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written by Pamela Davis Kivelson
This site combines science and art to challenge stereotypes, promote scientific literacy, and encourage women and girls to do math and physical science. The site presents 36 posters showing women working in various technical fields and also provides background information on each of the women featured. This site is one of the SciArt projects of Pamela Davis Kivelson.
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© 2001 Pamela Davis Kivelson
female, phyiscs in art , stereotype, women
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Metadata instance created December 29, 2006 by Ann Deml
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