Addresses the generational divide betwenn the veteran feminist science studies scholars and the young scientists.
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.
Adventures Across Natures and Cultures: An Introduction/Maralee Mayberry, Banu Subramaniam and Lisa H. Weasel -- ; Proud to be an Oxymoron!: From Schizophrenic to (Un)Disciplined Practice/Angela B. Ginorio -- ; What Do You Do Over There, Anyway?: Tales of an Academic Dual Citizen/Caitilyn Allen -- ; Resident Alien: A Scientists in Women's Studies/Ingrid Bartsch -- ; From Biologist to Sociologist: Blurred Boundaries and Shared Practices/Jan Clarke -- ; Through the Lens of an Insider-Outsider: Gender, Race, and (Self- )Representation in Science/Caroline Joan ("Kay") S. Picart -- ; Oases in a Desert: Why a Hydrologist Meanders between Science and Women's Studies/Martha P.L. Whitaker -- ; And the Mirror Cracked!: Reflections of Natures and Cultures/Banu Subramaniam -- ; Technoscientific Literacy as Civic Engagement: Realizing How Being at Liberty Comes to Matter/Michael J. Flower -- ; Over the Edge: Developing Feminist Frameworks in the Sciences and Women's Studies/Mary Wyer -- More than Metaphor/Donna Haraway, with Thyrza Nichols Goodeve -- Toward a Feeling or the Organism/Elizabeth Henry -- When the Mirror Looks Back -- Nature in the Scho1arshz of the Humanities/Michael Witmore -- Contesting Territories -- Female-Female Aggression and the Song Sparrow/Michelle Elekonich -- Sexy Science -- What's Love Got to Do with It?/C. Phoebe Lostroh -- Unequal Partners -- Rethinking Gender Roles in Animal Behavior/J. Kasi Jackson -- Toward a History of Us All -- Women Physicians and Historians of Medicine/Montserrat Cabré -- Just Beneath the Surface -- Rereading Geology Rescripting the Knowledge/Power Nexus/Jaime Phillips and Kate Hausbeck -- STORIES FROM THE FIELD IMPLEMENTING FEMINIST SCIENCE STUDIES IN THE ACAD -- Section Introduction -- Feminist Leadership in the Academy -- Innovations in Science Education/Leslie S. Jones and Kathryn Scantlebury -- Reproductive and Resistant Pedagogies -- The Comparative Roles of Collaborative Learning and Feminist Pedagogy in Science Education/Maralee Mayberry -- Difficult Crossings -- Stories from Building Two- Way Streets/Pamela Baker, Bonnie Shulman, and Elizabeth H. Tobin -- The Forgotten Few -- Developing Curricula on Women in the Physical Sciences and Engineering/Lisa H. Weasel. Melissa Honrado. and Obbie P. Bautista -- "What about Biology?" -- Building Sciences into Introductory Womenc Studies Curricula/Rebecca M. Herzig -- LiFe, Sex, and Cells/Sharon Kinsman -- Working at the Limen -- Repositioning Authority in Science and Art/Caroline Joan ("Kay") S. Picart -- From Teaching to Learning -- A Course on Women, Gender, and Science/Haydee Salmun -- Scientific Literacy —ø-Agential Literacy = (Learning Doing) Science Responsibly/Karen Barad -- DESTINA11ON REINTEGRATING SCIENCE, COMMUNITY, AND ACTIVISM -- Section Introduction -- Fertile Futures -- Grounding Feminist Science Studies Across Communities/Swatija Manorama and J. Elaine Walters -- "Your Silence Will Not Protect You" -- Feminist Science Studies, Breast Cancer, and Acti vism/Bonnie Spanier -- Taking Science to the Household -- Scientific Motherhood in Women's Lives/Jacquelyn S. Litt -- AFter Absolute Neutrality -- Expanding "Science"/Sandra Harding -- Laboratories Without Walls -- The Science Shop as a Modelfór Feminist Community Science in Action/Lisa H. Weasel -- Feminist Science Studies, Objectivity, and the Politics oF Vision/Valerie Kuletz -- Notes on Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Index.