :
- General Resources
- Feminist/Activist Resources
- Women's "Places"
- Health, Fitness & Safety
- Sex & Sexuality
- Grrl Stuff
- Articles, Books, Publications
- Woman Owned/Operated Business
- Networking/Organizations etc.
Feminism for the Incurably Informed
Excerpts (Chapter Six) from Anne Balsamo's book "Technologies of the Gendered Body: Reading
Women" (Durham: Duke University Press, 1995).
Women's Relationship with the Web
A final graduate project from University of New Brunswich, Canada. "Women on the Internet" is focused
on exploring the experiences women have with the Internet as a new medium.
- Essay on "Women's Love/Hate Relationship to the Internet"
- Bibliography on Women and the Internet
- Bibliography on Gender and Technology
- Reviews of Books and Films on Women and the Internet
- Links to other Websites
Gender Issues Resources on the Net
A site for gender issues more as an informative resource and less focused on critical position
- Women's and Men's Links
- Aboriginal Links
- Disabled Peoples' International
- Fun Sites
An article "The politics of Cyberfeminism and writing for Interactive Multi-Media in the
IMMaterial world" by Josie Arnold, 1996.
Cyberfeminism is about not being considered or considering oneself as woman-as-other in cyberspace.
In this paper the author is acting as a surveyor of the newly discovered electronic terrain of cyberspace
that is currently being colonised. She forwards the metaphor of aerial mapping as she looks for signs of
poetics, particularly feminist poetics. In treating cyberspace as a text, she considers how there is no
electronic utopia because there is no anterior position to the dominant conceptual frameworks that we
bring to the colonisation of cyberspace.
The Feminist Theory Website
Site developed at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
- Various Fields within Feminism
- Different Ethnic and National Feminisms
- Individual Feminists
Women and Gender Studies Web Sites
The purpose of (Women's Studies Section Links) WSSLinks is to provide access to a wide range of
resources in support of Women's Studies.
General feminism resources on the Internet.
Southern Oregon University:
- Gender Studies
- Men's Studies
- Queer Theory
A Taxonomy of Feminist Intellectual Traditions
- Liberal Feminism
- Cultural Feminism
- "French" Feminism
- Freudian Feminism
- Materialist Feminism
- Anti-pornography Movement
- Pro-Pornography Artists & Theorists
- "Queer Theory"
Taxonomy of Men's Studies Discourses
Warren Hedges English Department at Southern Oregon University 11/96
VOICE OF THE SHUTTLE: GENDER STUDIES
University of California Santa Barbara
- GENERAL RESOURCES
- WOMEN'S STUDIES & FEMINIST THEORY
- GAY, LESBIAN, & QUEER STUDIES
- MEN'S MOVEMENTS
- CYBERGENDER & TECHGENDER
Men For Change
"Men For Change is a pro-feminist organization. As men, we continue to grow by sharing our own
stories and by listening to the stories of women. We have a great deal to learn from our partners,
daughters, mothers and friends who challenge and support us as we review and reconstruct our relationships
and notions of power.
Listening to women (as well as sharing our own stories) is a fundamental step towards ending the
division and intolerance of sexism that isolates us all from forming authentic relationships and bringing
about lasting social change.
- What does it mean for a man to be a profeminist?
- Why feminism is good for men...
- Feminism and Male Bashing
- If all this feminist crap bugs you...
We invite men to listen, even though it may be difficult to hear their anger, pain and blame, to
the voices of women..."