Feminist Scholarship in the Sciences: Where Are We Now and When Can We Expect A Theoretical Breakthrough?
Graduate studies at Western
Hypatia 2 (3):5 - 17 (1987)
|Abstract||The work of feminists in science may seem less voluminous and less theoretical than the feminist scholarship in some humanities and social science disciplines. However, the recent burst of scholarship on women and science allows categorization of feminist work into six distinct but related categories: 1) teaching and curriculum transformation in science, 2) history of women in science, 3) current status of women in science, 4) feminist critique of science, 5) feminine science, 6) feminist theory of science. More feminists in science are needed to further explore science and its relationships to women and feminism in order to change traditional science to a feminist science.|
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