ID: GLSHW-6.5 Biographies & Studies: Engineers & Technologists (2387-2407) 2387 Alic, Margaret. "Women and Technology in Ancient Alexandria: Maria and Hypatia." WOMEN'S STUDIES INTERNATIONAL QUARTERLY 4, NO.3 (1981): 305-312. Describes what may be the earliest technological work that can be ascribed to women. 2388 Bishop, Ronald L., and Lange, Frederick W., eds. THE CERAMIC LEGACY OF ANNA O. SHEPARD. Niwot, CO: University Press of Colorado, 1991. 2389 Brittain, James E. "From Computer to Electrical Engineer: The Remarkable Career of Edith Clarke." IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON EDUCATION E-28, no.4 (November 1985): 184-189. 2390 Bromberg, Howard. "Grace Murray Hopper: A Remembrance." IEEE SOFTWARE 9, no.3 (May 1992): 103. U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Hopper (d. January 1, 1992) was the co-inventor of the computer language COBOL. Obituaries also appeared in COMMUNICATIONS OF THE ACM 32, no.4 (April 1992): 128; DIGITAL REVIEW 9, no.2 (January 20, 1992): 40; FEDERAL COMPUTER WEEK 6, no.1 (January 13, 1992): 26; IEEE SOFTWARE 9, no.2 (March 1992): 95, and elsewhere. 2391 "A Career, Business, Life Built on Freedom and Flexibility." IEEE SOFTWARE 9, no.4 (July 1992): 77. Interview with Steve Shirley, who changed her name to "Steve" to sell her software more easily and who helped form the group Women in Information Technology (Women in IT). 2392 Cowan, Ruth Schwartz. "Ellen Swallow Richards: Technology and Women." In TECHNOLOGY IN AMERICA: A HISTORY OF INDIVIDUALS AND IDEAS, ed. Carroll W. Pursell, Jr. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1981. 1st ed. 2nd ed. 1990. pp.142-150. 2393 Dresselhaus, Mildred S. "Electrical Engineer." SUCCESSFUL WOMEN IN THE SCIENCES: AN ANALYSIS OF DETERMINANTS, ed. by Ruth B. Kundsin, pp.17-22. (ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, 208; 1973.) Repr. with title WOMEN AND SUCCESS: THE ANATOMY OF ACHIEVEMENT. New York: Morrow, 1974. 2394 Herzenberg, Caroline L., and Howes, Ruth Hege. "Women of the Manhattan Project." TECHNOLOGY REVIEW (in press). 2395 Howes, Ruth Hege, and Herzenberg, Caroline L. "Women in Weapons Development: The Manhattan Project." WOMEN AND THE USE OF MILITARY FORCE, ed. Ruth Hege Howes and Michael R. Stevenson, pp.95-110. Boulder, CO: Lynne Riener, 1993. 2396 Keeshan, Kathleen K. "From the Arts to Applied Mathematics: A Path to Success in Research." U.S. WOMAN ENGINEER 36, no.2 (March-April 1990): 11-13. On the career of Patricia Selinger of IBM Database Technology Institute. 2397 Moore, Glenis. "Hertha Ayrton - First Lady of the IEE." ELECTRONICS & POWER 32 (August 1986): 583-585. Inventor of a portable fan for repulsing poison gases. 2398 Perry, Tekla S. "Susan Hackwood." IEEE SPECTRUM 29, no.8 (August 1992): 62+. Founding Dean of University of California at Riverside College of Engineering. 2399 Richmond, Caroline. "A Builder of Bridges (Joanna Kennedy)." NEW SCIENTIST 102 (June 7, 1984): 38. 2400 Robinson, Lisa Mae. "Regulating What We Eat: Mary Engle Pennington and the Food Research Laboratory." AGRICULTURAL HISTORY 64 (Spring 1990): 143-153. 2401 Sluby, Patricia Carter. "Black Women and Inventions." SAGE 6, no.2 (1989): 33-35. 2402 Trescott, Martha Moore. "Julia B. Hall and Aluminum." In DYNAMOS AND VIRGINS REVISITED: WOMEN AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE IN HISTORY, ed. by Martha Moore Trescott, pp.149-179. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1979. 2403 Trescott, Martha Moore. "Lillian Moller Gilbreth and the Founding of Modern Industrial Engineering." MACHINA EX DEA: FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES ON TECHNOLOGY, ed. by Joan Rothschild, pp.23-37. New York: Pergamon, 1983. 2404 Vare, Ethlie Ann, and Ptacek, Greg. MOTHERS OF INVENTION: A HISTORY OF FORGOTTEN WOMEN AND THEIR UNFORGETTABLE IDEAS. New York: Morrow, 1988. Brief biographies of over 100 inventors. 2405 Weigold, Marilyn E. SILENT BUILDER: EMILY WARREN ROEBLING AND THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE. Port Washington, NY: Associated Faculty Press, 1984. Civil engineer. 2406 Wheeler, Roger, and Snowdon, Philip. "American Women in Space." JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH INTERPLANETARY SOCIETY 40 (1987): 81-88. Biographies of the first 12 women in space. 2407 Zientara, Marguerite. WOMEN, TECHNOLOGY, AND POWER: TEN STARS AND THE HISTORY THEY MADE. New York: AMACOM, 1987. Oral histories of ten female leaders in the microcomputer industry.
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