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Ample evidence has been provided that women historically have suffered numerous social, political, and institutional barriers to their entrance and success in the sciences. The articles in this anthology refocus the discussion and reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the issues surrounding women in the sciences. While the barriers that women have faced as researchers, subjects of research, students of science, and theorists have been well documented, this anthology breaks new ground. It presents the ways women succeed in the sciences, overcome these historical barriers, and contribute to the social practice of science and the philosophy of science in both theory and practice.
Purdue University Press
West Lafayette, IN
Women in Science, Study and Teaching, Women Education
Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Science and Technology Studies | Women's Studies
Bart, Jody, "Women Succeeding in the Sciences: Theories and Practices Across Disciplines" (2000). Purdue University Press Books. 14.