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Book Ronald K. Smeltzer; Robert J. Ruben; Paulette Rose; et al. (2022)
Extraordinary Women in Science & Medicine: Four Centuries of Achievement. (/isis/citation/CBB039978761/) unapi

Article Lene Birkeland; Rolf Nossum (2022)
A letter from Malevich to Semevsky about Kovalevskaya. Historia Mathematica (pp. 92-119). (/isis/citation/CBB879238313/) unapi

Article Anne-Lise Rey (2021)
Présentation : l’épistémologie inventive d’Émilie Du Châtelet. Revue d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 235-263). (/isis/citation/CBB995918149/) 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

Book Camilla Erculiani; Eleonora Carinci (2021)
Letters on Natural Philosophy: The Scientific Correspondence of a Sixteenth-Century Pharmacist, with Related Texts. (/isis/citation/CBB774516265/) unapi

Book Anna Reser; Leila McNeill (2021)
Forces of Nature: The Women Who Changed Science. (/isis/citation/CBB438058095/) unapi

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

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

Book Walter Isaacson (2021)
The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race. (/isis/citation/CBB677514543/) unapi

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

Article Ben Harris (2021)
Eugenics, social reform, and psychology: The careers of Isabelle Kendig. History of Psychology (pp. 350-376). (/isis/citation/CBB708695182/) 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

Article Barbara A.R. Mohr (2021)
Clementine Helm Beyrich (1825–1896), the unusual case of a woman popularizer of the geosciences during the nineteenth century in Central Europe. Earth Sciences History: Journal of the History of the Earth Sciences Society (pp. 84-101). (/isis/citation/CBB421993758/) unapi

Article Martine Mille (2021)
Pratique des sciences et diplomatie des espaces : les époux Brongniart entre collaboration domestique et sociabilités savantes en France au XIXe siècle. Cahiers François Viète Center for Epistemology and History of Science and Technology (CFV) (pp. 49-84). (/isis/citation/CBB876991148/) unapi

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

Article Tabea Cornel (2020)
An Even-Handed Debate? The Sexed/Gendered Controversy Over Laterality Genes in British Psychology, 1970s–1990s. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 138-166). (/isis/citation/CBB066955345/) unapi

Book Annalisa Berta; Susan Turner (2020)
Rebels, Scholars, Explorers: Women in Vertebrate Paleontology. (/isis/citation/CBB780402361/) unapi

Article Deepak Basyal (2020)
A Mathematical Poetry Book from Nepal. British Journal for the History of Mathematics (pp. 189-206). (/isis/citation/CBB603964719/) unapi

Article Andrea Sangiacomo; Daan Beers (2020)
Divide et Impera: Modeling the Relationship between Canonical and Noncanonical Authors in the Early Modern Natural Philosophy Network. HOPOS (pp. 365-413). (/isis/citation/CBB324180584/) unapi


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