Lady Science no. 43

Lady Science no. 43

New Zealand’s Dragon Lady of Paleontology by Nathan Kapoor 

Kate Sheppard and the Science of Suffrage in New Zealand by Kate Sheppard 

(Pro)Creating Science: The Parenting Metaphor, Gender, and Scientific Memory by Sam Muka 

In this issue, guest writer Nathan Kapoor and contributing editor Kate Sheppard write about two women in science from New Zealand, paleontologist Joan Wiffen and suffragist Kate Sheppard. Sam Muka takes a linguistic turn and looks at reproduction and parenting metaphors and how they have been applied differently to men and women across the sciences. 


This issue is published in syndication with The New Inquiry

*Banner image | Chapman's map of the Middle [South] Island, c.1860-1869 via Archives of New Zealand

Lady Science no. 44

Lady Science no. 44

Lady Science no. 42

Lady Science no. 42