A brief history of science writing, the rise of the female voice

Three centuries ago, when modern science was in its infancy, the gender disparity in education was not a gap but an abyss: few girls had any decent schooling at all.

The emerging new science was clearly a male enterprise.

But it arose from a sense of curiosity, and women, too, are curious. If you look closely enough, it’s clear women played an important role, as both readers and authors, in the history of science writing.

Read the full article here: https://theconversation.com/a-brief-history-of-science-writing-shows-the-rise-of-the-female-voice-112701

Courtesy to: The Conversation website published on  March 21, 2019

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