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Dr. Jyanni Steffensen

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1
Thomas Foster, "Meat Puppets or Robopaths": Cyberpunk and the Question of Embodiment," in Genders 18(1993), pp. 11- 31. -->


2
Bruce Sterling, "Preface," in Mirrorshades: The Cyberpunk Anthology, ed. Bruce Sterling (New York: Ace, 1988), p. xiii -->

3
Zoë Sofoulis, "Slime in the Matrix,"Jane Gallop Seminar Papers, ed. Jill Julius Matthews (Canberra: Australian National University, 1994), p. 99. -->

4
ibid. -->

5
Alice Jardine, "Of Bodies and Technologies", Discussions in Contemoporary Culture, ed. Hal Foster (Seattle: Bay Press, 1987), pp. 151-58.-->

6
Sadie Plant, "Cybernetic Hookers," paper delivered at the Future Languages day of Artist's Week, The Adelaide Festival of the Arts, 1994. Published in the Australian Network for Art and Technology Newsletter (April/May 1994), p5. -->

7
Plant, "Cybernetic Hookers," p. 5. -->

8
Donna Haraway, "A Manifesto for Cyborgs: Science, Technology, and Socialist Feminism in the 1980s," Australian Feminist Studies 4 (Autumn 1987): 1-41.-->

9
Haraway, "A Manifesto,"p. 3.-->

10
Haraway, p. 5.-->

11
Sophia, "Virtual Corporeality," p. 15.-->

12
Sophia, "Virtual Corporeality," p. 16.-->

13
Sofoulis, "Slime in the Matrix", p. 91.-->

14
Ibid. See also Melanie Klein [1928], in Love, Guilt and Reparation and Other Works (London: Hogarth Press and the Institute of Psychoanalysis, 1975), p. 191.-->

15
Ibid.-->

16
Ibid. p. 92.-->

17
Ibid, p. 100.-->

18
Naomi Segal, "Motherhood,"p. 266.-->

19
Elisabeth Young-Bruehl, Freud on Women: A Reader (London: The Hogarth Press,1990), p. 121.-->

20
See Jane Gallop's reading of a passage in Lacan's Ecrits, pp. 735-6 in which Lacan poses the question: " Is it this privilege of the signifier [the phallus] that Freud is aiming at by suggesting that there is perhaps only one libido and that it is marked with the male sign?" Immediately following this rhetorical question Lacan uses at least four words beginning with the prefix "con" which Gallop points out means "cunt" in colloquial French. In other words every time Lacan asserts the privilege of the phallus the sublimated cunt emerges in his text. Gallop refers to Lacan as "a ladies' man," "a shameless floozie," and a "cunt-prick." Gallop, Feminism and Psychoanalysis: The Daughter's Seduction (London: MacMillan, 1982), p. 31.-->

21
Teresa de Lauretis, The Practice of Love: Lesbian Sexuality and Perverse Desire (Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1994), pp. xv-xvi.-->

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