Special issue of Frontiers on Feminist Epistemology, Methodology and Science/Technology Studies
We seek interdisciplinary scholarship on the topic of feminist epistemology, methodology, and science and technology studies that address any of the following questions:
1. How do we do science responsibly after the feminist critique of science?
2. Can science serve social justice in ways that expand democratic participation and empowerment?
3. How do formations of class, gender, race and ethnicity, sexuality, and differences unspecified determine the social structure of technology and science, the questions considered relevant within it, and the outcomes that emerge from it?
4. What are some promising new or emerging methodological strategies that can help us better understand how science and technology construct subjects?
5.How can we build more sustained relationships between science and technology studies and women and gender studies?
Submissions can be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or on disc according to submission guidelines at http://www.asu.edu/clas/history/frontiers/submit.html. Authors’ names should not appear on the manuscript; please list contact information separately.
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