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Rare Invaders: A BIT of Girls Coming to Tech (MIT Press BITS)

Rare Invaders A BIT of Girls Coming to Tech MIT Press BITS Engineering education in the United States was long regarded as masculine territory In this BIT Amy Bix describes how a few women breached the gender reinforced boundaries of engineering education be

  • Title: Rare Invaders: A BIT of Girls Coming to Tech (MIT Press BITS)
  • Author: Amy Sue Bix
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Engineering education in the United States was long regarded as masculine territory In this BIT, Amy Bix describes how a few women breached the gender reinforced boundaries of engineering education before World War II They were a rare group of women who simply worked their way into engineering, through observation, persistence, and the happenstance of being in the rightEngineering education in the United States was long regarded as masculine territory In this BIT, Amy Bix describes how a few women breached the gender reinforced boundaries of engineering education before World War II They were a rare group of women who simply worked their way into engineering, through observation, persistence, and the happenstance of being in the right place at the right time.

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    1. I will qualify this review by saying the BITS article seems to be an excerpt from a larger work, and the content I felt was missing may have been present in the original work.The article did a lovely job of identifying individual women who attended school for, and in many cases achieved success in, engineering fields in roughly the half century leading up to WWII.I felt like there was more work to be done in analyzing the institutional and social resistance to the introduction pf women into trad [...]


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