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Title Feminism & science / edited by Nancy Tuana
Published Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [1989]


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 MELB  305.435 Tua/Fas  AVAILABLE
Description xi, 249 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series Race, gender, and science
Race, gender, and science.
Contents Feminist scholarship in the sciences : where are we now and when can we expect a theoretical breakthrough? / Sue V. Rosser -- Is there a feminist method? / Sandra Harding -- The gender-science system : or, is sex to gender as nature is to science? / Evelyn Fox Keller -- Can there be a feminist science? / Helen E. Longino -- Is the subject of science sexed? / Luce Irigaray -- Uncovering gynocentric science / Ruth Ginzberg -- Justifying feminist social science / Linda Alcoff -- John Dewey and Evelyn Fox Keller : a shared epistemological tradition / Lisa Heldke -- Science, facts, and feminism / Ruth Hubbard -- Modeling the gender politics in science / Elizabeth Potter -- The weaker seed : the sexist bias of reproductive theory / Nancy Tuana
The importance of feminist critique for contemporary cell biology / The Biology and Gender Study Group -- The premenstrual syndrome : "dis-easing" the female cycle / Jacquelyn N. Zita -- Women and the mismeasure of thought / Judith Genova
Analysis Feminism
Sexism in science
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography: pages [229]-239
Subject Feminism.
Sexism in science.
Sex Factors.
Author Tuana, Nancy.
LC no. 88046044
ISBN 0253205255
Other Titles Feminism and science
Feminism and science