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Diversification / Decolonization of the Curriculum

Books

Barr, Jean, and Lynda. Birke. Common Science? : Women, Science, and Knowledge . Bloomington, In: Indiana University Press, 1998. Print. Call Number: Q181 .B324 1998

Briggs, Laura. Reproducing Empire : Race, Sex, Science, and U.S. Imperialism in Puerto Rico . Berkeley, CA: University of California Press,, 2004. Ebook.

Brookey, R. (2002). Reinventing the male homosexual the rhetoric and power of the gay gene . Indiana University Press. Ebook.

Cravens, H., & Farber, P. (2009). Race and Science Scientific Challenges to Racism in Modern America . Oregon State University Press. Ebook.

Harding, S. (1999). Is science multicultural? : postcolonialisms, feminisms, and epistemologies . Indiana University Press. Ebook.

Henrion, C. (1998). Women in mathematics : the addition of difference . Indiana University Press. Print.  Call Number: QA27.5 .H46 1997

Harris, B., & Ernst, W. (1999). Race, science, and medicine, 1700-1960. Routledge. Ebook.

Jordan, D. (2007). Sisters in science : conversations with black women scientists about race, gender, and their passion for science . Purdue University Press. Print. Call Number: Q141 .S556 2006

Krimsky, S., & Sloan, K. (2012). Race and the genetic revolution : science, myth, and culture . Columbia University Press. Print. Call Number: GN289 .R33 2011

Lander, J. (2010). Lincoln and Darwin Shared Visions of Race, Science, and Religion . Southern Illinois University Press. Ebook.

Larson, E. (1995). Sex, race, and science : eugenics in the deep South . Johns Hopkins University Press.Print. Call Number: HQ755.5.U5 L37 1995

Montoya, M. (2012). Making the Mexican Diabetic : Race, Science, and the Genetics of Inequality . University of California Press,. https://doi.org/10.1525/9780520949003

O'Neil, C. (2017) Weapons of math destruction: how big data increases inequality and threatens democracy. Broadway
Books. Call Number: QA76.9. B 45 O64 2017

Ordover, N. (2003). American Eugenics Race, Queer Anatomy, and the Science of Nationalism . University of
Minnesota Press. Ebook

Spanier, B. (1996). Im/partial science : gender ideology in molecular biology . Indiana University Press. Print. Call Number: QH506 .S66 1995

Articles

Bailey, Z. D., Krieger, N., Agénor, M., Graves, J., Linos, N., & Bassett, M. T. (2017). Structural racism and health inequities in the USA: evidence and interventions. The Lancet, 389(10077), 1453-1463.

Bird, K. S., & Pitman, L. (2020). How diverse is your reading list? Exploring issues of representation and decolonisation in the UK. Higher Education79(5), 903-920.

Clark, U. S., & Hurd, Y. L. (2020). Addressing racism and disparities in the biomedical sciences. Nature Human Behaviour, 4(8), 774-777.

 Cooper, R. S. (2013). Race in biological and biomedical research. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Medicine, 3(11), a008573.

 Coulter, R. W., Kenst, K. S., & Bowen, D. J. (2014). Research funded by the National Institutes of Health on the health of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender populations. American Journal of Public Health, 104(2), e105-e112.

 Feagin, J., & Bennefield, Z. (2014). Systemic racism and US health care. Social Science & Medicine, 103, 7-14.

Garrison, H. (2013). Underrepresentation by race–ethnicity across stages of US science and engineering education. CBE—Life Sciences Education, 12(3), 357-363.

Ginther, D. K., Schaffer, W. T., Schnell, J., Masimore, B., Liu, F., Haak, L. L., & Kington, R. (2011). Race, ethnicity, and NIH research awardsScience333(6045), 1015-1019. 

Graves, J.L. African Americans in evolutionary science: where we have been, and what’s next. Evo Edu Outreach 12, 18 (2019).

Lack of diversity in genetic research could be costing us our health

Linkova, M., Teich, E. G., & Bassett, D. S. (2020). Tackling Academia’s Publication InequitiesPhysics13, 191.

Menand, L. (2001). Morton, Agassiz, and the origins of scientific racism in the United States. The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education, (34), 110-113. doi:10.2307/3134139

 Menon, B.R.K. (2021). The missing colours of chemistry. Naure Chemistry, 13,  101–106.

Saetermoe, C. L., Chavira, G., Khachikian, C. S., Boyns, D., & Cabello, B. (2017, December). Critical race theory as a bridge in science training: the California State University, Northridge BUILD PODER program. In BMC proceedings (Vol. 11, No. 12, p. 21).

Racially-biased medical algorithm prioritizes white patients over black patients

 Sexism is still a problem for German Research