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Title The "Racial" economy of science : toward a democratic future / edited by Sandra Harding.
Imprint Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1993.

Series Race, gender, and science
Race, gender, and science.
Subject Science -- Social aspects.
Science -- Political aspects.
Science -- History.
Minorities in science -- History.
Women in science -- History.
Anthropology, Cultural.
Science -- history.
Minority Groups -- history.
Women -- history.
Alt Name Harding, Sandra G.
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 526 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: Eurocentric scientific illiteracy--a challenge for the world community / S. Harding -- Poverties and triumphs of the Chinese scientific tradition / J. Needham -- Black Athena : hostilities to Egypt in the Eighteenth Century / M. Bernal -- Early Andean experimental agriculture / J. Weatherford -- American polygeny and craniometry before Darwin : blacks and indians as separate, inferior species / S.J. Gould -- Racial classifications : popular and scientific / G.A. Marshall -- The study of race / S.L. Washburn -- On the nonexistence of human races / F.B. Livingstone -- IQ : the rank ordering of the world / R.C. Lewontin, S. Rose, and L.J. Kamin -- The health of black folk : disease, class, and ideology in science / N. Krieger and M. Bassett -- Appropriating the idioms of science : the rejection of scientific racism / N.L. Stepan and S.L. Gilman -- Aesculapius was a white man : race and the cult of true womanhood / R.T. Takaki -- Co-laborers in the work of the Lord / D.C. Hine -- Ernest Everett Just / K.R. Manning.
Never meant to survive : a black woman's journey--an interview with Evelynn Hammonds / A. Sands -- Increasing the participation of black women in science and technology / S. Malcom -- Without more minorities, women, disabled, U.S. Scientific failure certain, fed study says / E.M. O'Brien -- Modern science and the periphery : the characteristics of dependent knowledge / S. Goonatilake -- The Tuskegee syphilis experiment : "a moral astigmatism" / J. Jones -- Calling the shots? The international politics of depo-provera / P. Bunkle -- Colonialism and the evolution of masculinist forestry / V. Shiva -- Applied biology in the Third World : the struggle for revolutionary science / R. Levins and R. Lewontin -- Environmental racism / K. Grossman -- Methods and values in science / National Academy of Sciences -- Nazi medicine and the politics of knowledge / R. Proctor -- Race and gender : the role of analogy in science / N.L. Stepan -- The bio-politics of a multicultural field / D. Haraway -- Cultural differences in high-energy physics: contrasts between Japan and the United States / S. Traweek.
The "relevance" of anthropology to colonialism and imperialism / J. Stauder -- Science and democracy : a fundamental correlation / J. Needham -- People's science / B. Zimmerman et al. -- Science and black people / Editorial, The Black Scholar -- Science, technology and black community development / R.C. Johnson -- Towards a democratic strategy for science : the new politics of science / D. Dickson -- Modern science in crisis: a Third World response / Third World Network.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
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English.
Summary Contains primary source material.
ISBN 9780253115539
0253115531
0585025509 (electronic bk.)
9780585025506 (electronic bk.)
0253326931
0253208106 (pbk.)
9780253326935 (cloth ; alk. paper)
9780253208101 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 42854274
Additional Format Print version: Racial" economy of science. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1993 0253326931 (DLC) 92031286 (OCoLC)26724115
Table of Contents
 Preface 
 Introduction: Eurocentric Scientific Illiteracy - A Challenge for the World Community / Sandra Harding1
IEarly Non-Western Scientific Traditions 
  Poverties and Triumphs of the Chinese Scientific Tradition / Joseph Needham30
  Black Athena: Hostilities to Egypt in the Eighteenth Century / Martin Bernal47
  Early Andean Experimental Agriculture / Jack Weatherford64
IIScience Constructs "Race" 
  American Polygeny and Craniometry before Darwin: Blacks and Indians as Separate, Inferior Species / Stephen Jay Gould84
  Racial Classifications: Popular and Scientific / Gloria A. Marshall116
  The Study of Race / S. L. Washburn128
  On the Nonexistence of Human Races / Frank B. Livingstone133
  IQ: The Rank Ordering of the World / R. C. Lewontin, Steven Rose, Leon J. Kamin142
  The Health of Black Folk: Disease, Class, and Ideology in Science / Nancy Krieger, Mary Bassett161
  Appropriating the Idioms of Science: The Rejection of Scientific Racism / Nancy Leys Stepan, Sander L. Gilman170
IIIWho Gets to Do Science? 
  Aesculapius Was a White Man: Race and the Cult of True Womanhood / Ronald T. Takaki201
  Co-Laborers in the Work of the Lord: Nineteenth-Century Black Women Physicians / Darlene Clark Hine210
  Ernest Everett Just: The Role of Foundation Support for Black Scientists 1920-1929 / Kenneth R. Manning228
  Never Meant to Survive: A Black Woman's Journey - An Interview with Evelynn Hammonds / Aimee Sands239
  Increasing the Participation of Black Women in Science and Technology / Shirley Malcom249
  Without More Minorities, Women, Disabled, U.S. Scientific Failure Certain, Fed Study Says / Eileen M. O'Brien254
  Modern Science and the Periphery: The Characteristics of Dependent Knowledge / Susantha Goonatilake259
IVScience's Technologies and Applications 
  The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment: "A Moral Astigmatism" / James Jones275
  Calling the Shots? The International Politics of Depo-Provera / Phillida Bunkle287
  Colonialism and the Evolution of Masculinist Forestry / Vandana Shiva303
  Applied Biology in the Third World: The Struggle for Revolutionary Science / Richard Levins, Richard Lewontin315
  Environmental Racism / Karl Grossman326
VObjectivity, Method, and Nature: Value Neutral? 
  Methods and Values in Science National Academy of Sciences341
  Nazi Medicine and the Politics of Knowledge / Robert Proctor344
  Race and Gender: The Role of Analogy in Science / Nancy Leys Stepan359
  The Bio-politics of a Multicultural Field / Donna Haraway377
  Cultural Differences in High-Energy Physics: Contrasts between Japan and the United States / Sharon Traweek398
  The "Relevance" of Anthropology to Colonialism and Imperialism / Jack Stauder408
VIThe Future: Toward a Democratic Strategy for World Sciences 
  Science and Democracy: A Fundamental Correlation / Joseph Needham434
  People's Science / Bill Zimmerman et al.440
  Science and Black People: Editorial The Black Scholar456
  Science, Technology and Black Community Development / Robert C. Johnson458
  Towards a Democratic Strategy for Science: The New Politics of Science / David Dickson472
  Modern Science in Crisis: A Third World Response Third World Network484
 Name Index519


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