Selective Reading List, authors K-Z






     [This is PART TWO of the bibliography "Women and Science:

     Issues and Resources" that is number 34 in the series

     "WISCONSIN BIBLIOGRAPHIES IN WOMEN'S STUDIES," published by

     the University of Wisconsin System Women's Studies

     Librarian, 430 Memorial Library, 728 State Street, Madison,

     WI 53706; email the Women's Studies Librarian. It includes "A

     Selective Reading List" for authors whose last names begin

     with K-Z. The bibliography was originally compiled and

     updated by Susan E. Searing. Since 1992 it has been updated

     periodically by Phyllis Holman Weisbard. This version is

     dated June 1997.]







 

Kahle, Jane Butler.  DOUBLE DILEMMA:  MINORITIES AND WOMEN IN

SCIENCE EDUCATION.  West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University,

1982.  (ERIC document ED 220 278) 

 

Kahle, Jane Butler, ed.  WOMEN IN SCIENCE:  A REPORT FROM THE

FIELD.  Philadelphia: Falmer Press, 1985. 

        Contents: Women's Role and Status in the Sciences: An

        Historical Perspective (Marjorie Perrin Behringer);

        Factors Affecting Female Achievement and Interest in

        Science and Scientific Careers (Marsha Lakes Matyas);

        Retention of Girls in Science: Case Studies of Secondary

        Teachers (Jane Butler Kahle); Obstacles and Constraints on

        Women in Science: Preparation and Participation in the

        Scientific Community (Marsha Lakes Matyas); Minority

        Women: Conquering Both Sexism and Racism (Mildred Collins

        and Marsha Lakes Matyas); Women's Role in Professional

        Scientific Organizations: Participation and Recognition

        (Frances S. Vandervoort); Discrepancies Between Men and

        Women in Science: Results of a National Survey of Science

        Educators (Claudia B. Douglass); International

        Perspectives on the Status and Role of Women in Science

        (Ann E. Haley-Oliphant); A View and a Vision: Women in

        Science Today and Tomorrow (Jane Butler Kahle).



Kalinowski, Janet and Dorothy Buerk. "Enhancing Women's

Mathematical Competence: A Student-Centered Analysis." NATIONAL

WOMEN'S STUDIES ASSOCIATION (NWSA) JOURNAL 7, no.2 (Summer

1995): 1-17.



Kass-Simon, G., and Patricia Farnes, eds.  WOMEN OF SCIENCE:

RIGHTING THE RECORD.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press,

1990. Chapters on women in archaeology, geology, astronomy,

mathematics, engineering, physics, biology, medicalscience.html,

chemistry, and crystallography.

 

Keith, Sandra Z., and Philip Keith, eds.  PROCEEDINGS OF THE

NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS AND THE SCIENCES,

ST. CLOUD STATE UNIVERSITY, ST. CLOUD, MN, NOVEMBER 10-11,

1989.  St. Cloud, MN: St. Cloud State University, Dept. of

Mathematics and Statistics, 1989.



Keller, Evelyn Fox.  A FEELING FOR THE ORGANISM:  THE LIFE AND

WORK OF BARBARA MCCLINTOCK.  San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1983.



 

Keller, Evelyn Fox.  "Feminism and Science."  SIGNS 7 (1982):

589-602.  Reprinted in FEMINIST THEORY:  A CRITIQUE OF

IDEOLOGY, pp. 113-126.  Ed. by Nannerl O.Keohane, Michelle Z.

Rosaldo, and Barbara C. Gelpi.  Chicago: University of Chicago

Press, 1982. 

 

Keller, Evelyn Fox.  "Feminism as an Analytic Tool for the

Study of Science."  ACADEME 69 (September/October 1983): 15-21.



 

Keller, Evelyn Fox.  "Feminist Critique of Science:  A Forward

or Backward Move?"  FUNDAMENTA SCIENTIAE 1 (1980): 341-349. 



Keller, Evelyn Fox.  "Feminist Perspectives on Science

Studies."  SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND HUMAN VALUES 13

(Summer/Fall 1988): 235-249.  (Followed by comments by Sharon

Traweek, pp. 250-253, and Arie Rip, pp. 254-261.)



Keller, Evelyn Fox.  "Making Gender Visible in the Pursuit of

Nature's Secrets."  In FEMINIST STUDIES, CRITICAL STUDIES, pp.

67-77.  Ed. by Teresa de Lauretis.  Bloomington: Indiana

University Press, 1987.

 

Keller, Evelyn Fox.  REFLECTIONS ON SCIENCE AND GENDER.  New

Haven: Yale University Press, 1985. 



Keller, Evelyn Fox. SECRETS OF LIFE, SECRETS OF DEATH: ESSAYS

ON LANGUAGE, GENDER, AND SCIENCE. New York: Routledge, 1992.



Keller, Evelyn Fox.  "Women Scientists and Feminist Critiques

of Science."  DAEDALUS 116 (Fall 1987): 77-91.  Reprinted in

LEARNING ABOUT WOMEN: GENDER, POLITICS, AND POWER.  Ed. by Jill

K. Conway, Susan C. Bourque, and Joan W. Scott.  Ann Arbor:

University of Michigan Press, 1989.



Keller, Evelyn Fox and Helen E. Longino, eds. FEMINISM AND

SCIENCE. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.

