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:D here's my list.

1. The Methodology of the Oppressed by Chela Sandoval
2. Soul Talk by Gloria Akasha Hull
3. Culture and Truth by Renato Rosaldo
4. Thirdspace by Edward Soja
5. Homo Ludens by Huizinga
6. Tales of Dark Skinned Women by Gargi Bhattacharyya
7. In Other Worlds by Spivak
8. Queer Phenomenology by Sara Ahmed
9. "A Cyborg Manifesto" by Donna Haraway
10. "Situated Knowledges" by Donna Haraway

:braces self:



Add to Kat-chan's request for information about embodiment. It is, so far as I can tell, a central axiom of the area where your books work - yet I don't really understand what it is and why it is so pivotal and - importantly - what are the problems with the concept of embodiment.
Can I answer this instead?
Yes. Please do.
I will, but I'll give the applicant a chance to do it first, maybe? I do want to say that I don't think embodiment is the central axis on which the list turns, as somebody who does embodiment stuff, but I am all completely up for an embodiment conversation.
If you do, poldy wants all three components answered.
Well, I suppose it's good for poldy to want things. Probably, I'll say what I damn well please, regardless of what poldy wants, but the three components do all seem interesting and important.
ps: it's about my wymynhudz partz.
Fight the patriarchal poldy!
lol. Mostly, I just don't like it when anyone tries to tell me what to do. It's about resistance. And Karl Marx.
Good, good.

By the way, I said axiom not axis. I don't see it as the central axis either. Carry on.
I don't understand how it even is an axiom.