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Gender and Technology

Topics: Gender and technology; gender and engineering; domestic technology;


reproductive technology and women’s health technology. (Many gender books are also
included in other bibliographies.

Allucqure, Rosanne Stone. The War of Desire and Technology at the Close of the Mechanical
Age. MIT Press, 1996.
Ambrose, Susan. Journeys of Women in Science and Engineering: No Universal Constants.
Anderson, Gregory, ed. The White-Blouse Revolution: Female Office Workers since 1870.
Manchester: Manchester U. Pr., 1988.
Andrews, Lori B. The Clone Age: Adventures in the New World of Reproductive Technology.
Owl Books, 2000.
Andrews, Lori B. Future Perfect. Columbia University Press, 2001.
Balsamo, Anne. Technologies of the Gendered Body: Reading Cyborg Women. Duke University
Press, 1996.
Banks, Amanda Carson. Birth Chairs, Midwives and Medicine. University Press of Mississippi,
1999.
Baruch, Elaine Hoffman; D'Adamo, Amadeo F., Jr. and Seager, Joni, eds. Embryos, Ethics, and
Women's Rights: Exploring the New Reproductive Technologies. New York: Haworth,
[n.d.]
Bix, Amy Sue. Equipped For Life: Gendered Technical Training And Consumerism In Home
Economics, 1920-1980. Technology and Culture 2002 43(4): 728-754.
Bix, Amy Sue. “From “Engineeresses” to “Girl Engineers” to “Good Engineers”: A History of
Women’s US Engineering Education,” NWSA Journal 16, Nor. 1 (Spring 2004): 27-49.
Berg, a.-J and M. Lie, “Feminism and constructivism: Do artifacts have gender?” science,
Technology and Human Values 20, No. 3 (1995): 332-51.
*Bindocci, Cynthia Gay. Women and Technology: An Annotated Bibliography. New York:
Garland, 1993. 229 pp.
Boydston, Jeanne. Home and Work: Housework, Wages, and the Ideology of Labor in the Early
Republic. New York: Oxford U. Pr., 1990. 222 pp.
Brewer, Priscilla J. From Fireplace to Cookstove: Technology and the Domestic Ideal in
America. Syracuse: Syracuse U. Pr., 2000. 338 pp.
Brodie, Janet Farrell. Contraception and Abortion in Nineteenth-Century America (Cornell
Paperbacks). Cornell University Press, 1997.
Bugliarello, George, Vivian Cardwell, et. Al, eds. Women in Engineering: Bridging the Gap
Between Society and Technology. Chicago, 1971.
*Canel, Ruth Oldenziel, Karin Zachmann, Crossing Boundaries, Building Bridges: Comparing
the History of Women Engineers, 1870s-1990s
Carter, R. and G. Kirkup, Women in engineering: A good place to be? (London, 1990).
*Cockburn, Cynthia Brothers: Male Dominance and Technological Change (1983)
*Cockburn, Cynthia, Machinery of Dominance: Women, Men, and Technical Know-How
(1985).
Cockburn, Cynthia and Susan Ormrod, Gender and Technology in the Making (Sage 1993). A
history of microwave oven.

