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Ilustrasi di permulaan terjemahan Abad Pertengahan dari Unsur-Unsur karya Euclid (kr. 1310 M)

Wanita membuat kontribusi signifikan pada sains dari masa-masa terawal. Para sejarawan dengan peminatan dalam gender dan sains menyoroti dorongan saintifik dan keterlibatan wanita, batas-batas yang mereka hadapi, dan strategi yang diterapkan pada pengerjaan mereka dan penerimaan dalam jurnal saintifik besar dan publikasi lainnya. Kajian sejarah, kritikal dan sosiologi dari masalah-masalah tersebut menjadi disiplin akademik pada haknya sendiri.

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