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  Volume 30, Number 1, 2009

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Knowledge That Matters: Feminist Epistemology, Methodology, and Science Studies

Guest Editors: Nancy D. Campbell and Mary Margaret Fonow

Foreword

pp. ix-x
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Introduction: Introducing Knowledge That Matters

pp. xi-xix
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Reconstructing Science and Technology Studies: Views from Feminist Standpoint Theory

pp. 1-29
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Off the Straight and Narrow: An Interpretive and Intersectional Reframing of Social Reproduction in International Political Economy

Interactive and Intersectional Analytics of Globalization

pp. 31-40
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Affect, Race, and Class: An Interpretive Reading of Caring Labor

pp. 41-54
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An Interpretive Analytics to Move Caring Labor Off the Straight Path

pp. 55-64
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Shifting Viewpoints/Shifting Meanings in the Work of Four Women Artists

Curator’s Statement: Double X

pp. 65-67
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Handmade Petrified Wood

pp. 68-72
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Off Course

pp. 73-77
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Artist’s Statement

pp. 78-82
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Artist’s Statement

pp. 83-87
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Ignorance, Power, and Knowledge

Engineering Ignorance: The Problem of Gender Equity in Engineering

pp. 89-106
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Double-Bound: Putting the Power Back into Participatory Research

pp. 107-137
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Étude (on Karma), and: Deborah's Story

pp. 138-141
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Malthusian Men and Demographic Transitions: A Case Study of Hegemonic Masculinity in Mid-Twentieth-Century Population Theory

pp. 142-171
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Making Strange: Deconstruction and Feminist Standpoint Theory

pp. 172-193
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Flotation Device, and: A Version of Her Suicide: in the North of Ireland

pp. 194-195
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Author Meets the Critics

“Engaging the Real is Not What it Used to Be”: On Patti Lather’s Getting Lost on the Way to “a Less Comfortable Social Science”

pp. 197-203
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Deconstruction and the Problematics of Social Engagement: Fertile Tensions

pp. 204-211
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Getting Lost and Found and Lost and Found and Lost Again with Patti Lather

pp. 212-221
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Getting Lost: Feminist Efforts toward a Double(d) Science

pp. 222-230
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Feminist Currents

pp. 231-235
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Contributors

pp. 236-242
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Research Areas

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