Spanning the ancient period to the present day, this richly illustrated book seeks to redress the balance, with over 20 essays exploring how women have created space for themselves in science, technology, medicine, mathematics, theology and more.
Including feature biographies on both famous women in the history of science and lesser-known figures, this book investigates the ways that women from different backgrounds and time periods have navigated a male-dominated scientific culture - showing themselves to be pioneers and trailblazers, often without any recognition at all.
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 272
Dimensions: 230 x 170 mm
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