In Search of a Female Technological Identity in Electronic Literature: Dancing with the Spanish Domestic Cyborg

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This chapter explores some of the most engaging female voices in Hispanic digital literature, aiming at discovering the singularity of their proposals and attempting to find patterns that will disclose, or not, the existence of a female techno-cultural identity in the field. This review of the work of female digital literature creators in Spanish responds to two main needs. First, to make visible the difference and give a space to women artists that create and type in Spanish. Second, to analyze the strategies used by women authors to discover whether common political strategies of possibility and difference are being generated, if similar models are being propagated, or, on the other hand, if these practices are solely tied by the gender of their authors.

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Laura Sánchez Gómez