THE HISTORY OF WOMEN AND SCIENCE, HEALTH, AND TECHNOLOGY:
A BIBLIOGRAPHIC GUIDE TO THE PROFESSIONS AND THE DISCIPLINES

Engineering & Technical Professions (2367-2386)


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Engineering & Technical Professions (2367-2386)
 
2367     Bradby, Marie. "Hispanic Women at the Johnson Space Center." HISPANIC
ENGINEER 5, no.3 (Fall 1989): 28-31.
 
 2368     Christensen, Lawrence O. "Being Special: Women Students at the
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy." MISSOURI HISTORICAL REVIEW 83, no.1
(1988): 17-35.
 
 2369     Florman, Samuel C. "Will Women Engineers Make A Difference?"
TECHNOLOGY REVIEW 87, no.8 (November/December 1984): 51-52.
 
 2370     Goff, Alice G. WOMEN CAN BE ENGINEERS. Youngstown, OH: privately
published, 1946.
 
 2371     Haas, Violet B., and Perrucci, Carolyn C., eds. WOMEN IN SCIENTIFIC
AND ENGINEERING PROFESSIONS. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1984. See
in particular "Responsibilities of Women Faculty in Engineering Schools," by
Mildred S. Dresselhaus, pp.128-134; and "Women Engineers in History: Profiles
in Holism and Persistence," by Martha M. Trescott, pp.181-204.
 
 2372     Hynes, H. Patricia. "Feminism and Engineering: The Inroads." In THE
KNOWLEDGE EXPLOSION: GENERATIONS OF FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP, ed. Cheris Kramarae &
Dale Spender, pp.133-140. New York: Teachers College Press, 1992. Reviews the
impact of feminism on engineering since the late 1960s.
 
 2373     IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON EDUCATION E-28, no.4 (November 1985); Special
Issue: "Women in Engineering."
 
 2374     Kozloski, Lillian, and Mackowski, Maura J. "The Wrong Stuff." FINAL
FRONTIERS (May/June 1990): 20-23,52-55. Description of program to test women
pilots for inclusion in the Mercury astronaut program and the reasons why the
women who were found qualified were not employed.
 
 2375     Kreinberg, Nancy. I'M MADLY IN LOVE WITH ELECTRICITY -- AND OTHER
COMMENTS ABOUT THEIR WORK BY WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. Berkeley:
Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, 1977.
 
 2376     Lefcourt, Susan. "Women in Engineering -- Revisited." CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING (November 3, 1969): 92-98.
 
 2377     Marcus, Gail H. "The Status of Women in the Nuclear Industry."
BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS 32, no.4 (April 1976): 34-39
 
 2378     McIlwee, Judith S., and Robinson, J. Gregg. WOMEN IN ENGINEERING:
GENDER, POWER, AND WORKPLACE CULTURE. Albany, NY: State University of New York,
1992.
 
 2379     Nichols, Roberta. "Women in Science and Engineering: Are Jobs Really
Sexless?" TECHNOLOGY REVIEW 75 (June 1973): 43-47.
 
 2380     Parrish, John B. "Women Continue in the Professions." CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING PROGRESS 84, no.1 (January 1988): 50-56.
 
 2381     Pursell, Carroll W., Jr. "`Am I a Lady or an Engineer?' The Origins
of the Women's Engineering Society in Britain, 1918-1940." TECHNOLOGY AND
CULTURE 34, no.1 (January 1993): 78-97.
 
 2382     Saigal, Anil. "Women Engineers: An Insight Into Their Problems." U.S.
WOMAN ENGINEER 34, no.4 (July/August 1988): 42-43.
 
 2383     Trescott, Martha Moore. "A History of Women Engineers in the United
States, 1850-1975: A Progress Report." In PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF WOMEN
ENGINEERS 1979 NATIONAL CONFERENCE, pp.1-14. New York: Society of Women
Engineers, 1979.
 
 2384     Trescott, Martha Moore. "Women and Engineering Education: Historical
Sketches." In WOMEN AND ENGINEERING EDUCATION: REPORT ON A CONFERENCE OF THE
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, 20 AND 21 MARCH 1987, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA,
pp.II1-II16. Northridge, CA: Women in Science and Engineering Programs, School
of Engineering and Computer Science, California State University, 1988.
 
 2385     Trescott, Martha Moore. "Women Engineers in History: Profiles in
Holism and Persistence." In WOMEN IN SCIENTIFIC AND ENGINEERING PROFESSIONS,
ed. by Violet B. Haas and Carolyn C. Perrucci, pp.181-204. Ann Arbor:
University of Michigan Press, 1981. Includes lengthy comments on industrial
engineer Lillian Gilbreth.
 
 2386     Trescott, Martha Moore. "Women in the Intellectual Development of
Engineering: A Study in Persistence and Systems Thought." In WOMEN OF SCIENCE:
RIGHTING THE RECORD, ed. by G. Kass-Simon & Patricia Farnes, pp.147-187.
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1990.


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