Enlightened Female Networks: Gendered Ways of Producing Knowledge (1720-1830)
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Maerker, Anna; Serrano, Elena; Werrett, Simon
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This special issue investigates women's scientific networks in Europe roughly between 1720 and 1830, an interesting period from a gender point of view. The articles analyse the role that networks played in enabling, shaping and circumscribing women in their intellectual pursuits, social aspirations and ideals. They also focus on the nature of the members' relationships, how women negotiated their scientific identities and how often women could use their femininity to create new social spaces for themselves and their families. We traced different types of networks such as 'paper', 'technical', 'distant' (in its special and temporal sense), 'moral' and 'mixed', as well as how many of these networks were characterized by broad intellectual engagement that was never exclusively scientific, but also literary, poetic, educational and philosophica

    Maerker, Anna Serrano, Elena Werrett, Simon 2022 Enlightened Female Networks: Gendered Ways of Producing Knowledge (1720-1830) Notes And Records-The Royal Society Journal Of The History Of Science
https://doi.org/10.1098/rsnr.2021.0072

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