Lady Science is a monthly magazine that addresses the history of women in science and other topics relating to gender and science. The magazine’s editors-in-chief, Anna Reser and Leila McNeill, both hold master’s degrees in the history of science from the University of Oklahoma. The magazine features contributions from doctoral students and independent scholars, and academics from a variety of fields, including history of science, English, and art.
Each issue features two critical essays that share a central theme. Recent issues have addressed the intersections of disability and gender, literary portrayals of female scientists, and an exploration of gender, the modern kitchen, and food at the dawn of the Cold War. Readers will also find a blog here, along with recommended reads and television shows relating to women in science. [MMB]
This review originally published in The Internet Scout.