Connections

Publications by Donna M. Hughes

Women, Science, and Technology

 
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Women, Science, and the Women's Movement," in Sisterhood Is Forever: The Women's Anthology for a New Millennium, 2003. (35 KB DOC)

orange_arrow.gif (100 bytes) The Curriculum in Context: Campus Networks and Change, (WORD DOC 89KB) Women and Scientific Literacy, Association of American Colleges and Universities, 2001 (Co-authors: Karen Stein, Lisa Harlow, Lynne Derbyshire, Helen Mederer, Donna Bickford, Joan Peckham, Mercedes Rivero-Hudec, Faye Boudreaux-Bartels, and Bette Erickson)

orange_arrow.gif (100 bytes) Scientific, Feminist and Personal Epistemologies: Conflicts and Opportunities, Building Inclusive Science - Connecting Women’s Studies and Women in Science and Engineering, Women's Studies Quarterly, Spring/Summer 2000, pp. 305-312

"Significant differences: The construction of knowledge, objectivity and dominance" Women’s Studies International Forum, 1995: Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 396-406.

(Also, see publications on the Internet under Violence, Slavery, and Sexual Exploitation)