Feminist Theories of Scientific Knowledge Publications

[1] Issue on Feminism & Science, Women's Studies International Forum 3 no. 3 (1989).
[2] Special Issue on Women and Mathematics: A Critical Inquiry, Philosophia Mathematica 13/14 (1976/77).
[3] R. Arianrhod, Physics and mathematics, reality and language: dilemmas for feminists, in In the Knowledge Explosion: Generations of Feminist Scholarship, C. Kramarae and D. Spender, Eds. Teachers College Press, New York (1992), 41-53.
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[4] R. Bleier,Feminist Approaches to Science, , Pergammon Press, (1986).
[5] R. Bleier,Science and Gender, , Pergammon Press, (1984).
[6] R. P. Boas, Response to M. B. Ruskai's 'Letter on feminism and science', AWM Newsletter no. July-August 1986 (1986), 10.
[7] L. Burton, Femmes et mathematiques: Y-a-t-il une intersection?, in Femmes et Mathematique, L. Lafortune, Ed. Les Editions du remue-menage, Montreal (1986).
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[8] L. Burton, Femmes et mathematiques: Y-a-t-il une intersection? Part 1, AWM Newsletter 18 no. 6 (1988), 17-21.
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[9] L. Burton, Femmes et mathematiques: Y-a-t-il une intersection? Part 2, AWM Newsletter 19 no. 1 (1988), 8-14.
[10] M. A. Campbell and R. Campbell-Wright, Toward a Feminist Algebra, in Teaching the Majority: Breaking the Gender Barrier in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering, S. V. Rosser, Ed. Teachers College Press, 1995).
[11] A. Fausto-Sterling, Building two way streets: the case of feminism and science, NWSA Journal 4 no. 3 (1992), 336-349.
[12] A. Fausto-Sterling,Mthis of Gender: Biological Theories about Women and Men, Basic Books, Inc. (1985).
[13] A. Fausto-Sterling, Response to Comments on Anne Fausto-Sterling's "Building Two Way Streets", NWSA 5 no. 1 (1993), 77-81.
[14] J. M. Geramita, How can a mathmatician do feminist research?, (1994).
[15] R. Ginzberg, Uncovering gynocentric science, in Feminism and Science, N. Tuana, Ed. Indiana University Press, 1989), 69-84.
[16] J. Harding, The Making of a Scientist, in Perspectives on Gender & Science, J. Harding, Ed., , 159-167.
[17] J. Harding,Perspectives on Gender and Science, , ,
[18] S. Harding, Comments on Anne Fausto-Sterling's "Building Two Way Streets" II., NWSA 5 no. 1 (1993), 49-55.
[19] S. Harding,The Science Question in Feminism, Cornell University Press (1986).
[20] S. Harding,Whose Science? Whose Knowledge? Thinking from Women's Lives, Cornell University Press (1991).
[21] S. Harding and O. B. Jean,Sex and Scientific Inquiry, , University of Chicago Press, (1987).
[22] S. J. Heckman, Nature/Culture, in Gender and Knowledge, S. J. Heckman, Ed., .
[23] L. Heldke, John Dewey & Evelyn Fox Keller: Shared Epistemological Tradition, in Feminism and Science, N. Tuana, Ed. Indiana University Press, 1989), 104-115.
[24] Hrdy,The Woman that Never Evolved, Harvard Press (1981).
[25] P.-s. Hsu, Response to M. B. Ruskai's 'Letter on feminism and science', AWM Newsletter no. July-August 1986 (1986), 11-12.
[26] R. Hubbard, Comments on Anne Fausto-Sterling's "Building Two Way Streets" I., NWSA 5 no. 1 (1993), 45-48.
[27] E. F. Keller,Reflections on Science and Gender, Yale University Press, New Haven (1985).
[28] E. F. Keller,Secrets of Life, Secrets of Death: Essays on Language, Gender, and Science, Routledge, New York (1992).
[29] A. H. Koblitz, A historian looks at gender and science, AWM Newsletter no. July-August 1986 (1986), 10-11.
[30] H. E. Longino, Can there be a feminist science, in Feminism and Science, N. Tuana, Ed. Indiana University Press, 1989), 45-57.
[31] L. H. Nelson,Who Knows: From Quine to a Feminist Empiricism, Temple University Press .
[32] M. Nichols, Response to M. B. Ruskai's 'Letter on feminism and science', AWM Newsletter no. July-August 1986 (1986), 6-7.
[33] Nowak,Eve's Rib: a Revolutionary New View of the Female, St. Martin's Press (1980).
[34] A. M. Robinson, Response to M. B. Ruskai's 'Letter on feminism and science', AWM Newsletter no. July-August 1986 (1986), 10-11.
[35] J. Roitman, Response to M. B. Ruskai's 'Letter on feminism and science', AWM Newsletter no. July-August 1986 (1986), 7-9.
[36] S. V. Rosser, Comments on Anne Fausto-Sterling's "Building Two Way Streets" IV., NWSA 5 no. 1 (1993), 65-76.
[37] M. B. Ruskai, Letter on feminism and women in science, AWM Newsletter no. May-June 1986 (1986), 4-6.
[38] L. Sciebinger, Has Feminism Changed Science? Harvard University Press (1999).
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[39] B. Shulman, What If We Change Our Axioms: A Feminist Inquiry into the Foundations of Mathematics, , .
[40] S. Tobias, Response to M. B. Ruskai's 'Letter on feminism and science', AWM Newsletter no. July-August 1986 (1986), 9-10.
[41] N. Tuana, Comments on Anne Fausto-Sterling's "Building Two Way Streets" III., NWSA 5 no. 1 (1993), 56-64.
[42] N. Tuana,Feminism and Science, Indiana University Press, (1989).