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Women, gender, and science : new directions

Author: Sally Gregory Kohlstedt; Helen E Longino
Publisher: Chicago : Osiris, University of Chicago Press, 1997.
Series: Osiris (Bruges, Belgium), 2nd ser. v. 12.
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Examines women's participation in science, gender and science, and the potential for interaction between these two issues. The text explores interrelated topics such as the experiences of individual  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sally Gregory Kohlstedt; Helen E Longino
ISBN: 0226307530 9780226307534 0226307549 9780226307541
OCLC Number: 37950242
Notes: Issued as: Osiris, second series, v. 12 (1997).
Description: 222 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: The women, gender, and science question: what do research on women in science and research on gender and science have to do with each other? --
Sally Gregory Kohlstedt and Helen Longino --
Developmental biology as a feminist cause? / Evelyn Fox Keller --
Gender and "modern" botany in Victorian England / Ann B. Shtier --
The uses of useful knowledge: science, technology, and social boundaries in an industrializing city --
Nina E. Lerman --
Medicine and science as masculine "fields of honor" --
Robert A. Nye --
The engendering of archaeology; refiguring feminist science studies --
Alison Wylie --
Hidden persuaders: medical indexing and the gendered professionalism of American medicine, 1880-1932 / Diana E. Long --
"What the women at all times would laugh at": redefining equality and difference, circa 1660-1760 / Estelle Cohen --
Science, politics, and morality: the relationship of Lise Meitner and Elisabeth Schiemann / Elvira Scheich --
Which science? Which women? / Margaret W. Rossiter --
Women's standpoint on mature: what makes them possible? / Sandra Harding --
Creating sustainable science / Londa Schiebinger.
Series Title: Osiris (Bruges, Belgium), 2nd ser. v. 12.
Responsibility: edited by Sally Gregory Kohlstedt and Helen Longino.

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