        Contents: Women's Perspective as a Radical Critique of

        Sociology (Dorothy E. Smith); Feminism and Science

        (Keller); Reason, Science and the Domination of Matter

        (Genevieve Lloyd); Animal Sociology and Natural Economy of

        the Body Politic, part II: The Past is a Contested Zone

        (Donna Haraway); Body, Bias, and Behaviour: A Comparative

        Analysis of Reasoning in Two Areas of Biological Science

        (Longino and Ruth Doell); Pre-theoretical Assumptions of

        Evolutionary Explanations of Female Sexuality (Elisabeth

        A. Lloyd); The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has

        Constructed a Romance Based on Sterotypical Male-Female

        Roles (Emily Martin); Race and Gender: The Role of Analogy

        in Science (Nancy Leys Stepan); Why Mammals are Called

        Mammals: Gender Politics in Eighteenth-Century Natural

        History (Londa Schiebinger); Language and Ideology in

        Evolutionary Theory: Reading Cultural Norms Into Natural

        Law (Keller); Nuclear Language and How We Learned to Pat

        the Bomb (Carol Cohn); The Mind's Eye (Keller and

        Christine R. Grontkowski); Though This Be Method, Yet

        There is Madness in It: Paranoia and Liberal Epistemology

        (Naomi Scheman); A Science of Mars or of Venus? (Mary

        Tiles); Rethinking Standpoint Epistemology: What is

        'Strong Objectivity'?" (Sandra Harding); Situated

        Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the

        Privilege of Partial Perspective (Donna Haraway); and

        Subjects, Power, and Knowledge: Description and

        Prescription in Feminist Philosophies of Science

        (Longino).

        



Kelly, Alison. "The Construction of Masculine Science." BRITISH

JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION 6 (1985): 133-154.



Kelly, Farley. ON THE EDGE OF DISCOVERY: AUSTRALIAN WOMEN IN

SCIENCE. Melbourne, Aust.: The Text Publishing Company, 1993.



Kessler, Suzanne. The Medical Construction of Gender: Case

Management of Intersexed Infants." SIGNS 16, no. (Autumn 1990):

3-26. Reprinted in GENDER AND SCIENTIFIC AUTHORITY, pp. 340-

363. Ed. by Barbara Laslett, et al. Chicago: University of

Chicago Press, 1996.



Kimball, Meredith. "Gender and Math: Putting Differences in

Perspective." WOMEN'S EDUCATION DES FEMMES 12, no. 1 (Spring

1996): 28-32.



Kirkup, Gill and Laurie Smith Keller, eds. INVENTING WOMEN: 

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND GENDER.  Cambridge, UK: Polity Press;

Cambridge, MA: B. Blackwell, 1992.



Klein, Renate. "Reproductive Technology, Genetic Engineering,

and Woman Hating." In THE KNOWLEDGE EXPLOSION: GENERATIONS OF

FEMINIST SCHOLARSHIP, pp. 386-396. Ed. by Cheris Kramarae and

Dale Spender. New York: Teachers College Press Athene Series,

1992.



Koblitz, Ann Hibner. "A Historian Looks at Gender and Science."

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SCIENCE EDUCATION 9, no.3 (1987): 399-

407.



Kramarae, Cheris, ed.  TECHNOLOGY AND WOMEN'S VOICES: KEEPING

IN TOUCH.  Boston: Routledge, 1988.



Kramer, Pamela E. and Sheila Lehman. "Mismeasuring Women: A

Critique of Research on Computer Ability and Avoidance." SIGNS

16, no. 1 (Autumn 1990): 158-172.



Krishna Raj, Maithreyi. WOMEN AND SCIENCE: SELECTED ESSAYS.

Bombay: Himalaya Publishing House, 1991.



Kubanek, Anne-Marie Weidler and Margaret Waller. "Career and

Family for Women Scientists." JOURNAL OF COLLEGE SCIENCE

TEACHING 25, no. 2 (Nov. 1995): 126-134.



Kundsin, Ruth B.  "Successful Women in the Sciences: An

Analysis of Determinants."  ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF

SCIENCES 208 (1973).



LaFollette, Marcel C.  "Eyes on the Stars: Images of Women

Scientists in Popular Magazines."  SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND

HUMAN VALUES 13 (Summer-Fall 1988): 262-275.



Larsen, Kristine M. "Women in Astronomy: Inclusion in

Introductory Textbooks." AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICS 63, no.2

(Febrary 1995): 126-131.



Laslett, Barbara, et al., eds. GENDER AND SCIENTIFIC AUTHORITY.

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. 

        Articles reprinted from SIGNS. Contents: Introduction (The

        Editors); The Social Construction of Black Feminist

        Thought (Patricia Hill Collins); The Postmodernist Turn in

        Anthropology: Cautions From a Feminist Perspective

        (Frances E. Mascia-Lees, et al.); Knowers, Knowing, Known:

        Feminist Theory and Claims of Truth (Mary E. Hawkesworth);

        Political Arithmetic: The Nineteenth-Century Australian

        Census and the Construction of the Dependent Woman (Desley

        Deacon); Women's Voices in Nineteenth-Century Medical

        Discourse: A Step Toward Deconstructing Science (Nancy M.

        Theriot); Women and Computers: An Introduction (Ruth Perry

        and Lisa Greber); Sex and Death in the Rational World of

        Defense Intellectuals (Carol Cohn); The Trials of Alice

        Mitchell: Sensationalism, Sexology, and the Lesbian

        Subject in Turn-of-the-Century America (Lisa Duggan);

        Looking and Listening: The Construction of Clinical

        Knowledge in Charcot and Freud (Daphne de Marneffe); Field

        Dependence Research: A Historical Analysis of a

        Psychological Construct (Janice Haaken); Meta-Analysis and

        the Psychology of Gender Differences (Janet Shibley Hyde);

        The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has Constructed a

        Romance Based on Sterotypical Male-Female Roles (Emily

        Martin); The Medical Construction of Gender: Case

        Management of Intersexed Infants (Suzanne J. Kessler);

        Baboons With Briefcases; Feminism, Functionalism, and

        Sociobiology in the Evolution of Primate Gender (Susan

        Sperling); Engendering Reproductive Policy and Practice in

        Peasant China: For a Feminist Demography of Reproduction

        (Susan Greenhalgh and Jiali Li).



Leavitt, Judith Walzer, ed.  WOMEN AND HEALTH IN AMERICA:

HISTORICAL READINGS.  Madison: University of Wisconsin Press,

1984.



Lederman, Muriel. "Structuring Feminist Science." WOMEN'S

STUDIES INTERNATIONAL FORUM 16, no.6 (1993): 605-613.



Levin, Margarita. "Caring New World: Feminism and Science."

AMERICAN SCHOLAR 57 (1988): 100-105.



Levi-Montalcini, Rita.  IN PRAISE OF IMPERFECTION: MY LIFE AND

WORK.  New York: Basic Books, 1988.



