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Article Christopher Harrington (2022)
“Cut it, woman”: Masculinity, Nectar, and the Orgasm in Charlotte Brontë's Shirley (1849). Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 1-25). (/isis/citation/CBB352493959/) unapi

Article Marsha L. Richmond (2021)
The imperative for inclusion: A gender analysis of genetics. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science (pp. 247-264). (/isis/citation/CBB297564408/) unapi

Article Nicole LaBouff (2021)
Public science in the private garden: Noblewomen horticulturalists and the making of British botany c. 1785–1810. History of Science (pp. 223-255). (/isis/citation/CBB838251661/) unapi

Article Emma Gleadhill (2021)
“For I Asked Him Men's Questions”: Late Eighteenth-Century British Women Tourists’ Contributions to Scientific Inquiry. Eighteenth-Century Life (pp. 158-177). (/isis/citation/CBB555734121/) unapi

Multimedia Object Galina Limorenko; Anna Reser; Leila McNeill (2021-07-16)
Anna Reser and Leila McNeill, "Forces of Nature: The Women Who Changed Science" (Frances Lincoln, 2021). New Books Network Podcast. (/isis/citation/CBB905200643/) unapi

Article Peng Dai; Cody Tyler Williams; Allison Michelle Witucki; et al. (2021)
Rosalind Franklin and the Discovery of the Structure of DNA. Science and Education (pp. 659-692). (/isis/citation/CBB767912949/) unapi

Article Jessica White (2021)
“The proud & haughty Rocks”: gender, botany and archipelagic travel writing in Scotland. Nineteenth-Century Contexts (pp. 309-327). (/isis/citation/CBB031900069/) unapi

Book Gelbart, Nina Rattner (2021)
Minerva's French Sisters: Women of Science in Enlightenment France. (/isis/citation/CBB005750553/) unapi

Article Katie Holmes (2021)
The 'Mallee-Made Man': Making Masculinity in the Mallee Lands of South Eastern Australia, 1890-1940. Environment and History (pp. 251-275). (/isis/citation/CBB873215377/) unapi

Article Harriet Mercer (2021)
Atmospheric Archives: Gender and Climate Knowledge in Colonial Tasmania. Environment and History (pp. 193-210). (/isis/citation/CBB734878771/) unapi

Book Anna K. Sagal (2021)
Botanical Entanglements: Women, Natural Science, and the Arts in Eighteenth-Century England. (/isis/citation/CBB259998433/) unapi

Book Chanda Prescod-Weinstein (2021)
The Disordered Cosmos: A Journey into Dark Matter, Spacetime, and Dreams Deferred. (/isis/citation/CBB612612757/) unapi

Article Elizabeth Johnston; Mary Vitello (2021)
Reconstructing the history of emotions: Revisiting Elizabeth Duffy’s rejection of the term “emotion”. History of Psychology (pp. 301-322). (/isis/citation/CBB509374795/) unapi

Book Stacey Barker; Jill Campbell-Miller; Greg Donaghy (2021)
Breaking Barriers, Shaping Worlds: Canadian Women and the Search for Global Order. (/isis/citation/CBB572738514/) unapi

Article Yael Naze (2021)
Two proto-science-fiction novels written in French by eighteenth century women. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 125-136). (/isis/citation/CBB020528050/) unapi

Article Elly McCausland (2021)
From the Plant of Life to the Throat of Death: Freakish Flora and Masculine Forms in Fin de Siècle Lost World Novels. Victorian Literature and Culture (pp. 481-509). (/isis/citation/CBB380386690/) unapi

Article Dominik Hünniger (2021)
Visible Labour? Productive Forces and Imaginaries of Participation in European Insect Studies, ca. 1680–1810. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 180-210). (/isis/citation/CBB509322382/) unapi

Book Sarah S. Richardson (2021)
The Maternal Imprint: The Contested Science of Maternal-Fetal Effects. (/isis/citation/CBB755948278/) unapi

Book Claire G. Jones; Alison E. Martin; Alexis Wolf (2021)
The Palgrave Handbook of Women and Science since 1660. (/isis/citation/CBB505799512/) unapi

Book Caroline Rusterholz (2020)
Women's medicine: Sex, family planning and British female doctors in transnational perspective, 1920–70. (/isis/citation/CBB545634392/) unapi

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