Editor's Note

Sex and The Body: Taylor and Francis UK.
Copyright © 1994 from “Sex and the Body,” Beyond the Natural Body: An Archaeology of Sex Hormones, by Nelly Oudshoorn Reproduced by permission of Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, a division of Informa plc. Pgs 6-11.

Women in Sciences, Copyright © Women in Sciences, WAMC Northeast Public Radio
Women in Sciences, Copyright © Women in Sciences, WAMC Northeast Public Radio
Women in Sciences, Copyright © Women in Sciences, WAMC Northeast Public Radio
Women in Sciences, Copyright © Women in Sciences, WAMC Northeast Public Radio

Situated Knowledges, Donna Haraway
 Copyright © 1988 “Feminist Studies” Situated Knowledges, by Donna Haraway, Vol. 14, No. 3. Autumn edition. Pp. 575- 599.

The Social Construction of Gender by Judith Lorber, Yale University Press.
Copyright © 1994 from “The Social Construction of Gender” Paradoxes of Gender, by Judith Lorber, Reproduced by permission of Yale University Press. Pgs 141-144

Two Sexes Are Not Enough, Anne Fausto Sterling, The Perseus Books Group.
Copyright © 2000 from “Two Sexes are Not Enough” Sexing The Body, by Anne Fausto-Sterling, Reproduced by permission of Basic Books a member of Perseus Books Group LLC, pgs 139-141.

The Egg and the Sperm, University of Chicago Press.
Copyright © 1991 from “The Egg and the Sperm: How Science Has Constructed a Romance Based on Stereotypical Male-Female Roles,” by Emily Martin Reproduced by permission of SIGNS, Martin and The University of Chicago Press. Brief Excerpt.

Making Machines Talk: Gendered Innovations.
Copyright © 2011 from “Gendered Innovations,” Making Machines Talk, Reproduced by permission of Gendered Innovations Stanford University.
http://genderedinnovations.stanford.edu/case-studies/machines.html#tabs-2

Animal Research: Gendered Innovations.
Copyright ©2011 from “Gendered Innovations,” Animal Research, Reproduced by permission of Gendered Innovations Stanford University.
http://genderedinnovations.stanford.edu/case-studies/animals.html#tabs-2

Stem Cells: Gendered Innovations.
Copyright © 2011 from “Gendered Innovations,” Stem Cells: Analyzing Sex, Reproduced by permission of Gendered Innovations Stanford University.
http://genderedinnovations.stanford.edu/case-studies/stem_cells.html

The Biological Connection: Anne Fausto Sterling, The Perseus Books Group.
Copyright © 1985 from “The Biological Connections,” Myths of Gender, by Anne Fausto-Sterling, Reproduced by permission of Basic Books a member of Perseus Books Group LLC, pgs 8-10.

Magic, Charlotte Sheedy Literature.
Copyright © 1976 from “Magic,” Woman’s Body, Woman’s Right, by Linda Gordon, Reproduced by permission of Charlotte Sheedy Literature, pgs 29-33.