Finding science in surprising places : gender and the geography of scientific knowledge - Introduction to 'Beyond the academy : histories of gender and knowledge'

@article{Oertzen2013FindingSI,
  title={Finding science in surprising places : gender and the geography of scientific knowledge - Introduction to 'Beyond the academy : histories of gender and knowledge'},
  author={Christine von Oertzen and Maria Rentetzi and E. Watkins},
  journal={Centaurus},
  year={2013},
  volume={55},
  pages={73-80}
}
The essays in this special issue of Centaurus examine overlooked agents and sites of knowledge production beyond the academy and venues of industry- and government-sponsored research. By using gender as a category of analysis, they uncover scientific practices taking place in locations such as the kitchen, the nursery, and the storefront. Because of historical gendered patterns of exclusion and culturally derived sensibilities, the authors in this volume find that significant contributions to… Expand

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