restricted access   Volume 16, Number 1, Spring 2004

Table of Contents

From: NWSA Journal

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Special Issue: (Re)Gendering Science Fields


pp. vi-vii

(Re)Gendering Science Fields: Transforming Academic Science and Engineering

pp. viii-xii


Sustaining Gains: Reflections on Women in Science and Technology in 20th-Century United States

pp. 1-26

From "Engineeresses" to "Girl Engineers" to "Good Engineers": A History of Women's U.S. Engineering Education

pp. 27-49

Using POWRE to ADVANCE: Institutional Barriers Identified by Women Scientists and Engineers

pp. 50-78

Telling Stories About Engineering: Group Dynamics and Resistance to Diversity

pp. 79-95

African American Women in Science: Experiences from High School through the Post-Secondary Years and Beyond

pp. 96-115

African Women Pursuing Graduate Studies in the Sciences: Racism, Gender Bias, and Third World Marginality

pp. 116-135

Feminism and Science: Mechanism Without Reductionism

pp. 136-156


Breaking into the Guildmasters' Club: What We Know About Women Science and Engineering Department Chairs at AAU Universities

pp. 157-171

The Story Is Not in the Numbers: Academic Socialization and Diversifying the Faculty

pp. 172-185

Gender Equity in Industrial Engineering: A Pilot Study

pp. 186-193

Creating Status of Women Reports: Institutional Housekeeping as "Women's Work"

pp. 194-206

Beyond Gender Schemas: Improving the Advancement of Women in Academia

pp. 207-220

Books Reviews

Give This Book to a Chemistry Professor?

pp. 221-233

Beyond Epistemology: A Pragmatist Approach to Feminist Science Studies (review)

pp. 233-235

Call for Papers

Call for Papers

p. 236