Some papers about gender and science

 

Resting in the Gobi desert, Mongolia

 

 

 

(2004b).  “Virtue and Contingent History: Possibilities for Feminist Epistemology,” Hypatia 19 [Special Issue: Feminism and Science, Lynn Hankinson-Nelson and Alison Wylie, co-editors]: 73-101. (Written in the late 90s, then subject to super slow motion rejection by several “mainstream” journals before Lynn and Alison gave it a home.) 

 

            (2002a).  (with Rebecca Kukla), “Contingent Natures and Virtuous Knowers:  Could Epistemology be 'Gendered'?” Canadian Journal of Philosophy 32: 389-418.  (Google scholar Rebecca for links to her related solo work!)