フェミニズム科学論:新世代<br>Feminist Science Studies : A New Generation

フェミニズム科学論:新世代
Feminist Science Studies : A New Generation

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 354 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415926959
  • DDC分類 500.82

基本説明

Addresses the generational divide betwenn the veteran feminist science studies scholars and the young scientists.

Full Description


This essential text contains contributions from a wide range of fields and provides role models for feminist scientists. Including chapters from scientists and feminist scholars, the book presents a wide range of feminist science studies scholarship-from autobiographical narratives and experimental and theoretical projects, to teaching tools and courses and community-based projects.

Table of Contents

  Adventures Across Natures and Cultures           1  (13)
An Introduction
Maralee Mayberry
Banu Subramaniam
Lisa H. Weasel
(UN)DISCIPLINED IDENTITIES FORGING KNOWLEDGE
ACROSS BORDERS
Section Introduction
Proud to be an Oxymoron! 14 (8)
From Schizophrenic to (Un)Disciplined
Practice
Angela B. Ginorio
What Do You Do Over There, Anyway? 22 (8)
Tales of an Academic Dual Citizen
Caitilyn Allen
Resident Alien 30 (5)
A Scientist in Women's Studies
Ingrid Bartsch
From Biologist to Sociologist 35 (7)
Blurred Boundaries and Shared Practices
Jan Clarke
Through the Lens of an Insider-Outsider 42 (6)
Gender, Race, and (Self-)Representation in
Science
Caroline Joan
``Kay'' S. Picart
Oases in a Desert 48 (7)
Why a Hydrologist Meanders between Science
and Women's Studies
Martha P. L. Whitaker
And the Mirror Cracked! 55 (8)
Reflections of Natures and Cultures
Banu Subramaniam
TechnoscientiFic Literacy as Civic Engagement 63 (9)
Realizing How Being at Liberty Comes to
Matter
Michael J. Flower
ALTERED STATES TRANSFORMING DISCIPLINES FROM
WITHIN
Section Introduction
Over the Edge 72 (9)
Developing Feminist Frameworks in the
Sciences and Women's Studies
Mary Wyer
More than Metaphor 81 (6)
Donna Haraway
Thyrza Nichols Goodeve
Toward a Feeling For the Organism 87 (5)
Elizabeth Henry
When the Mirror Looks Back 92 (5)
Nature in the Scholarship of the Humanities
Michael Witmore
Contesting Territories 97 (9)
Female-Female Aggression and the Song
Sparrow
Michelle Elekonich
Sexy Science 106(9)
What's Love Got to Do with It?
C. Phoebe Lostroh
Unequal Partners 115(5)
Rethinking Gender Roles in Animal Behavior
J. Kasi Jackson
Toward a History of Us All 120(5)
Women Physicians and Historians of Medicine
Montserrat Cabre
Just Beneath the Surface 125(13)
Rereading Geology, Rescripting the
Knowledge/Power Nexus
Jaime Phillips
Kate Hausbeck
STORIES FROM THE FIELD IMPLEMENTING FEMINIST
SCIENCE STUDIES IN THE ACADEMY
Section Introduction
Feminist Leadership in the Academy 138(7)
Innovations in Science Education
Leslie S. Jones
Kathryn Scantlebury
Reproductive and Resistant Pedagogies 145(12)
The Comparative Roles of Collaborative
Learning and Feminist Pedagogy in Science
Education
Maralee Mayberry
Difficult Crossings 157(16)
Stories from Building Two-Way Streets
Pamela Baker
Bonnie Shulman
Elizabeth H. Tobin
The Forgotten Few 173(10)
Developing Curricula on Women in the
Physical Sciences and Engineering
Lisa H. Weasel
Melissa Honrado
Debbie P. Bautista
``What about Biology?'' 183(10)
Building Sciences into Introductory Women's
Studies Curricula
Rebecca M. Herzig
Life, Sex, and Cells 193(11)
Sharon Kinsman
Working at the Limen 204(12)
Repositioning Authority in Science and Art
Caroline Joan
``Kay'' S. Picart
From Teaching to Learning 216(10)
A Course on Women, Gender, and Science
Haydee Salmun
Scientific Literacy → Agential Literacy 226(22)
= (Learning + Doing) Science Responsibly
Karen Barad
DESTINATION REINTEGRATING SCIENCE, COMMUNITY,
AND ACTIVISM
Section Introduction
Fertile Futures 248(10)
Grounding Feminist Science Studies Across
Communities
Swatija Manorama
J. Elaine Walters
``Your Silence Will Not Protect You'' 258(17)
Feminist Science Studies, Breast Cancer,
and Activism
Bonnie Spanier
Taking Science to the Household 275(16)
Scientific Motherhood in Women's Lives
Jacquelyn S. Litt
After Absolute Neutrality 291(14)
Expanding ``Science''
Sandra Harding
Laboratories Without Walls 305(16)
The Science Shop as a Model for Feminist
Community Science in Action
Lisa H. Weasel
Feminist Science Studies, Objectivity, and 321(18)
the Politics of Vision
Valerie Kuletz
Notes on Contributors 339(3)
Acknowledgments 342(1)
Index 343