Feminists and Science Volume-II


Critiques and Changing Perspectives in India


Feminists and Science, volume 2, critiques the relationship between science, gender and patriarchies in the Indian context from multi-disciplinary perspective. This volume addresses the complexity of local knowledge and the politics of knowledge-making, interrogates how creativity and the practices of science are gendered, explores the methodologies of doing science differently and moves towards a more inclusive pedagogy. It draws upon the experience of how science and technology have impacted Indian women, going beyond the problems of women scientists in institutions, and offers a pioneering contribution to both science and women’s studies.

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Ed. Sumi Krishna and Gita Chadha

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