Chapter II*- A Genealogy of Abnormality: Framing Subjectivities Section D Defining Abnormality: Illness, Disorder, or the Crystallization of culture “To characterize a process as a disease is to weave it into a complex web of social meaning that comprises both norms of evaluation and technologies of remediation. Natural events become instances of health or illness […]Read Post ›
Donna Haraway, “A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century”
Walid Raad’s Spectral Archive, Part One: Historiography as Process
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Welcome This website is not about the panopticon– but the systems of power/domination which exist within it is of great interest to me.