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The March for Science… and Politics?

This is a guest post by Anne Fausto-Sterling! The January 21, 2017 Women’s March on Washington, DC was quite the eye-opener. I am not a naïve marcher, since my first such trek to Washington dates back some 60 years to the 10,000 strong 1958 Youth March on Washington for Integrated Schools. So I fully expected […]

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Exploring Different Methods and Approaches to Doing Feminist Biomedical Science

As Heather Shattuck-Heidorn explains in her recent post, scientific researchers, particularly in the health sciences, are being required by funding institutions to consider the concepts sex and/or gender in their research. Despite the introduction of these requirements, as Sari van Anders [Editor’s note: Hi! that’s ME!] summarizes in her review of Johnson et al., (2014), […]

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Since I’m made of particles, I’m a particle physics expert!

There are many things I’m an expert on.  Here is a list: Weather. Why? Because I have experienced weather for all the years of my life. Existence. Why? Because not only have I experienced weather for all the years of my life, I have also existed for all those years too. Gravity. Why? Because do […]