Have you ever wondered where to get started with feminist science? Wonder no more! Here is an epic list from all sorts of smart people in various disciplines — who are, full disclosure, some of my Facebook friends willing and generous enough to give their thoughts on starting points in...
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Up now in the Resources Forum… When people ask ‘How is feminist science relevant to physics?’, here’s something to help you answer. Sharon Traweek’s “Cultural Differences in High-Energy Physics: Contrasts between Japan and the United States.”
Of nodes, nubs, and shared projects. And cyborgs. And why being alone in your dept is hard, but being alone in a discipline is really hard.
Though it’s decreasingly common, many women in science have had the experience of being the only woman in their department. Social networks have been and continue to be important ways of connecting those who are the only or amongst these few. These networks might take place at conferences, via societies,...
Check out this classic piece on the experience of going through graduate training in science. It’s in the Resources section of the Forums. Was this like your training?
A classic piece on gender stereotypes in science, in the Resources section of the Forums. Check it out, and add your thoughts.