Race and Gender in Science Studies

Books appearing in this series will make substantive contributions to ongoing debates within science studies about how gender and race can be used as analytical categories to explore issues such as: the evolution of diverse cognitive styles, practices, notions of technique and skill within different scientific fields, institutions, and national cultures; the development of specific professional scientific cultures and institutions; the privileging of certain forms of consensus and cognitive authority within the sciences; and lastly, the influence of state policies on the modern scientific enterprise.

This series is closed.

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Science and Social Inequality

Feminist and Postcolonial Issues

Author: Sandra Harding
Pub Date: March 2006

Rethinking the ways modern science encodes destructive political philosophies   learn more...