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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

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Well, actually what I said a post up was that she changed the field by arguing that feminism needed to take seriously environmental and technological concerns. I didn't use the phrase third wave feminism because I don't like to use that genealogical structure for feminist theory. I prefer feminist generations or cohort theory, because the idea of waves brackets these histories that really overlap. I did say 3rd world feminists, in reference to authors like Moraga, Sandoval, and Kingston.

Dude. Stop. I said third wave feminism because you invoked "feminism today." I don't give a crap about what you "prefer." Use whatever language you like, but give me an answer that shows intellectual engagement. A series of comments saying "I prefer to use this word" is not going to win me over.

Let's try the original question: Why Haraway? In your answer, do not use any form of "I prefer" or "changed the field." Do not write a two sentence answer. Think about the question and then provide a response that is detailed, nuanced, and interesting.
Dude. Stop. Dude.
Dude, don't harsh my buzz.