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Technology & the Body:

Constructions of Identity

Ainley, Rosa (Ed.) (1998). New frontiers of space, bodies, and gender. New York: Routledge. [TTU- HQ1154.N45]

Anderson, Laurie (1994) What do Cyborgs eat? Oral logic in an information society. In G. Bender & T. Druckery (Eds.)Culture on the brink: Ideologies of technology. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Baum, L. Frank (1907) Ozma of Oz. Toronto: Ballantine Books.

Bender, Gretchen and Druckrey, Timothy (Eds.) (1994). Cultures on the Brink: Ideologies of Technology. Discussions in Contemporary Culture Series (9), Dia Center for the Arts. Seattle: Bay Press.

Cutting Edge, the Women's Research Group (Eds.), (1999). Desire by design: Body, territories and new technologies. New York: I.B. Tauris. [TTU: N72.T4D47].

Gelernter, David. (1994). The Muse in the Machine: Computerizing the Poetry of Human Thought. New York: The Free Press.

Gromala, Diana (1996). Pain and subjectivity in virtual reality. In L. H. Leeson (Ed.) Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Hayles, N. Katherine (1999). How we become posthuman: Virtual bodies in cybernetics, literature and informatics. Chicago: the University of Chicago Press.

Hausman, B. L. (1995). Changing sex: transsexualism, technology, and the idea of gender. Durham: Duke University Press. [RC560.G45 H38]

Ippolito, Jon (1999). Do we want convergence. Artbyte, 2 (2), 26-27).

Lovejoy, M. (1997). Postmodern currents: Art and artists in the age of electronic media (2nd. ed.) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Ludwig, Mark (1996). Virutal castrophe: Will self-reproducing software rule the world?. In L. H. Leeson (Ed.) Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Maes, Pattie (1996). Artificial life meets entertainment: Lifelike autonomous agents. In L. H. Leeson (Ed.) Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Morse, Margaret (1994) What do Cyborgs eat? Oral logic in an information society. In G. Bender & T. Druckery (Eds.)Culture on the brink: Ideologies of technology. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Richards, Catherine (1996). Fungal intimacy: The Cyborg in Feminism and media art. In L. H. Leeson (Ed.) Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Rötzer, Florian (1996). Attack on the brain: Reflections on neurotechnology. In L. H. Leeson (Ed.) Clicking In: Hot Links to a Digital Culture. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Scarry, Elaine (1994) The merging of bodies and artificats in the social contract. In G. Bender & T. Druckery (Eds.) Culture on the brink: Ideologies of technology. Seattle, WA: Bay Press.

Shaviro, Steven (1999). Revenge of the chatterbots: Could a human pass the Turing test. Artbyte, 2 (2), 24-25.


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