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"This reader provides a clear and exciting introduction to main themes in the last several decades of research on women, gender, and science. The editors create a safe space for students to explore the most controversial issues facing sciences and societies today. The editorial essays review and clarify complex issues for students in the sciences as well as in other fields. This is a fine teaching collection."
--Sandra Harding, Professor of,Education and Women's Studies, UCLA
"Here comes a fine introduction to feminist studies in science and technology . . . .Rich in case studies and theoretical analyses, with helpful contextualizing essays by the editors, it will be an excellent text for use in both Women's Studies and Science Studies courses."
--Helen E. Longino, Professor of Women's Studies and Philosophy, University of Minnesota
"This volume brings together new and classic essays in feminist, studies. The introductory essays provide a wonderful perspective on the challenges of doing work in this field which will be invaluable to both students and teachers."
--Eveiynn M. Hammonds, Associate Professor of the History of Science, MIT