Vol 28 no. 2

Moonwalking with Laurie Anderson: The Implicit Feminism of The End of the Moon

by Vivian Appler
The Journal of American Drama and Theatre
Volume 28, Number 2 (Spring 2016)

ISNN 2376-4236
©2016 by Martin E. Segal Theatre Center


[T]aking responsibility for the social relations of science and technology means refusing an anti-science metaphysics, a demonology of technology, and so means embracing the skillful task of reconstructing the boundaries of daily life, in partial connection with others, in communication with all our parts.

-Donna Haraway[1]

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