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Paint sample that includes a miniature landscape painted by George Washington Carver (H 36, W 12.8 cm; Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site, TUIN 285).
Tuin et al., "Fabrication of novel high surface area mushroom gilled fibers and their effects on human adipose derived stem cells under pulsatile fluid flow for tissue engineering applications," Acta Biomaterialia, 2016; DOI: 10.1016/j.actbio.2016.03.025
(4) Regarding a further acknowledgement of contemporary positions in respect to the issues of materiality, embodiment and subjectivity see Rick Dolphijn & Iris van der Tuin's New Materialism: Interviews & Cartographies.
For example, the brush border enzyme IAP can dephosphorylate LPS and reduce their toxicity (Koyama et al., 2002; Beumer et al., 2003; Van Veen et al., 2005; Tuin et al., 2006).
New material feminist scholars (see Van der Tuin, 2011) claim that Butler's account of the body fails to consider its weightiness.
(9) For varied expressions of new materialism, see Ian Hodder, 'The Entanglements of Humans and Things: A Long-Term View', New Literary History, 45 (2014), 19-36; Iris van der Tuin, and Rick Dolphijn (eds), New Materialisms: Interviews and Cartographies (Ann Arbor, MI: Open Humanities Press, 2012); Diana Coole, and Samantha Frost (eds), New Materialisms: Ontology, Agency, and Politics (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2010); Bruno Latour, We Have Never Been Modern Trans.
In its focus on Metis/metis, this paper is aligned with the emerging body of work on feminist materialisms (Grosz, Howie, der Tuin, and Alaimo & Hekman) and with the ongoing project of feminist myth making (Dorpenyo, 2013; Hawhee, 2005; Larrington, 1992; Cixous, 1991; Atwood, 1988).
In die oorrompelende "'n dogtertjie in die tuin" erken die spreker in die spel van 'n dogtertjie 'n intuitiewe wete van intieme verbintenisse met die ander in die natuur en met ander mense:
Some feminist scholars criticized Judith Butler for trapping the body into endless social discourses (see Dolphijn and van der Tuin).