Lewontin, Richard C. "Women Versus the Biologists."  NEW YORK

REVIEW OF BOOKS 41 (April 7, 1994): 31-35. (Review essay on

books by Ruth Hubbard.)

 

Lewontin, Richard C., Steven Rose, and Leon J. Kamin.  NOT IN

OUR GENES: BIOLOGY, IDEOLOGY, AND HUMAN NATURE.  New York:

Pantheon, 1984. 



Lipscomb, Diana. "Women in Systematics." ANNUAL REVIEW OF

ECOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS 26 (1995):323-341.



Lippitt, Jill. "The Feminist Face of Computer Technology."

WOMEN OF POWER 11 (1988): 56-57.



Longino, Helen E.  "Can There Be a Feminist Science?"  (Working

Paper no.163)  Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College Center for

Research on Women, 1986. Also in HYPATIA 2, no.3 (1987): 51-64.





Longino, Helen E.  SCIENCE AS SOCIAL KNOWLEDGE: VALUES AND

OBJECTIVITY IN SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton

University Press, 1990.



Longino, Helen E.  "Science, Objectivity, and Feminist Values." 

FEMINIST STUDIES 14 (Fall 1988): 561-574.

  

Longino, Helen E.  "Scientific Objectivity and Feminist

Theorizing."  LIBERAL EDUCATION 67 (Fall 1981): 187-195. 

Reprinted in WOMEN'S STUDIES AND THE CURRICULUM, pp. 33-41. 

Ed. by Marianne Triplette.  Winston-Salem, NC: Salem College,

1983. 



Longino, Helen, and Evelynn Hammonds.  "Conflicts and Tensions

in the Feminist Study of Gender and Science."  In CONFLICTS IN

FEMINISM, pp. 164-183.  Ed. by Marianne Hirsch and Evelyn Fox

Keller.  New York: Routledge, 1990.

 

Longino, Helen, and Ruth Doell.  "Body, Bias, and Behavior:  A

Comparative Analysis of Reasoning in Two Areas of Biological

Science."  SIGNS 9 (Winter 1983): 206-227. Reprinted in

FEMINISM AND SCIENCE. Ed. by Evelyn Fox Keller and Helen E.

Longino. New York: Oxford, 1996.



Lorber, Judith. "Believing is Seeing: Biology as Ideology"

(1992 Cheryl Miller Lecture). GENDER & SOCIETY 7, no.4

(December 1993): 568-581.



Lowe, Marian.  "The Dialectic of Biology and Culture."  In

WOMAN'S NATURE:  RATIONALIZATIONS OF INEQUALITY, pp. 39-62. 

Ed. by Marian Lowe and Ruth Hubbard.  New York: Pergamon,

1983.            



Lowe, Marian. "The Impact of Feminism on the Natural Sciences."

In THE KNOWLEDGE EXPLOSION: GENERATIONS OF FEMINIST

SCHOLARSHIP, pp. 161-171. Ed. by Cheris Kramarae and Dale

Spender. New York: Teachers College Press Athene Series, 1992.



Lykke, Nina, and Rosi Braidotti, eds. BETWEEN MONSTERS,

GODDESSES AND CYBORGS: FEMINIST CONFRONTATIONS WITH SCIENCE,

MEDICINE, AND CYBERSPACE. Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Zed, 1996.

        Contents: Between Monsters, Goddesses and Cyborgs:

        Feminist Confrontations With Science (Lykke); From Hestia

        to Home Page: Feminism and the Concept of Home in

        Cyberspace (Susan Leigh Star); Dialogues with Dolphins and

        Other Extraterrestrials: Displacements in Gendered Space

        (Mette Bryld); The Tale of the Universe for Others (Ren‚e

        Heller); Objectivity in the Description of Nature: Between

        Social Construction and Essentialism (Kirsten Gram-

        Hanssen); On Healing Self/Nature (Julia Martin); Does

        Woman Speak for Nature? Towards a Genealogy of Ecological

        Feminisms (Sylvia Bowerbank); Signs of Wonder and Traces

        of Doubt: On Teratology and Embodied Differences

        (Braidotti); The Decline of the One-Size-Fits-All

        Paradigm, or, How Reproductive Scientists Try to Cope with

        Postmodernity (Nelly Oudshoorn); Medicalization of

        Menopause: From 'Feminie Forever' to 'Healthy Forever'

        (Bettina Leysen); Postmodern Visions of the Postmenopausal

        Body: The Apparatus of Bodily Production and the Case of

        Brittle Bones (Ineke van Wingerden); The Salutary Tale of

        the Pre-Embryo (Pat Spallone); Gynogenesis: A Lesbian

        Appropriation of Reproductive Technologies (Elizabeth

        Sourbut); Postface (Lykke and Braidotti).



Macdonald, Anne L. FEMININE INGENUITY: WOMEN AND INVENTION IN

AMERICA. New York: Ballantine, 1992.



Magarey, Susan. "Women and Technological Change." AUSTRALIAN

FEMINIST STUDIES 1, no.1 (Summer 1985): 91-104.



Malcolm, Shirley Mahaley, Paula Quick Hall, and Janet Welsch

Brown.  THE DOUBLE BIND:  THE PRICE OF BEING A MINORITY WOMAN

IN SCIENCE.  Washington: American Association for the

Advancement of Science, 1976.  (AAAS Report no.76-R-3.) 



Mallow, Jeffry V.  SCIENCE ANXIETY: FEAR OF SCIENCE AND HOW TO

OVERCOME IT.  Clearwater, FL: H & H Publishing, 1986.



Marsden, Celine and Anna Omery. "Women, Science, and A Women's

Science." WOMEN'S STUDIES 21, no.4  (1992): 479-489. (On

nursing)



Martin, Emily. "The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has

Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypcial Male-Female

Roles." SIGNS 16, no.3 (Spring 1991): 485-501. Reprinted in

FEMINISM AND SCIENCE. Ed. by Evelyn Fox Keller and Helen E.

