Qual foi o impacto do feminismo na ciência?

Autores

  • Evelyn Fox Keller Massachussets Institute of Technology

Palavras-chave:

Gênero. Ciência. Crítica Feminista da Ciência

Resumo

Neste artigo, quero fazer a afirmação provocadora de que há algumas maneiras em que mudamos a ciência, mesmo que, uma vez mais, não exatamente da maneira ampla que algumas de nós imagináramos. Para fundamentar essa afirmação, arrolarei algumas mudanças – todas elas na biologia, e todas em óbvia simpatia com os objetivos feministas, mudanças que tiveram lugar tanto com o maior acesso das mulheres à ciência quanto com o surgimento da crítica feminista da ciência.

Abstract

In this article I want to make the provocative claim that there are some ways in which we did change science, even if, once again, not quite in the sweeping ways some of us had envisioned. To support this claim, I will list a number of shifts - all of them in biology, and all of them in obvious sympathy with feminist goals, that took place roughly contemporaneous both with the influx of women in science and the emergence of a feminist critique of science.

Key Words: Gender. Science. Feminist Critique of Science

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Biografia do Autor

Evelyn Fox Keller, Massachussets Institute of Technology

Evelyn Fox Keller (born March 20, 1936) is an American physicist, author[3] and feminist. She is currently Professor Emerita of History and Philosophy of Science at theMassachusetts Institute of Technology.[4] Keller's early work concentrated at the intersection of physics and biology. Her subsequent research has focused on the history and philosophy of modern biology and on gender and science

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2016-04-05

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KELLER, E. F. Qual foi o impacto do feminismo na ciência?. Cadernos Pagu, Campinas, SP, n. 27, p. 13–14, 2016. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/cadpagu/article/view/8644756. Acesso em: 8 dez. 2021.