Sobre convenções em torno de argumentos de autoridade Conventions on authority claims
Author(s)Maria Margaret Lopes
KeywordsHistória das Ciências
Gênero em ciências
Estudos feministas das ciências
History of science
Gender Inside Science
Feminist Science Studies
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AbstractPartindo de um recorte de leituras do campo disciplinar de História das Ciências, este artigo reúne flashes da construção e da diversificação das áreas de estudos identificadas como gênero e ciência, gênero em ciências, estudos feministas das ciências, para problematizar a importância de se considerar a historicidade desses estudos de gênero e suas contribuições e limitações para reflexões críticas sobre a construção das ciências.<br>By means of readings of the disciplinary field of History of Science, this paper presents "flashes" of the construction and diversification of areas of studies identified as gender and science, gender in science and feminist studies of science, to problematize the importance of considering the historicity of these gender studies and their contributions and limitations in the critical appraisal of the contruction of sciences.
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