Donna Haraway

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In History
  • Donna J. Haraway

    Donna J. Haraway
    Donna J. Haraway was born on September 6, 1944 in Denver, Colorado. She is currently a Distinguished Professor Emerita in the History of Consciousness Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz, United States.
  • A Manifesto for Cyborgs

    A Manifesto for Cyborgs
    A Manifesto for Cyborgs: Science, Technology, and Socialist Feminism in the 1980s was Haraway's most famous essay. Most of Haraway's earlier work was focused on emphasizing the masculine bias in scientific culture, she has also contributed greatly to feminist narratives of the twentieth century.
  • Primate Visions

    Primate Visions
    Haraway focuses on the study of primatology and how male scientists in the field tend to masculinize the findings especially in the area of reproduction. Haraway states that female scientists in this field focus more on areas that involve more communication in an effort to offer new perspectives that can replace the currently accepted perspectives.
  • Ludwik Fleck Prize

    Haraway participated in a collaborative exchange with the feminist theorist Lynn Randolph from 1990 through 1996. Their engagement with specific ideas relating to feminism, technoscience, political consciousness, and other social issues, formed the images and narrative of Haraway's book Modest Witness for which she received the Society for Social Studies of Science's in 1999.
  • J.D. Bernal Prize

    Haraway was awarded the highest honor given by the Society for Social Studies of Science for lifetime contributions to the field.