Why Science is Sexist

I haven’t written anything here for quite a while. But I have been writing.

I’ve been writing about unconscious bias, and how the way in which we see ourselves affects not only our feelings, but our actions. I’ve been writing about the science of why science is sexist, but not as a scientist with that specific research expertise: rather as a scientist, and a person, who is the subject (or is that the object?) of that research.

The paperback is due out on the 9th of November: you can preorder here, or you can wait for the ebook.

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Thanks to the lovely people at Bridget Williams Books – in particular, Tom Rennie and Geoff Walker – and to everyone else, in particular students and colleagues, who have encouraged me to keep this conversation going. It’s been lovely to realise that there are so many people who do care, and that meaningful change might actually be within our collective capabilities.

thankyou

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