An Introduction to OOF
1. A Feminist Object
2. All Objects Are Deviant: Feminism and Ecological Intimacy
3. Allure and Abjection: The Possible Potential of Severed Qualities
4. The World is Flat and Other Super Weird Ideas
Elizabeth A. Povinelli
5. Facing Necrophilia, or "Botox Ethics"
6. OOPS: Object Oriented Psychopathia Sexualis
7. Queering Endocrine Disruption
8. Political Feminist Positioning in Neoliberal Global Capitalism
9. In the Cards: From Hearing "Things" to Human Capital
10. Both a Cyborg and a Goddess: Deep Managerial Time and Informatic Governance
R. Joshua Scannell
Katherine Behar is an interdisciplinary media and performance artist and assistant professor of new media arts at Baruch College, City University of New York. She is the author of Bigger than You: Big Data and Obesity, and the co-author, with Emmy Mikelson, of And Another Thing: Nonanthropocentrism and Art. Her art publications include Katherine Behar: E-Waste.
"Taking on object-oriented ontologies and speculative realism, the authors of these essays are not shy in reestablishing feminist theory as a primary resource for thinking about objects, things and environments. The editor, Katherine Behar, offers a brilliant introduction to object-oriented feminism and the encounter it stages with current philosophical trends."-Patricia Ticineto Clough, author of Autoaffection and coeditor of Beyond Biopolitics
"Object-Oriented Feminism will be of particular interest for readers in feminist theory, philosophy and poststructuralism as they intersect with curatorial and art practices, and thus also being interesting for artists, curators and cultural workers navigating their ways in the worlds of theory and philosophy."-Identities: Journal for Gender, Politics and Culture