Women in sciences and philosophy

I’ve had a number of really interesting conversations with Athene Donald, who’s done a lot of important work on women in the sciences. These conversations have led to her doing a blog post on women in philosophy, but also appealing for more information regarding sexual harassment in the sciences. I’m very interested to see what emerges.

One thought on “Women in sciences and philosophy

  1. the issues seem si ilar to those that finally led to the Royal Commmission into child abuse-.bureaucratic inertia,vigorous staff defences of perpetrators and administratvie cavein to those pressures.The external culture changing sets off the other forces maybe.?

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