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.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 2.00(d)|
About the Author
Maralee Mayberry is a Professor of Sociology and Women's Studies at the University of Nevada, and co-editor of Meeting the Challenge: Innovative Feminist Pedagogies in Practice (Routledge). Banu Subramaniam is an Assistant Research Professor of Women's Studies and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Arizona. Lisa H. Weasel is an Assistant Professor of Biology at Portland State University.
Table of ContentsAdventures Across Natures and Cultures An Introduction Maralee Mayberry, Banu Subramaniam, Lisa Weasel (Un)Disciplined Identities Forging Knowledge Across Borders 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 Scientist in Women's Studies Ingrid Bartsch From Biologist to Sociologist: Blurred Boundaries and Shared Practices Jen Clarke Through the Lens of an Insider-Outsider: Gender, Race and (Self-)representation in Science Caroline Joan 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 Altered States Transforming Disciplines from Within Over the Edge: Developing Feminist Frameworks in the Science and Women's Studies Mary Wyer More than Metaphor Donna Haraway, with Thyrza Nichols Goodleve Toward a Feeling for the Organism Elizabeth Henry When the Mirror Looks Back: Nature in the Scholarship 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 Cabre Just Beneath the Surface: Rereading Geology, Rescripting the Knowledge/Power Nexus Jaime Philips and KateHausbeck Stories from the Field: Implementing Feminist Science Studies in the Academy 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 Lisa H. Weasel, Melissa Honrado, and Debbie P. Bautista What about Biology? Building Sciences into Introductory Women's Studies Curricula Rebecca M. Herzig Life, Sex and Cells Sharon Kinsman Working at the Limen: Repositioning Authority in Science and Art Caroline Joan S. Picart From Teaching to Learning: A Course on Women, Gender, and Science Haydee Salmun Scientific Literacy- Agential Literacy = (Learning and Doing): Science Responsibly Karen Barad Destination Reintegrating Science, Community, and Activism 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 Activism 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 Model for Feminist Community Science in Action Lisa A. Weasel Feminist Science Studies, Objectivity, and the Politics of Vision Valerie Kuletz Notes on Contributors Index