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*Cowan, Ruth. More Work for Mother: The Ironies of Household Technology from the Open
Hearth to the Microwave, New York, 1983.
Davis-Floyd, Robbie and Carolyn Fishel Sargent. Childbirth and Authoritative Knowledge:
Cross-Cultural Perspectives. University of California Press, 1977.
Davis-Floyd, Robbie, Joseph Dumit, Jennifer Croissant, Sylvia Sensiper. Cyborg Babies: From
Techno-Sex to Techno-Tots. Routledge, 1998.
Donzelot, Jacques and Robert Hurley, The Policing of Families. Johns Hopkins University
Press, 1997.
Dugdale, Ann Marie. Devices and Desires: Constructing the Intrauterine Device, 1908-1988."
DAI 1997 57(8): 3649-A.
Ehrenreich, Barbara. Witches, Midwives, and Nurses: A History of Women Healers. Feminist
Press, 1972.
Ehrenreich, Barbara and Deirdre English. Complaints and Disorders: The Sexual Politics of
Sickness (Glass Mountain Pamphlet). Feminist Press, 1977.
Ehrenreich, Barbara and Deirdre English. For Her Own Good : 150 Years of the Experts'
Advice to Women. Anchor, 1989.
Etzkowitz, Henry, Carol Kemelgor and Brian Uzzi, Athena Unbound: The Advancement of
Women in Science and Technology. Cambridge University Press, 2000.
Evetts, Julia, Gender and Career in Science and Engineering (Taylor & Francis, 1996).
*Faulkner, W. and e. Arnolds, eds. Smothered by invention: Technology in women’s lives
London, 1985.
Faulkner, Wendy, see her review article in Science Technology and Human Values (Winter
2000).—excellent bibliography
*Gender Analysis and the History of Technology [Special Issue] Technology and Culture 38,
No. 1 (1997).
Ginsburg, Faye D. and Rayna Rapp. Conceiving the New World Order: The Global Politics of
Reproduction. University of California Press, 1995.
Gorham, Deborah. Three Books On The History Of Housework: A Review Article. Atlantis
[Canada] 1985 10(2): 138-145.
Grint, Keith and Rosalind Gill, eds. The Gender-Technology Relation: Contemporary Theory
and Research London, 1995. case studies
*Hacker, Sally, Pleasure, Power, and Technology: Some Tales of Gender, Engineering, and the
Cooperative Workplace.
Hacker, Sally. Doing It the Hard Way: Investigations of Gender and Technology.
Modest-Witness, Second-Millennium: Femaleman Meets Oncomouse : Feminism and
Technoscience by Donna J. Haraway, Lynn M. Randolph
Simians, Cyborgs, and Women: The Reinvention of Nature by Donna J. Haraway "
The Haraway Reader by Donna Haraway
*Harding, Sandra, Science Question in Feminism (Woman Question in Science?)
Hartmann, Heidi I.; Kraut, Robert E.; and Tilly, Louise A., eds. Computer Chips and Paper
Clips: Technology and Women's Employment. Washington: Natl. Acad. Pr., 1986. 216
pp.
Hartouni, Valerie. Cultural Conceptions: On Reproductive Technologies and the Remaking of
Life. University of Minnesota Press, 1997.
Horowitz, Roger and Mohun, Arwen, ed. His and Hers: Gender, Consumption, and Technology.
Case studies on gender aspects of consumption.

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Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz, Rereading Sex : Battles Over Sexual Knowledge and Suppression in
Nineteenth-Century America
Hutchby, Ian and Jo Moran-Ellis. Children, Technology and Culture: The Impacts of
Technologies in Children's Everyday Lives (The Future of Childhood). Falmer Press,
2001.
Inness, Sherrie A. On The Road And In The Air: Gender And Technology In Girls' Automobile
And Airplane Serials, 1909-1932. Journal of Popular Culture 1996 30(2): 47-60.
Inhorn, Marcia C. and Frank Van Balen, Infertility Around the Globe: New Thinking on
Childlessness, Gender, and Reproductive Technologies. University of California Press,
2002.
Jacobson, Nora. Cleavage: Technology, Controversy, and the Ironies of the Man-Made Breast.
New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers U. Pr., 2000. 302 pp.
Jellison, Katherine. Entitled to Power: Farm Women and Technology, 1913-1963.
Jordan, Brigitte and Robbie Davis-Floyd. Birth in Four Cultures : A Crosscultural Investigation
of Childbirth in Yucatan, Holland, Sweden, and the United States. Waveland Press,
1992.
Kaufman-Osborne, Timothy V., Creatures of Prometheus: Gender and the Politics of Technology
Rowman & Littlefield, 1997.
Kirkup, Gill, Linda Janes, Kathryn Woodward, Fiona Hovenden, The Gendered Cyborg: A
Reader Routledge, 1999.
Kirkup, G. and L. Smith Keller, eds. Inventing women: Science, technology and gender, 1992.
Lederman, Muriel and Ingrid Bartsch, eds. The Gender and Science Reader. xiv + 505 pp.
Routledge, 2001.
*Lerman, Nina E., Arwen Mohun, Ruth Oldenziel, Gender and Technology: A Reader
Levins, Hoag. American Sex Machines: The Hidden History of Sex at the U.S. Patent Office.
Adams Media, 1996.
Lipartito, Kenneth, “When women were switches: technology, work, and gender in the telephone
industry, 1890-1920,” American Historical Review, Oct 1994 v99 n4 p1074(38).
Lowe, Donald M. The Body in Late-Capitalist USA. Duke University Press, 1995.
Luker, Kristin. Abortion and the Politics of Motherhood (California series on social choice and
political economy). University of California Press, 1985.
*Maines, Rachel P. The Technology of Orgasm: "Hysteria," the Vibrator, and Women's Sexual
Satisfaction (Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology). Johns Hopkins
University Press, 2001.
Marks, Lara. Sexual Chemistry: A History of the Contraceptive Pill. Yale University Press,
2001.
McIlwee, Judith S., J. Gregg Robinson, Women in Engineering: Gender, Power, and Workplace
Culture. SUNY, 1994.
Mohum, Arwen, Steam Laundries: Gender, Technology, and Work in the United States and
Great Britain, 1880-1940 (Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology), 2003
Nash, June and Patricia Fernandez, eds. Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor
(1980.
*Noble, David. A World Without Women
Ogle, Maureen. All the Modern Conveniences: American Household Plumbing, 1840-1890.
(The Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology). Johns Hopkins, 2000.

