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Women scientists -- 19th century

Subverting the Natural Order

During the nineteenth century, women played an important role in creating works of scientific communication despite their exclusion from the professional world of science. Maria Edgeworth and Sarah Trimmer wrote key texts about scientific methodology, as did a number of lesser-known women (including several who published anonymously.) This online exhibit from the George A. Smathers Library at the...