Here's the second thing (here's the first thing) I thought about on my way to Boston: "Research is me-search." Interpretations of this phrase probably vary, but I've usually thought that in my case, it wouldn't really apply: I have such limited personal connections to war. But then again, sometimes I "me-search" in the sense that … Continue reading Mesearch
This post reports on two pieces of writing about women in research, and one piece of original, exploratory, research. --- The first piece of writing is by Alice Eagly and grad student David Miller; called Where Are the Women?; in a special section of Perspectives on "Scholarly Eminence"; the only article by a woman in this 9-article special section. It … Continue reading Where are the women (going)?
First of all, I feel pissed off that I'm taking the time to write this article. Then I remember that it might do some good*. So, I sigh, and carry on. Last week I read Down Among the Women, by Fay Weldon. I had never read anything by her before, and it blew. me. away. It's a book about … Continue reading How I Feel as a Woman in Academia