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*Oldenziel, Ruth, Making Technology Masculine: Men, Women, and Modern Machines in
America, 1870-1945
Ong, Aihwa. Disassembling Gender In The Electronics Age. Feminist Studies 1987 13(3): 609-
626.
Pena, Devon G. The Terror Of The Machine: Technology, Work, Gender, And Ecology On The
U.S.-Mexico Border. (Austin: Center for Mexican American Studies, University of
Texas, 1997. Pp. 461.
Prieto, Norma Iglesias. Beautiful Flowers Of The Maquiladora: Life Histories Of Women
Workers In Tijuana. Translated by Michael Stone and Gabrielle Winkler. Austin:
University of Texas Press, 1997. Pp. 115.
Rakow, Lana F. Gender on the Line: Women, the Telephone, and Community Life. (Illinois
Studies in Communications.) Urbana: U. of Illinois Pr., 1992. 165 pp.
Rapp, Rayna. Testing Women, Testing the Fetus : The Social Impact of Amniocentesis in
America (The Anthropology of Everyday Life). Routledge, 2000.
Raymond, Janice G. Women As Wombs: Reproductive Technologies and the Battle over
Women's Freedom. HarperCollins, 1994.
Reagen, Leslie J. When Abortion Was a Crime: Women, Medicine, and Law in the United
States, 1867-1973. University of California Press, 1998.
Riddle, John M. Contraception and Abortion from the Ancient World to the Renaissance.
Harvard University Press, 1994.
Riddle, John M. Eve's Herbs: A History of Contraception and Abortion in the West. Harvard
University Press, 1999.
Roberts, Dorothy. Killing the Black Body : Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty.
Vintage, 1998.
Robertson, John A. Children of Choice, Princeton University Press, 1996.
*Rossiter, Margaret, Women Scientists in America (2 vols.)
*Rothschild, Joan, ed. Machina Ex Dea (1983),
Sandelowski, Margarete., Devices and Desires: Gender, Technology, and American Nursing
Silver, Lee M. Remaking Eden: How Genetic Engineering and Cloning Will Transform the
American Family. Avon Books, 1997.
Solinger, Rickie. Abortion Wars: A Half Century of Struggle, 1950-2000. University of
California Press, 1998.
Stanley, Autumn, Mothers and Daughters of Invention: Notes for a Revised History of
Technology. Scarecrow Press, 1993.
Strasser, Susan. Never Done: A History of Housework.
Terry, Jennifer and Melodie Calvert. Processed Lives: Gender and Technology in Everyday Life.
Routledge, 1997.
Tone, Andrea. Controlling Reproduction: An American History (Worlds of Women). SR
Books, 1996.
*Tone, Andrea. Devices and Desires: A History of Contraceptives in America.
Trescott, Martha Moore, Dynamos and Virgins Revisited: Women and Technological Change in
History, 1979.
*Wajcman, Judy, Feminism Confronts Technology
*Wajcman, Judy, Technofeminism, Polity Press, 2004.
Watkins, Elizabeth Siegel. On the Pill: A Social History of Oral Contraceptives, 1950-1970.
Johns Hopkins, 2001.

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*Wertheim, Margaret. Pythagoras' Trousers: God, Physics, and the Gender Wars. W.W.
Norton, 1997. Examines physics as a male discipline.
Wertz, Dorothy C. Lying-In: A History of Childbirth in America. Yale University Press, 1999
Wosk, Julie. Women and the Machine: Representations from the Spinning Wheel to the
Electronic Age. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins U. Pr., 2001. 320 pp.
Wright, Barbara Drygulski, ed. Women, Work, and Technology: Transformations. Ann Arbor:
U. of Michigan Pr., 1987.
Zierdt-Warshaw, Linda; Winkler, Alan; and Bernstein, Leonard, ed. American Women in
Technology: An Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, Calif.: ABC-CLIO, 2000. 384 pp.