By D. Lemery, J. Santolaya-Forgas

Univ. of Illinois, Chicago. sensible advisor answering universal questions relating to concepts, know-how, and systems. For clinicians and citizens in obstetrics, gynecology, and ultrasonography. Halftone illustrations. DNLM: Ultrasonography, Prenatal--methods.

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Feminist biologist Anne Fausto-Sterling recounts the history of the term in the following way: Feminists argued that although men’s and women’s bodies serve different reproductive functions, few other sex differences come with the territory, unchangeable by life’s vicissitudes. If girls couldn’t learn math as easily, the problem wasn’t built into their brains. The difficulty resulted from gender norms – different expectations and opportunities for boys and girls. Having a penis, rather than a vagina is a sex difference.

She argues for ecological thinking as a more dynamic view of situated knowledge that is a means for achieving better knowledge acquisition in medicine and the sciences. Throughout Code’s work she utilises literature, legal cases, medicine, science and the everyday life to develop case examples for her arguments. Code is also the author of What Can She Know? Feminist Theory and the Construction of Knowledge (1991) and Rhetorical Spaces: Essays on Gendered Locations (1995). See feminist epistemology; feminist science studies; situated knowledge Collins, Patricia Hill: Black feminist sociologist specialising in race and gender theory and popular culture.

FEMINIST PHILOSOPHIES A–Z 17 philosophy, women and especially feminists have a difficult time getting included in the canon. A series of texts, Rereading the Canon, was developed to provide a critique of the canon and to call into question the very idea of a canon. Margaret Atherton’s Women Philosophers in the Early Modern Period (1994) and Mary Ellen Waithe’s series History of Women Philosophers (2003) both provide readings from female philosophers that have been kept out of the canon. Card, Claudia: white US feminist philosopher specialising in social and political philosophy and lesbian theory.

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