Publications for Katherine HarrisonCo-author map based on ISI articles 2007-
Keywordsworld womens transnational tool texts technoscience technology paper norms names gender feminist discourse cyberpunk context contemporary concepts bodily blog anxieties Journal ArticlesKatherine Harrison Detecting bodily and discursive noise in the naming of biotech products EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WOMENS STUDIES, 2010, 17(4), 347-361. Katherine Harrison "Sometimes the meaning of the text is unclear": making 'sense' of the SCUM Manifesto in a contemporary Swedish context Journal of International Women's Studies, 2009, 10(3), 33-47. Katherine Harrison and Fabienne Imlinger "Unsettling the Canon: Generating Alternative feminist knowledge practices": Report from the NOISE summer school 2007 Feminist and Women's Studies Association Newslettter, 2007, (51), . AnthologiesJeff Hearn, Marina Blagojevic and Katherine Harrison Rethinking Transnational Men: Beyond, Between and Within Nations Routledge, 2013. Katherine Harrison and Ulrica Engdahl Transgender Studies: Building up the Field in a Nordic Context Graduate Journal of Social Sciences, vol. 7 issue 2, EBSCO Publishing, 2010. Cecilia Åsberg, Katherine Harrison, Björn Pernrud and Malena Gustavson Gender Delight. Science, Knowledge, Culture and Writing...for Nina Lykke The tema Genus Series of Interdisciplinary Gender Research in progress and Transformation, 1, LiU, 2009. Chapters in BooksJeff Hearn, Alp Biricik, Helga Sadowski and Katherine Harrison Hegemony, transpatriarchies, ICTs and virtualization Rethinking transnational men: beyond, between and within nations, Routledge, 2013, 91-108. Katherine Harrison Online negotiations of infertility Imaging the Female Body: Feminist Perspectives on Gynaecological KnowledgeProduction and Learning Processes, Routledge, 2011, . Katherine Harrison Gender resistance: interrogating the ‘punk’ in cyberpunk Humanity in Cybernetic Environments, Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2010, 103-113. Katherine Harrison ‘‘Sometimes the meaning of the text is unclear’: making ‘sense’ of the SCUM Manifesto in a contemporary Swedish context Gender Delight. Science, Knowledge, Culture and Writing...for Nina Lykke,, LiU, 2009, 341-353. Katherine Harrison What's in a name?: The importance of nomenclature in biotechnology Women in Biotechnology: Creating Interfaces, Springer Verlag, 2008, 183-197. Conference ArticlesKatherine Harrison ‘A sweaty-smelling, disheveled, anorectic-looking waif’ : alternative representations of women in cyberpunk fiction 7th European Feminist Research Conference, 2009. Katherine Harrison ‘‘We have a dream...’: the hopes and anxieties of your conference organisers Trans Studies & Theories: Building up the Field in a Nordic Context Conference, 2009. Katherine Harrison Unpicking the 'sticky threads' of biotechnology nomenclature Women's Worlds 2008: 10th Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, 2008. Katherine Harrison Spatial reconfigurings: the ‘textual body’ in the MUD Women’s Worlds 2008: 10th Interdisciplinary Congress on Women, 2008. Katherine Harrison Combining theory and practice – an integrated approach to blogging , 2007. Katherine Harrison Gender and MUDding: applying critical theory to Internet research Association of Internet Research workshop on Internet research methods, 2006. Katherine Harrison Anonymously going public: gender and blogging Haunted Bodies: Gender and (Dis)Embodiment conference, 2006. Ph.D. ThesesKatherine Harrison Discursive skin: Entanglements of gender, discourse and technology 2010. Fulltext ReportsKatherine Harrison, Anne-Charlott Callertsig and Kristina Lindholm Genus och Räddningsjänst 2008.
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