Lady Science no. 47

Lady Science no. 47

The Work of Art in the Age of Xerox Reproduction by Erica Eisen 

Deerly Held Beliefs: Feminist Biology and White-Tailed Deer Population Control by Katilin Stack Whitney

In this issue, Erica Eisen writes about the women artists of the xerox art movement, which disrupted traditional narratives about the role of women in technological and artistic development. Kaitlin Stack Whitney explores how feminist theory can be applied to wildlife biology in order to better address population control measure of white-tailed deer. 


This issue is published in syndication with The New Inquiry. 

Banner Image | Xerox Art via Deviant Art | Creative Commons

Lady Science no. 46

Lady Science no. 46