No. 19: Science and Feminism in the Anthropocene

No. 19: Science and Feminism in the Anthropocene

Anthropos-cene by Leila A. McNeill

Calving, Cores, and Controversy by Anna Reser

This month we examine the application of feminist thought to recent science investigating the role of humans in global change. Leila interrogates the concept of the "anthropocene" through the lens of feminist and intersectional theory. Anna writes about the lessons to be learned from the recent "feminist glaciology" controversy. 


*Banner image Glaciers at Cape York via Wikimedia Commons

No. 20: Representations of Women Scientists in Literature

No. 20: Representations of Women Scientists in Literature

No. 18: Science at the Fringe: Gender and the Paranormal

No. 18: Science at the Fringe: Gender and the Paranormal