Science and gender
Description: Term used during the period 2002-present
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[Chapter] Ross-Nazzal, Jennifer (2013) You've Come a Long Way, Maybe: The First Six Women Astronauts and the Media. In: Spacefarers: Images of Astronauts and Cosmonauts in the Heroic Era of Spaceflight (p. 175).
[Chapter] Evans, Meredith (2013) Matrices of Force: Spinozist Monism and Margaret Cavendish's Description of a New World, Called the Blazing World. In: Making Space Public in Early Modern Europe: Performance, Geography, Privacy (p. 241).
[Chapter] Cowan, Brian (2013) English Coffeehouses and French Salons: Rethinking Habermas, Gender and Sociability in Early Modern French and British Historiography. In: Making Space Public in Early Modern Europe: Performance, Geography, Privacy (p. 41).
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[Book] Catherine Whitlock; Rhodri Evans (2019) Ten Women Who Changed Science and the World: Marie Curie, Rita Levi-Montalicini, Chien-Shiung Wu, Virginia Apgar, and More.
[Article] Jenna Tonn (2019) Gender. Encyclopedia of the History of Science.
[Thesis] Molly Anderson Greene; Promey, Sally (2019) Deluge: On the Female Animal. Yale University.