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Article Felix E. Rietmann (2024)
Mother-blaming revisited: Gender, cinematography, and infant research in the heyday of psychoanalysis. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 87-116). (/isis/citation/CBB480837886/) unapi

Book Elisabetta Strickland (2024)
Emmy Noether: Vita e opere della donna che stupì Einstein (1882-1935). (/isis/citation/CBB396159057/) unapi

Article Nicola Williams (October 2023)
Do Microscopes Have Politics? Gendering the Electron Microscope in Laboratory Biological Research. Technology and Culture (pp. 1159-1183). (/isis/citation/CBB620043585/) unapi

Article Andrea Reichenberger (2023)
Elli Heesch, Heinrich Heesch and Hilbert’s eighteenth problem: collaborative research between philosophy, mathematics and application. British Journal for the History of Mathematics (pp. 208-228). (/isis/citation/CBB030444363/) unapi

Article Carla Petrocelli (2023)
Maszyny Matematyczne, women, and computing: The birth of computers in the Polish communist era. History of Science (pp. 409-435). (/isis/citation/CBB696181842/) unapi

Book Hannah Wills; Sadie Harrison; Erika Lynn Jones; et al. (2023)
Women in the History of Science: A Sourcebook. (/isis/citation/CBB098760516/) unapi

Article Toner Stevenson (2023)
Melbourne Observatory's Astrographic Women: Star Measurers and Computers. Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage (pp. 325-338). (/isis/citation/CBB171938462/) unapi

Article Barbara A. R. Mohr (2023)
Clara Ehrenberg (1838–1915), an Early Woman Micropaleontologist: Her Contribution to Science with an Outlook on International Environmental and Climate Research. Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society (pp. 174-195). (/isis/citation/CBB342623995/) unapi

Book Magdolna Hargittai (2023)
Meeting the Challenge: Top Women in Science. (/isis/citation/CBB860768431/) unapi

Book Lacey Sparks (2023)
Women and the Rise of Nutrition Science in Interwar Britain and British Africa. (/isis/citation/CBB595780963/) unapi

Book Kate Zernike (2023-02-28)
The Exceptions: Nancy Hopkins, MIT, and the Fight for Women in Science. (/isis/citation/CBB124260809/) unapi

Book Saini, Angela (2023-02-23)
The Patriarchs: The Origins of Inequality. (/isis/citation/CBB988438156/) unapi

Article Rubén Calatrava Gómez (2023)
El manuscrito AHPCR V.3/54: una versión inédita en castellano del tratado de alquimia De aluminibus et salibus. Llull: Revista de la Sociedad Española de Historia de las Ciencias y de las Técnicas (pp. 13-38). (/isis/citation/CBB910480165/) unapi

Thesis Emily S. Hutcheson (2023)
The Living Seas: Marine Algae, Symbiosis and the Modern Conception of Coral Reefs 1880-1930. (/isis/citation/CBB004699922/) unapi

Book Ilde Porcu (2023)
Con scienza e virtù. Maria Gaetana Agnesi protagonista nel Settecento europeo. (/isis/citation/CBB182814002/) unapi

Article Tatiana Kasperski; Paul Josephson (2023)
Women, Reactors, and Nuclear Weapons: From Revolutionary Liberation to the "Miss Atom" Pageant in (Post-)Soviet Russia. Technology and Culture (pp. 791-822). (/isis/citation/CBB684442709/) unapi

Article Christoffer Basse Eriksen; Xinyi Wen (2023)
Colouring flowers: books, art, and experiment in the household of Margery and Henry Power. British Journal for the History of Science (pp. 21-43). (/isis/citation/CBB536769149/) unapi

Book Marie-Geneviève-Charlotte Darlus Thiroux d’Arconville; Paolo Amodio (2023)
Sulla chimica. Discorso preliminare (1759). (/isis/citation/CBB542682417/) unapi

Article Camilo López-Aguirre; Diana Farías (2022)
The mirage of scientific productivity and how women are left behind: The Colombian case. Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society. (/isis/citation/CBB389058641/) unapi

Article Ariane Dröscher (2022)
From exceptional to common presence: Italian women in twentieth-century life sciences. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences (p. -5). (/isis/citation/CBB348917196/) unapi


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