Longino. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996; and in GENDER

AND SCIENTIFIC AUTHORITY, pp. 323-339. Ed. by Barbara Laslett,

et al. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996.



Martin, Jane R.  "Science in a Different Style."  AMERICAN

PHILOSOPHICAL QUARTERLY 25 (April 1988): 129-140.



Mattfeld, Jacquelyn A., and Carol G. Van Aken, eds.  WOMEN AND

THE SCIENTIFIC PROFESSIONS: THE MIT

SYMPOSIUM ON AMERICAN WOMEN IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING. 

Cambridge: MIT Press, 1965; repr. Westport, CT: Greenwood,

1976.

        Contents: The Commitment Required of a Woman Entering a

        Scientific Profession in Present-Day American Society

        (Bruno Bettelheim, followed by panel discussion); Barriers

        to the Career Choice of Engineering, Medicine, or Science

        among American Women (Alice S. Rossi); Enhancing the Role

        of Women in Science, Engineering, and the Social Sciences

        (James R. Killian, Jr.); The Present Situation of Women

        Scientists and Engineers in Industry and Government

        (Richard H. Bolt); The Present Situation in the Academic

        World of Women Trained in Engineering (Jessie Bernard);

        The Case For and Against the Employment of Women (panel

        discussion); Closing the Gap (Lillian M. Gilbreth);

        Concluding Remarks (Erik H. Erikson).



Matyas, Marsha Lakes and Linda Skidmore Dix, eds.; Ad Hoc Panel

on Interventions, Committee on Women in Science and

Engineering, Office of Scientific Personnel, National Research

Council. SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PROGRAMS: ON TARGET FOR WOMEN?

Washington, DC: National Academic Press, 1992.



Mayberry, Maralee. "Feminist Pedagogy, Interdisciplinary

Praxis, and Science Education." NWSA JOURNAL 9, no. 1 (Spring

1997): 57-75.



McArthur, Julia and Karen L. Wellner. "Gender-Inclusive Science

Teaching - A Feminist Constructivist Approach - A Reply to

Roychoudhury, Tippins, and Nichols." JOURNAL OF RESEARCH IN

SCIENCE TEACHING 34, no. 1 (Jan. 1997): 95-96. (Replies to

article in the November 1995 issue. For full citation, see

Roychoudhury below.)



McCaughey, Martha.  "Redirecting Feminist Critiques of

Science."  HYPATIA 8, no.4 (1993): 72-82. (Examines Harding,

applying Haraway and Longino.)



McCormack, Thelma. "Post-Mortem Lepine: Women in Engineering."

ATLANTIS 16 (Spring 1991): 85-90.



McIlwee, Judith S. and J. Gregg Robinson. WOMEN IN ENGINEERING:

GENDER, POWER, AND WORKPLACE CULTURE. Albany: State University

of New York, 1992.



McIntosh, Alastair. "The Emperor Has No Clothes - Let Us Paint

Our Loincloths Rainbow - A Classical and Feminist Critique of

Contemporary Science Policy." ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES 5, no 1

(Feb. 1996): 3-30.



Merchant, Carolyn.  THE DEATH OF NATURE:  WOMEN, ECOLOGY AND

THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION.  New York: Harper & Row, 1980. 



Merchant, Carolyn. RADICAL ECOLOGY: THE SEARCH FOR A LIVABLE

WORLD. New York: Routledge, 1992.

 

Messing, Karen.  "The Scientific Mystique:  Can a White Lab

Coat Guarantee Purity in the Search for Knowledge About the

Nature of Women?"  In WOMAN'S NATURE:  RATIONALIZATIONS OF

INEQUALITY, pp. 75-88.  Ed. by Marian Lowe and Ruth Hubbard. 

New York: Pergamon, 1983.  



Meyer, Gerald Dennis.  THE SCIENTIFIC LADY IN ENGLAND, 1650-

1760: AN ACCOUNT OF HER RISE, WITH EMPHASIS ON THE MAJOR ROLES

OF THE TELESCOPE AND MICROSCOPE.  Berkeley: University of

California Press, 1980.



Mies, Maria.  "Women's Studies: Science, Violence, and

Responsibility."  WOMEN'S STUDIES INTERNATIONAL FORUM 13

(1990): 433-441. 



Montgomery, Sy.  WALKING WITH THE GREAT APES: JANE GOODALL,

DIANE FOSSEY, BIRUTE GALDIKAS.  New York: Houghton

Mifflin/Davison, 1991. 



Moody, Judith B.  "Women and Science: Their Critical Move

Together into the 21st Century."  NWSACTION 2 (Summer 1989): 1,

7-10.



Morantz-Sanchez, Regina Markell.  SYMPATHY AND SCIENCE:  WOMEN

PHYSICIANS IN AMERICAN MEDICINE.  New York: Oxford University

Press, 1985. 



Morgall, Janine Marie.  TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT: A FEMINIST

PERSPECTIVE.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993.



Morse, Mary.  WOMEN CHANGING SCIENCE: VOICES FROM A FIELD IN

TRANSITION. New York: Insight Books, 1995.



Mosedale, Susan S.  "Science Corrupted: Victorian Biologists

Consider the Women Question."  JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF

BIOLOGY 11 (1978): 1-55.



Moss, Kary L., ed. MAN-MADE MEDICINE: WOMEN'S HEALTH, PUBLIC

POLICY, AND REFORM. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1996.

        Partial Contents: Introduction: The Making and

        Interpretation of Science; Man-Made Medicine and Women's

        Health: The Biopolitics of Sex/Gender and Race/Ethnicity

        (Nancy Krieger and Elizabeth Fee); Of Headlines and

        Hypotheses: The Role of Gender in Popular Press Coverage

        of Women's Health and Biology (Joan E. Bertin and Laurie

        R. Beck); Reinventing Medical Research (Kay Dickersin and

        Lauren Schnaper).



Mozans, H.J.  WOMAN IN SCIENCE.  New York: D. Appleton, 1913.

Reprint ed: Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1991,

with a Preface by Cynthia Russett and an Introduction by Thomas

P. Gariepy.



Mura, Roberta. "Searching for Subjectivity in the World of the

Sciences: Feminist Viewpoints." CRIAW PAPERS, no.25. Ottawa:

Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women, 1991.

