Monstrous Mothers and Cyborg Pregnancies: Frankenstein Feminism and the Woman Without Organs

Emily Cox-Palmer-White is an independent post-doctoral researcher

Emily has been specialising in gender theory, science fiction and philosophy. Her research is concerned with developing new avenues in feminist philosophy using the work of Giorgio Agamben and Gilles Deleuze. She also writes on the relationship between gender theory, posthumanism and female robots in science fiction and real-world technology. She has been awarded the SFRA Support a New Scholar Grant and is a winner of Foundation’s essay competition. Her book The Biopolitics of Gender in Science Fiction: Feminism and Female Machines was recently published by Routledge.