Lady Science no. 36: Looking for Life and Understanding Death

Lady Science no. 36: Looking for Life and Understanding Death

Life and Death in Dioramas by Hillary Moses Mohaupt

Toward a Feminist Astrobiology by Anna Reser 

In this issue, guest writers Hillary Moses Mohaupt explores the life of Frances Glessner Lee and her hand-crafted crime scene dioramas. Anna shows how feminist theory can and should be applied to the seemingly objective field of astrobiology. 


This issue is published in syndication with The New Inquiry

*Banner image | Frances Glessner Lee and one of her dioramas featured in the Saturday Evening Post, December 10, 1949. Courtesy of Glessner House Museum.

Lady Science no. 35: Gender, Disability, and Discrimination in the Sciences

Lady Science no. 35: Gender, Disability, and Discrimination in the Sciences