Translated and adapted from the French original (Les documents

de l'ICREF, no.21). See also her "Les Critiques F‚ministes de

la Science: Une Menace Aux Femmes et … la Science: Analyse de

Deux R‚actions du Milieu Math‚matique." ATLANTIS 18, no.1/2

(Fall/Summer 1992/1993): 3-24.



Nelson, Jack, and Lynn Hankinson Nelson.  "No Rush to

Judgment."  THE MONIST 77, no.4 (October 1994): 486-508. In

thematic issue on feminist epistomology. See also listings for

Gross, Barry R., "What Could a Feminist Science Be?" and Soble,

Alan, "Gender, Objectivity, and Realism."



Nelson, Lynn Hankinson. "Feminist Science Criticism and

Critical Thinking." TRANSFORMATIONS 2 (Winter 1991): 26-36.



Nelson, Lynn Hankinson.  WHO KNOWS: FROM QUINE TO A FEMINIST

EMPIRICISM.  Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990.





Nelson, Julie A. "Feminism, Ecology, and the Philosophy of

Economics." ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS 20, no. 2 (Feb. 1997): 155-

162.



Nemecek, Sasha. "The Furor Over Feminist Science." SCIENTIFIC

AMERICAN 276 (Jan. 1997): 99-100.

 

Newman, Louise Michele, ed.  MEN'S IDEAS/WOMEN'S REALITIES: 

POPULAR SCIENCE, 1870-1915.  New York: Pergamon, 1984. 



Ng Choon Sim, Cecilia, and Rohini Hensman.  "Science and

Technology: Friends or Enemies of Women?" JOURNAL OF GENDER

STUDIES 3, no.3 (1994): 277-287.



Noble, David F. A WORLD WITHOUT WOMEN: THE CLERICAL CULTURE OF

WESTERN SCIENCE. New York: A.A. Knopf, 1992.



Nowotny, Helga. "Women Interacting With the Institution of

Science." In SOCIAL ROLES AND SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS: ESSAYS IN

HONOR OF ROSE LAUB COSER, pp. 149-165. Edited by Judith R. Blau

and Norman Goodman. Boulder: Westview Press, 1991.



Nuyen, A.T.  "Sociobiology, Morality, and Feminism."  HUMAN

STUDIES 8 (1985): 169-181.



O'Rand, Angela M.  "Scientific Thought Style and the

Construction of Gender Inequality."  In WOMEN AND A NEW

ACADEMY: GENDER AND CULTURAL CONTEXTS, pp. 103-121.  Ed. by

Jean F. O'Barr.  Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1989.



Oreskes, Naomi. "Objectivity or Heroism: The Invisibility of

Women in Science." In SCIENCE IN THE FIELD. Ed. by Henrika

Kuklick and Robert E. Kohler. Chicago: University of Chicago

Press, 1996.

 

Osen, Lynne M.  WOMEN IN MATHEMATICS.  Cambridge: M.I.T. Press,

1974. 

  

Overfield, Kathy.  "Dirty Fingers, Grime, and Slag Heaps: 

Purity and the Scientific Ethic."  In MEN'S STUDIES MODIFIED,

pp. 237-248.  Ed. by Dale Spender.  New York: Pergamon, 1981. 



Parker, Lesley H., Leonie J. Rennie, and Barry J. Fraser, eds.

GENDER, SCIENCE & MATHEMATICS: SHORTENING THE SHADOW. Norwell,

MA: Kluwer, 1995.



Perry, Ruth and Lisa Greber. "Women and Computers: An

Introduction." SIGNS 16, no. 1 (Autumn 1990): 74-101. Reprinted

in GENDER AND SCIENTIFIC AUTHORITY, pp. 155-182. Ed. by Barbara

Laslett, et al. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1996.



Pinnick, Cassandra L.  "Feminist Epistemology: Implications for

Philosophy of Science."  PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE 61, no.4

(December 1994): 646-658.



Ramaley, Judith A., ed.  COVERT DISCRIMINATION AND WOMEN IN THE

SCIENCES.  Boulder: Westview, 1978.  (AAAS Selected Symposium

no.14.) 



Rayman, Paula, and Annabelle Brett.  PATHWAYS FOR WOMEN IN THE

SCIENCES I (1993) and II, by Janet t. Civian, Paula Rayman, and

Belle Brett (1997). Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College Center for

Research on Women. (Longitudinal study of factors that

influence women  to pursue undergraduate and graduate studies

and careers. inscience.html.)



Rayman, Paula, and Annabelle Brett. "Women Science Majors: What

Makes a Difference in Persistence After Graduation?" JOURNAL OF

HIGHER EDUCATION 66, no.4 (July/August 1995): 388-414.

 

Reed, Evelyn.  SEXISM AND SCIENCE.  New York: Pathfinder Press,

1978. 

 

Richter, Derek, ed.  WOMEN SCIENTISTS:  THE ROAD TO LIBERATION. 

London: Macmillan, 1982. 

        Contents: Opportunities for Women in Science (Derek

        Richter); Opportunities for Women Scientists in India

        (Kamala Sohonie, India); It Takes More Than Luck (Marian

        W. Kies, US); Becoming an Anthropologist (Chie Nakane,

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        Myself, and More about a More Important Matter--the Brain

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Rosser, Sue V.  FEMALE-FRIENDLY SCIENCE: APPLYING WOMEN'S

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        of Women in Medicine (Joan M. Alterkruse and Suzanne W.

        McDermott); SCIENCE and the Construction of Meanings in

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        the AAAS Meetings: From Nonexistent to Negligible (Sue V.

        Rosser); The Response of the Health Care System to the

        Women's Health Movement: The Selling of Women's Health

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Rosser, Sue V.  "The Feminist Perspective on Science:  Is

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Rosser, Sue V.  "Good Science: Can It Ever Be Gender Free?" 

