Publications: Women in Science: Selected References
- Women in science: 1st annual survey, Science 255 no. 92/3/13 (1992),
- Gender and the culture of science: Women in science '93, Science 260
no. 93/4/16 (1993), 383-432.
- Comparison across cultures: Women in science 1994, Science 263 no.
94/3/11 (1994), 1468-1391.
- Crucial experiments, The Women's Review of Books 12 no. 5 (1995),
- Educating for persistence, The Women’s Review of Books 12 no. 5
- Why are there so few women mathematicians,? LiveMint, July 27, 2017.
- P. G. Abir-Am and D. Outram, Uneasy Careers and Intimate Lives: Women
in Science, 1789-1979, Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick
- P. Aldhous, Germany: The backbraking work of scientist-homemakers,
Science 263 no. 94/3/11 (1994), 1475-1479.
- P. Aldhous, Sweden: Leveling the playing field in Stockholm, Science
263 no. 94/3/11 (1994), 1482-1486.
- J. Alper, The pipeline is leaking women all the way along, Science
260 no. 93/4/16 (1993), 409-411.
- I. Amato, Profile of a field: Chemistry, Science 255 no. 92/3/13
- K. Barad, A Feminist approach to teaching quantum physics, Teachers
College Press (1995), 43-76.
M. Barinaga, Profile of a field: Neuroscience, Science 255 no.
92/3/13 (1992), 1366-1367.
M. Barinaga, Is there a ‘female style’ in science?, Science 260 no.
93/4/16 (1993), 384-391.
M. Barinaga, Feminists find gender everywhere in science, Science 260
no. 93/4/16 (1993), 392-393.
- M. Barinaga, Overview: Surprises across the cultural divide, Science
263 no. 94/3/11 (1994), 1468-1474.
- S. G. Brush, Women in science and engineering, American Scientist 79
no. September-October 1991 (1991), 404-419.
- R. J. Burke and M. C. Matis eds., Women and Minorities in Science,
Technology. Upping the Numbers. Edward Elgar Publishing, Northampton,
- A. Bunce, Educators urge parents to bolster girls' interest in math
and science, Christian Science Monitor, 1995, Sept. 13, (1995)
- A. Dembner, Women in math, science are studied, The Boston Globe,
93/12/8 (1993) 16.
- B. Easlea, The masculine image of science with special reference to
physics: How much does gender really matter,? in Gender and Science, J.
Harding, Ed., 132-158.
- A. Fausto-Sterling, Myths of Gender: Biological Theories about Women
and Men, Basic Books, Inc. (1985).
- J. Fitzpatrick, Women's Lives, Women's Roles, New York Times, 1996,
May 19, (1996) Sec CN, p25 col 1.
- F. Flam, Italy: Warm climate for women on the mediterranean, Science
263 no. 94/3/11 (1994), 1480-1481.
- M. Foster, Question of Jobs-the Two Career Couple (Biology),
BioScience 43 no. 4 (1993), 237.
- J. R. Franz, M. S. Dresselhaus, and B. C. Clark, Policy forum:
Interventions to increase the participation of women in physics, Science
263 no. 94/3/11 (1994), 1491-1494.
- A. Gibbons, Key Issue: Mentoring, Science 255 no. 92/3/13 (1992),
- A. Gibbons, Key Issue: Two-career science marriage, Science 255 no.
92/3/13 (1992), 1380-81.
- A. Gibbons, Key Issue: Tenure, Science 255 no. 92/3/13 (1992),
- C. Kessel, Women in Mathematics: Change, Inertia, Stratification, Segregation, in Advancing Women in Science, W. Pearson, Jr., L. M. Frehill, and C. L. McNeely, editors, Springer International (2015).
- J. Harding, The Making of a Scientist, in Perspectives on Gender &
Science, J. Harding, Ed., , 159-167.
- J. Harding, Perspectives on Gender and Science,
- B. Horning, Controversial Career of Evelyn Fox Keller, Technology
Review 62 no. Jan-93 (1993), 58-68.
- R. Hubbard,The Politics of Women's Biology,
Rutgers University Press (1990).
- P. Kahn, Turkey: A prominent role on a stage set by histroy, Science
263 no. 94/3/11 (1994), 1487-1490.
- E. F. Keller, How gender matters, or, why it's so hard for us to count
past two, in Gender and Science, J. Harding, Ed., 168-183.
- E. F. Keller, A Feeling for the Organism: the Life and Work of Barbara
Freeman and Co. (1983).
- O. Khazan, The More Gender Equality the Fewer Women in Science, The Atlantic, February 18, 2018.
- A. H. Koblitz, Historian looks at gender and science, Int. J. Sci.
Educ. 9 no. 3 (1987), 399-407.
- M. C. LaFollette, Making Science Our Own: Public Images of Science, 1910 - 1955,
University of Chicago Press (1990).
- E. Martin, The Egg and the Sperm...Stereotypical Male-Female Roles,
Signs 16 no. 3 (1991).
- V. Morell, Seeing nature through the lens of gender, Science 260 no.
93/4/16 (1993), 428-429.
- V. Morell, Called 'trimates' three bold women shaped their field,
Science 260 no. 93/4/16 (1993), 4220-425.
- M. Morse,Women Changing Science: Voices from a Field in Transition,
Insight Books/Plenum Press, New York (1995).
- H. J. Mozans,Women in Science,
University of Notre Dame Press (1991).
- M. Osborn, Policy forum: Status and prospects of women in science in
Europe, Science 263 no. 94/3/11 (1994), 1389-1390.
- E. Pollack, Why are there still so few women in science, NY Times Magazine,
October 6, 2013.
- R. Primack and V. O'Leary, Cumulative Disadvantages in the Careers of
Women Ecologists, BioScience 43 no. 3 (1993), 158-165.
- P. Rayman and B. Brett, Pathways for women in the sciences: The
Wellesley report Part I, Wellesley College Center for Research on Women
- J. Rennie, Living Together (Parasitology), Sci American no. Jan. 92
- S. V. Rosser, Teaching the Majority: Breaking the Gender Barrier in
Science, Mathematics, and Engineering,
Indiana Press (1989).
P. Selvin, Profile of a field: mathematics [heroism is still the
norm], Science 255 no. 5050 (1992), 1382-1383.
E. Seymour, The loss of women from science, mathematics and
engineering undergraduate majors: an explanatory account, Science
Education 79 no. 4 (1995), 437-473.
K. Sharma, India: Is overcoming &lsquo:diffidence’ the route to success?,
Science 263 no. 94/3/11 (1994), 1495-1496.
L. Schiebinger, Has Feminism Changed Science?, Harvard University
- G. Stoet and D. C. Geary, The Gender-Equity Paradox in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education, Psychological Science, 2018, 1 - 13.
S. M. Tilghman, Science vs. the Female Scientist, The New York Times,
S. M. Tilghman, Science vs. women-A radical solution, The New York
Times, 93/1/26 (1993).
J. Travis, Making room for women in the culture of science, Science
260 no. 93/4/16 (1993), 412-415.
M. D. Vitug, The Phillipines: Fighting the patriarchy in growing
numbers, Science 263 no. 94/3/11 (1994), 1491-1494.
J. Wallace, What the world needs now: more women in mathematics and
science, Educational Leadership 46 no. 6 (1989), 46.
S. Widnall, Voices from the Pipeline, Science 241 ,
P. Wright, Small Worlds: One Woman's Life in Nuclear Physics,
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