Material Feminisms


Do you sit up nights wondering how feminism can recuperate the body and materiality itself? After reading Judith Butler, do you secretly long for someone to whisper quantum mechanics in your ear? Can you simply not get enough of Donna Haraway theorizing dogs? Then I have a book for you, friend. You say you haven’t bought Material Feminisms yet? Planetary believes that this tome, edited by Stacy Alaimo and Susan Hekman, is the perfect choice for anyone who wants to deconstruct the nature/culture binary in the new year.

Here’s the link to the book page at Indiana University Press.

Material Feminisms is 100% guaranteed to blow the minds of your graduate students, including the goth chick who thinks cyborgs are very 5 minutes ago, and that digerati dude who thinks the ‘verse is, like, wicked hypertextual.

What are you waiting for?


One thought on “Material Feminisms”

  1. Dude, you KNOW I was the goth grad student smirking at cyborgs. I’ll have to pick this up, right after I’m through with The Companion Species Manifesto.

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