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Rosser, Sue V.  "Integrating the Feminist Perspective Into

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        Culturally Inclusive Chemistry (Catherine Hurt

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        Science at Creighton University (Holly Harris); The Four-

        Component System: A Nontechnological Interactive Learning

        Environment Where Women Count (Bonnie Kelly); Toward a

        Feminist Algebra (Mary Anne Campbell and Randall K.

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        Women in Graduate Programs in Computer Science (Noni

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        Techniques for Reaching the Majority (Darlene S.

        Richardson, et al.); Female-Friendly Environmental

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"Science and Technology" (thematic issue).  SAGE: A SCHOLARLY

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"Science and Technology" (thematic issue).  WOMAN OF POWER: A

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Wertheim, Margaret. PYTHAGORAS' TROUSERS: GOD, PHYSICS, AND THE

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        Edged Sword (Constance Holden); Recent Data on Women and

        Minorities; see also "Too Soon to Dance" (Michelle Bowe,

        James R. Thomen, and Sheldon Bryman) in SCIENCE 272 (May

        10, 1996):795-6.



"Women and Science" (thematic issue).  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF

WOMEN'S STUDIES  4 (September-October 1981).  Ed. by Connie

Stark-Adamec.

        Contents: Women and Science (Connie Stark-Adamec); Women

        and Science: A Critique of Biological Theories (Meredith

        M. Kimball); The Rearing of Women for Science,

        Engineering, and Technology (Rose Sheinin); Science

        Subject Choice and Achievement of Females in Canadian High

        Schools (Joan Pinner Scott); Cooperation and Competition

        in Science (Marian Lowe); Women and Science: Fitting Men

        to Think About Nature (Hilde Hein); Is Feminism a Threat

        to Scientific Objectivity? (Elizabeth Fee); Is There a

        Feminist Biology? (Madeleine J. Goodman and Lenn Evan

        Goodman); Women and Science: Two Cultures or One?

        Commentary on Hein, Lowe, Fee, and Goodman and Goodman

        (Evelyn Fox Keller); Diary of a Mad Feminist Chemist (Anne

        M. Briscoe); The Status of Women in Canadian Psychology: A

        Case Study of Women in Science (Elinor W. Ames); Practical

        Tips for Coping with the Problems of Being a Seventeen-

        Career Person (Connie Stark-Adamec).



"Women and Science" (thematic issue). JOURNAL OF COLLEGE

SCIENCE TEACHING 21, no.5 (March/April 1992). Ed. by Helen

Koritz.

        Women in Science--Women and Science (Sheila Tobias);

        Women-in-the-Science Program at Marietta College--Focusing

        on Math to Keep Women in Science (George Banziger);

        Undergraduate Problems With Teaching and Advising in SME

        Majors--Explaining Gender Differences in Attrition Rates

        (Elaine Seymour); Strategies for Improving the

        Representation of Women in the Medical Sciences (Merle

        Waxman); An Outsider's Insights on Neglected Issues in

        Science Education--An Interview With Sheila Tobias (Rita

        A. Hoots); The "Women-in-Science" Day at Alverno College--

        Collaboration That Leads to Success (Debra Chomicka, Leona

        Truchan, and George Gurria).  



"Women in Computing" (thematic issue). IEEE ANNALS OF THE

HISTORY OF COMPUTING 18, no. 3 (Fall 1996). Ed. by Betty

Campbell.

        See Alison Adam and Thelma Estrin articles above.



"Women in Science" (thematic issue).  PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL

ACTION 14 (April-June 1988).  Ed. by Brian Martin and Evelleen

Richards.

        Contents: Introducing Women and Science (Brian Martin and

        Evelleen Richards); On What is Known: a Personal Viewpoint

        (B.S. Niven); Feminist Science and Participatory Democracy

        (Thomas W. Simon); A Feminized Science: From Theory to

        Practice (Merrelyn Emery); Feminist Critiques of Science

        (Jacqueline Feldman); A Feminist Critique of the

        Masculinity of Scientific Knowledge (Ann Dugdale).



"Women in Science" (thematic issue).  RADICAL TEACHER 30

(January 1986). 

        Contents: Reflections on My Life as a Scientist (Ruth

        Hubbard); Never Meant to Survive: A Black Woman's Journey:

        An Interview with Evelyn Hammonds (Aimee Sands); Women and

        Minorities in Science: An Interdisciplinary Course (Anne

        Fausto-Sterling and Lydia L. English); Maria Mitchell

        (Pamela Annas); Study with Professor Mitchell and Maria

        and Students Observe the Total Eclipse of the Sun (Carole

        Oles); Gender and Mathematics (Joan Countryman); Shared

        Meanings in Mathematics: An Approach for Teachers (Dorothy

        Buerk).

  

"Women in Science" (thematic issue). SCIENCE 255 (March 13

1992): 1333, 1365-1386.  Ed. by John Benditt.

        Contents: Women in Science: From Panes to Ceilings

        (Editorial, Bernadine Healy);  Women in Science--Pieces of

        a Puzzle (John Benditt); Profile of a Field, Neurscience.html:

        The Pipeline is Leaking (Marcia Barinaga); Key Issue:

        Mentoring (Ann Gibbons); Creative Solutions: Electronic

        Mentoring (Ann Gibbons); Profile of a Field, Chemistry:

        Women Have Extra Hoops to Jump Through (Ivan Amato);

        Profile of a Field, Mathematics: Heroism is Still the Norm

        (Paul Selvin); Key Issue: Two-Career Science Marriage (Ann

        Gibbons); Speaking Out: Shirley Tilghman, Barbara Simons,

        Joyce Poole, Anna K. Behrensmeyer, Leigh Handy Royden

        Susan Solomon (Virgina Morell); Creative Solutions:

        Foundations Lend a Hand (Ann Gibbons); Key Issue: Tenure

        (Ann Gibbons).



"Women in Science:  A Man's World" (thematic issue).  IMPACT OF

SCIENCE ON SOCIETY 25 (April-June 1975). 

