Lady Science no. 48
In this issue, Allison Meier writes about the women who popularized ornithology for the public and created the foundation of the bird conservation movement. Emma Pask shows that Victorian evolutionary science and moral judgments continue the shape how we see women’s individuality and responsibility when it comes to pregnancy.
This issue is published in syndication with The New Inquiry.
Banner image | “The woman behind the gun,” Puck, 1911 via Library of Congress