Three Commentaries on "Gender and Electronic Discourse"

On Gender and Electronic Discourse

by Cindy Wambeam is an excerpt from a recent dicussion on the ACW-L discussion list, appropriated (with permission) by the CoverWeb Editor.

Thoughts on Computers, Gender, and the Body Electric

Lisa Gerrard considers the question of whether computers will change gender relationships and argues that "what we've been doing so far is simply carrying our culture online."

Navigating the Image of Woman Online

by Kristine Blair and Pamela Takayoshi is an excerpt from the introduction to their co-edited collection, Feminist Cyberscapes: Essays on Gender in Electronic Spaces, currently under contract to Ablex press as part of the series New Directions in Computers and Composition Studies.

Kairos invites readers to submit their commentary on "Gender and Electronic Discourse" as well as responses to specific articles in this issue's CoverWeb; contact CoverWeb Editor Douglas Eyman at for more information.

Harassment On-Line
Julia Ferganchick-Neufang
The Censoring of Project #17
Dean Rehberger
Speaking of the MOOn: Textual Realities and the Body Electric
Sandye Thompson
Gendering the Machines/Engendering the Web
Bill Lantry and Nancy Barta-Smith
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