In this book Hilary Rose develops new terms for thinking about science and feminism, locating the feminist criticism of science as both integral to the feminist movement and to the radical science movement.
Hilary Rose is Professor of Social Policy and Director of the West Yorkshire Centre for Research on Women at the University of Bradford.
Prologue. 1. Introduction: Is a Feminist Science Possible?. 2. Thinking From Caring:. Feminism's Construction of a Responsible Rationality. 3. Feminism and the Academy:. Success and Incorporation. 4. Listening to Each Other:. Feminist Voices in the Theory of Scientific Knowledge. 5. Gender at Work in the Production System of Science. 6. Joining the Procession:. (Man)aging the Entry of Women into the Royal Society. 7. Nine Decades, Nine Women, Ten Nobel Prizes:. Gender Politics at the Apex of Science. 8. Feminism and the Genetic Turn: . Challenging Reproductive Technoscience. 9. Dreaming the Future:. Other Wor(l)ds. Epilogue: Womens Work is Never Done. Bibliography. Index.