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So, last week I posted the Week 4 Joy of Science reading summaries and since then…nothing. No JoS discussion posts. What’s up with that? I’d say procrastination, but then you’d ask, “why?” I seem to be having an extraordinarily difficult time writing up my discussion of these readings; I know some of the reasons why,…

Welcome to Week 4 of our course on “Feminist Theory and the Joy of Science”. This post will be a presentation of the summaries for each of this week’s assigned readings. If you were not able to do the readings or couldn’t get access to the books, I hope this post will give you a…

Yeah, so I promised you the reading summaries for today, and they aren’t ready. What’s my excuse? I haven’t had that many migraines in the past week, only two. Oh, I’ve been playing in the garden, and I went on a garden tour on Saturday instead of working on the readings all day, and blah…

Next Joy of Science Installment

Hey, I bet you thought I forgot all about this course, didn’t you???? No, I didn’t! Just lots of stuff going on in the personal life that has made it difficult for me to give the attention needed to the next set of readings, which are very….dense. However, now I’m ready to go! Let’s say…

Experiences of International Women

This is the third of several discussion posts for Week 3 of Feminist Theory and the Joy of Science. You can find all posts for this course by going to the archives and clicking on Joy of Science in the Category section. This post deals with the readings by Subramaniam and by Margolis, Fisher, &…

Passionate Reason and Pseudo-Passion

This is the second of several discussion posts for Week 3 of Feminist Theory and the Joy of Science. You can find all posts for this course by going to the archives and clicking on Joy of Science in the Category section. This post deals with the readings by Margolis, Fisher, & Miller (MFM), and…

This is the first of several discussion posts for Week 3 of Feminist Theory and the Joy of Science. You can find all posts for this course by going to the archives and clicking on Joy of Science in the Category section. This post deals with the readings by Margolis, Fisher, & Miller (MFM), and…

Joy of Science Week 3 Reading Summaries

Welcome to Week 3 of our course on “Feminist Theory and the Joy of Science”. This post will be a presentation of the summaries for each of this week’s assigned readings. If you were not able to do the readings or couldn’t get access to the books, I hope this post will give you a…

So, a million years ago, before my blogging break, I had begun the Joy of Science class. I never did post my third discussion entry for the second week of class…I think it is a lost cause at this point. We’ll just skip over that and move on to the third week of class. Why…

This is the second of three discussion posts for Week 2 of Feminist Theory and the Joy of Science. You can find all posts for this course by going to the archives and clicking on Joy of Science under in the Category section. This post deals with the reading by Fox.