free access   Volume 37, Numbers 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 2009

Table of Contents

From: WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly

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free access   Editor's Note: Input, Feed, Reboot

pp. 9-10

free access   Introduction: Situating Technology

pp. 11-18

Part I-Input

free access   Human Milk as Technology and Technologies of Human Milk: Medical Imaginings in the Early Twentieth-Century United States

pp. 20-37

free access   Creating "Chicks Who Fix": Women, Tool Knowledge, and Home Repair, 1920–2007

pp. 38-60

free access   The Home Pregnancy Test: A Feminist Technology?

pp. 61-79

free access   Global Intimacies: Innovating the HPV Vaccine for Women's Health

pp. 80-100

free access   Rethinking Cyberfeminism(s): Race, Gender, and Embodiment

pp. 101-124

free access   Policing Miscarriage: Infertility Blogging, Rhetorical Enclaves, and the Case of House Bill 1677

pp. 125-145

free access   Technological Boundaries: Defining the Personal and the Political in Military Mothers' Online Support Forms

pp. 146-166

free access   Recruiting Wombs: Surrogates as the New Security Moms

pp. 167-182

free access   Facegen and the Technovisual Politics of Embodied Surfaces

pp. 183-199

free access   Significant Injury: War, Medicine, and Empire in Claudia's Case

pp. 200-225

Part II-Digital Art

free access   Images

pp. 228-231

Part III-Technoverse

free access   Spyware Advice

p. 235

free access   from Huracan's Harp

pp. 236-238

free access   Certainty [vibrations of a bell] fidelity

p. 239

free access   Technology Is

pp. 240-241

free access   I Have Always Wanted an Emu

pp. 242-244

free access   Telempathy

pp. 245-246

free access   Departure

pp. 247-248

free access   StockingS

pp. 251-255

free access   Peaches

pp. 256-260

free access   Manufacture of Non-Bleeding Maraschino Cherries

pp. 261-266

Part V-Classics Reboot

free access   On The Machinery of Dominance: Women, Men, and Technical Know-How

pp. 269-273

free access   Revisiting The Machinery of Dominance: Women, Men, and Technical Know-How

pp. 274-276

Part VI-Book Reviews

free access   The Physiology of the Novel: Reading, Neural Science, and the Form of Victorian Fiction, and: Telegraphic Realism: Victorian Fiction and Other Information Systems (review)

pp. 279-283

free access   Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology, and: The Male Pill: A Biography of a Technology in the Making, and: Messengers of Sex: Hormones, Biomedicine and Feminism (review)

pp. 284-288

free access   Skintight: An Anatomy of Cosmetic Surgery, and: Self-Transformations: Foucault, Ethics, and Normalized Bodies, and: Surgery Junkies: Wellness and Pathology in Cosmetic Culture (review)

pp. 289-299

Part VII-Alerts and Provocations

free access   Social Networking and Cloud Computing: Precarious Affordances for the "Prosumer"

pp. 303-312