        Contents: Comment (Dolly Ghosh); Woman's Scientific

        Creativity (Lucia Tosi); Obstacles to Women in Science

        (Deborah Shapley); The Savant and the Midwife (Jacqueline

        Feldman); Women in the Workforce--The General Picture

        (International Labour Office); How a Woman Scientist Deals

        Professionally with Men (Monique de Meuron-Landolt); Women

        Academics "Publish Less than Men" (Annabel Ferriman); The

        Professional Woman in Modern Poland (Halina Lewicka); The

        Popularization of Science: A New Profession Being

        Developed by Both Men and Women (Jacqueline Juillard);

        Women in Science and the Technical Fields: Some Further

        Source Material [bibliography].



"Women in Science '94: Comparisons Across Cultures" (thematic

issue). SCIENCE 263 (March 11, 1994): 1355, 1389-93, 1458-1459,

1467-1496. Ed. John Benditt.      

        Contents: Women in Science (Editorial, Daniel J. Koshland,

        Jr.); Overview: Surprises Across the Cultural Divide

        (Marcia Barinaga); Germany: The Backbreaking Work of

        Scientist-Homemakers (Peter Aldhous); Italy: Warm Climate

        for Women on the Mediterranean (Faye Flam); Sweden:

        Leveling the Playing Field in Stockholm (Peter Aldhous);

        Turkey: A Prominent Role on a Stage Set by History

        (Patricia Kahn); The Philippines: Fighting the Patriarchy

        in Growing Numbers (Marites D. Vitug); India: Is

        Overcoming 'Diffidence' the Route to Success? (Kalpana

        Sharma); Policy Forum: Status and Prospects of Women in

        Science in Europe (Mary Osborn); Policy Forum:

        Interventions to Increase the Participation of Women in

        Physics (Mildred S. Dresselhaus, Judith R. Franz, and

        Bunny C. Clark); Women in Science: Some Books of the Year

        (Katherine Livingston).



"Women in Science and Technology: The Legacy of Margaret

Benston" (thematic issue). CANADIAN WOMAN STUDIES\LES CAHIERS

DE LA FEMME 13, no.2 (Winter 1993). Guest Editorial Board:

Ursula Franklin, Hannah Gay and Angela Miles.

        Partial Contents: Margaret Benston: A Tribute: (seven

        contributions including Margaret Benston's Feminist

        Science Critique: A Review and Tribute, by Peggy Tripp-

        Knowles); Women in Science and Technology: The Issues:

        Saving the Phenomena and Saving Conventions: A

        Contribution to the Debate Over Feminist Epistemology

        (Hannah Gay); 'Women's Work' in Canadian Chemistry

        (Marianne Gosztonyi Ainley); Voices of Women on Science

        (Valerie Oglov and Hilda Ching); Science Through Her

        Looking Glass (Heather Menzies); Women and Indigenous

        Technology (Anoja Wickramasinghe); Cappuccino, Community

        and Technology: Technology in the Everyday Life of

        Margaret Benston (Ellen Balka); 'Complexity and

        Management' (an interview by Ursula Franklin and Maggie

        Benston); A New Technology But the Same Old Story

        (Margaret Benston); Strategies for the Future: Of Genies

        and Bottles: Technology, Values, and Choices (Ruth

        Hubbard); Strategies for the Present, Strategies for the

        Future: Feminist Resistance to New Reproductive

        Technologies (Sue Cox); Reconstructing Girlhood: Putting

        'Clever' Girls in Science (Linda Mahood); Toward Feminist

        Science Teaching (Irene Lanzinger); Participatory Design

        by Non-Profit Groups (Margaret Benston and Ellen Balka);

        Epilogue: A Biography of Rachel Carson (Marilyn

        MacDonald); and a review essay on A WORLD WITHOUT WOMEN:

        THE CHRISTIAN CLERICAL CULTURE OF WESTERN SCIENCE  , by

        David F. Noble; FEMINISM CONFRONTS TECHNOLOGY, by Judy

        Wacjman; INVENTING WOMEN: SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND GENDER

        , by Gill Kirkup and Laurie Smith Keller; and FEMININE

        INGENUITY: WOMEN AND INVENTION IN AMERICA, by Anne

        Macdonald (Leslie Regan Shade).

 

"Women in Science: Options and Intolerance" (thematic issue).

WOMEN'S EDUCATION DES FEMMES 9, no.2 (Fall 1991). Guest editor:

Rachelle Sender Beauchamp.

        Contents: Editorial: Transforming the Science Curriculum

        (Rachelle Sender Beauchamp and Lisa Avedon); Women

        Scientists: Contradictions and Connections (Hilda Ching);

        Are Women Excluded From Careers in Science? (Barbara

        Sherriff and J.P. Svenne); The Strange History of a Good

        Idea (Kathryn Bindon); AfriCan Training and Employment

        Center (Margaret Anderson-Clarke); Listening to the

        Women's Voices (Fran Davis and Arlene Steiger); The

        University of Saskatchewan: a Portrait (Lillian E. Dyck); 

        Pedagogie Feministe en Mathematiques, with short summary

        in English (Helene Kayler and Louise Lafortune); Science

        Through Her Looking Glass (Heather Menzies); At Odds With

        Science? (Gina Feldberg); Transforming Mathematics

        Pedagogy (Pat Rogers); BRIDGES to Equity (Elizabeth Bohnen

        and Judy Klie); Sois Male et Tais-Toi!, with short summary

        in English (Karen Messing); Foreigners to the Culture:

        Women in Trades and Technologies (Kate Braid); Jane Deer

        in Science: a Sample Case (Anne Innis Dagg); In Their Own

        Words: Stories By Women Engineers About Themselves (Jeanne

        Inch and Monique Frize).



"Women Physicists: Observations on the Changing Milieu."

Excerpts from panel chaired by Mildred Dresselhaus at the March

1992 American Physical Society meeting, Indianapolis. CSWP

GAZETTE 12 (October 1992): 1-9.

        Contents: The Origins of the Committee on Women in

        Physics: How Much Has Changed and How Little (Vera

        Kistiakowsky); Contemporary Vignettes: Women Physicists.

        Where Are We? What Is Our Collective Goal? What is Our

        Direction? And How Fast Are We Moving? (Irene Engle);

        Women in Physics: Where Are We Now? Where Do We Go From

        Here? (Patricia Cladis).



