International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology

GST focuses on gender issues in and of science and technology, including engineering, construction and the built environment, and aims to explore the intersections of policy, practice and research.

Announcements

 

INVITATION TO SUBMIT: Special Issue: Gendered Career Trajectories

 

The Special Issue invites papers that explore the following:

- Are there new masculinities developing in academia?

- In which ways is the academic culture changing from a traditional hegemonic masculinity to new masculinities?

-In what ways has and is gender being inscribed or embedded in the construction of academic excellence?

- What is the role of dominant men’s networks in top positions in academia?

- How is tacit knowledge exchanged within academic organizations and are these gendered?

- Is there evidence of a generational shift in how younger scientists (male as well as female) wish to do science?

 Extended deadline for submission of papers: 30th November

For questions contact the Guest Editors - Kate White and Felizitas Sagebiel : sagebiel@uni-wuppertal.de and kate.white@federation.edu.au

 
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NEWS: New Issue July 2016 - online now!

 
New issue of GST just published  
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Vol 8, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Clem Herman
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157-159

Research and theoretical papers

Wendy M. DuBow, Catherine Ashcraft
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160-180
Milagros Sainz, Julio Meneses, Sergi Fabregues, Beatriz Lopez
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181-201
Heather Mendick, Kim Allen, Laura Harvey
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202-220
Danielle Lindemann, Dana Britton, Elaine Zundl
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221-241
Jessica Greene, Geraldine Richmond
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242-257
Jyoti Sharma, Sunita Dhal
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258-278
Kunsiri Chaw Grubbs, Samuel J. Grubbs
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279-299

Case Studies

Edgar Fuller, Jessica Deshler, Marjorie Darrah
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300-309

Reviews

Review of ‘Gender in Science and Technology Interdisciplinary Approaches’ edited by Waltraud Ernst & Ilona Horwath
Marie Larsson
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310-312
Review of The Silent Sex: Gender, Deliberation, and Institutions by Christopher F. Karpowitz and Tali Mendelberg
Carol Colatrella
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313-316