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스너피의 엄마를 찾아서: 문화적 텍스트로서의 기술과학 서사에 대한 여성주의적 비판을 위해

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  • Jieun Lee
Reading technoscientific narratives as cultural texts can make a significant contribution to feminist critique of technoscience. This article examines the cultural imaginary of contemporary technoscience focusing on the peculiar way in which animal cloning is narrated to the public. The pervasive “cloning” story that highlights the sameness between the original and the copy, as they are secured by the “genes” and “technologies”. At the same time, it renders invisble heterogeneous bodies that are involved in this magical, “motherless” reproduction. As such, the dominant narrative of cloning highlights a specific technoscientific imagination of the future in which (re)production happens without involving bodies, and value grows on its own. I argue that the narrative of cloning resonates with the late capitalist (and biocapitalist) imagination of life and economy, while reiterating the gendered dichotomy of production and reproduction, mind and body, nature and culture in a novel way. I propose “care” as an important analytic that allows feminists to ask different questions about technoscience, to tell different stories about life, and further to imagine technonscience otherwise.
Bidragets oversatte titelDesperately Seeking Snuppy’s Mom(s): Re-writing the Story of the First-Cloned Dog
OriginalsprogKoreansk
TidsskriftIssues in Feminism (페미니즘 연구)
Sider (fra-til)3-35
Antal sider33
ISSN1598-4192
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2016

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