"Women, Science, and Society" (thematic issue).  SIGNS 4

(Autumn 1978). 

        Contents: Women and Evolution, Part II: Subsistence and

        Social Organization among Early Hominids (Adrienne L.

        Zihlman); Animal Sociology and a Natural Economy of the

        Body Politic, Part I: A Political Physiology of Dominance,

        Part II: The Past Is the Contested Zone: Human Nature and

        Theories of Production and Reproduction in Primate

        Behavior Studies (Donna Haraway); Women and the Scientific

        Idiom: Textual Episodes from Wollstonecraft, Fuller,

        Gilman, and Firestone (Lois N. Magner); In from the

        Periphery: American Women in Science, 1830-1880 (Sally

        Gregory Kohlstedt); Biology and Equality: A Perspective on

        Sex Differences (Helen H. Lambert); Sociobiology and Sex

        Differences (Marian Lowe); Review Essay/Women in Science

        (Michele L. Aldrich); Review Essay/Women in Medicine

        (Dorothy Rosenthal Mandelbaum); Sexual Segregation in the

        Sciences: Some Data and a Model (Margaret W. Rossiter);

        Phenomenon of the Seventies: The Women's Caucuses (Anne M.

        Briscoe); Bias in Biological and Human Sciences: Some

        Comments (Ruth Bleier); book reviews.



WOMEN, TECHNOLOGY, AND ETHICS: DEFINING THE ISSUES OF THE 21ST

CENTURY, PROCEEDINGS OF THE WILMA E. GROTE SYMPOSIUM FOR THE

ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN. Morehead, KY: Morehead State University

Office of Regional Development Services, 1991. Sixteen papers

presented at a symposium held at Morehead State University in

November, 1991. 

        Partial Contents: Of Genies and Bottles: Technology,

        Values and Choices (Ruth Hubbard); Women, Technology and

        Ethics in the 21st Century: an Ecofeminist Perspective

        (Karen J. Warren). 



"Women, Technology and Innovation" (thematic issue).  WOMEN'S

STUDIES INTERNATIONAL QUARTERLY 4 (1981).  Ed. by Joan

Rothschild.

        Contents: Daughters of Isis, Daughters of Demeter: When

        Women Sowed and Reaped (Autumn Stanley); Women and

        Technology in Ancient Alexandria: Maria and Hypatia

        (Margaret Alic); The Machine in Utopia: Shaker Women and

        Technology (Helen Deiss Irvin); Women and

        Microelectronics: The Case of Word Processors (Erik

        Arnold, Lynda Birke, and Wendy Faulkner); The Culture of

        Engineering: Women, Workplace and Machine (Sally L.

        Hacker); Technology and the Future of Women: Haven't We

        Met Somewhere Before? (Jan Zimmerman); Teaching and

        Learning About Women and Technology (Joan Rothschild);

        Feminist Pedagogy and Technology: Reflections on the

        Goddard Feminism and Ecology Summer Program (Ynestra

        King); A Preview of AAUW's Biennial Study/Action Topic

        "Taking Hold of Technology" (Corlann Gee Bush); Teaching

        Women and Technology at the University of Washington

        (Christine Bose); Women and Technology Project, Missoula,

        Montana; book reviews.



"Women's Health Research" (thematic section). SCIENCE 269

(August 11, 1995): 739, 765-801.

        Partial Contents: Equity in Biomedical Research (Vivian W.

        Pinn); Women's Health Research Blossoms (Charles Mann);

        Zeroing in on How Hormones Affect the Immune System

        (Virginia Morell); Women: Absent Term in the AIDS Research

        Equation (Jon Cohen); Global Approaches to the Promotion

        of Women's Health (Gertrude Mongella); International

        Perspectives on Women's Reproductive Health (Claudia

        Garcia-Moreno and Tomris Turmen); Women in Clinical

        Trials: an FDA Perspective (Linda Ann Sherman et al.); The

        Inclusion of Women in Clinical Trials (Curtis L. Meinert);

        Depression in Women: Implications for Health Care Research

        (Myrna M. Weissman and Mark Olfson); Patients in Research:

        Not Just Subjects, But Partners (S. Jody Heymann).



"Women's Studies, Women Scientists" (thematic section).  THE

WOMEN'S REVIEW OF BOOKS 12, no.5 (February 1995):7-35.

         Contents: The Theories Behind the Practice: When Feminism

        Enters the Science Classroom (Sue V. Rosser); In the Ant

        Colony: A Conversation With Behavioral Ecologist Deborah

        Gordon; Crucial Experiments....Innovative Programs For

        Women in Science at Rutgers University...Talks With Ellen

        Mappen, Frieda Lewis and Amy Cohen; Sterotypes Under the

        Microscope: The Sexism of Molecular Biology (Bonnie

        Spanier); Worlds in Collision: A Conversation with Betsy

        McGregor; A Speck in the Ocean: An Interview With

        Phytoplanktologist Penny Chisholm; From Physicist to

        Physician: An Interview With AIDS Researcher Judy

        Lieberman; Like Mother Used to Make? The Politics of Milk

        (Martha L. Crouch); Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: A

        Conversation With Martha Crouch; Net Gains, Let Losses:

        Women, the Law and the Internet (Cheris Kramarae and Jana

        Kramer). 



Wylie, Alison, and Kathleen Okruhlik.  "Philosophical Feminism:

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Wylie, Alison, Kathleen Okruhlik, Sandra Morton, and Leslie

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Yee, Carole Zonis.  "Do Women in Science and Technology Need

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Zimmerman, Jan.  ONCE UPON THE FUTURE:  A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO

TOMORROW'S TECHNOLOGY.  London: Pandora, 1986. 

 

Zimmerman, Jan, ed.  THE TECHNOLOGICAL WOMAN:  INTERFACING WITH

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        Contents: thirty-one articles in four sections: New

        Technology, Old Values; Ladies' Home Technology; A Living

        Wage; The Politics of Tomorrow. 



Zuckerman, Harriet, Jonathan R. Cole, and John T. Bruer, eds. 

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