This conference explores masculinity as a subject of science and as a characteristic of research and researchers. Presentations focus on science from the eighteenth to the twentieth century and deal with the social and biological sciences as well as computer science.
- Mary Terrall | History, UCLA. Masculine Knowledge for the Public Good: The Scientific Household of Réaumur
- April Trask | Post Doctoral Scholar, OID, UCLA. Malleable Men: Sexology, Masculinity, and Testicular Modification in Germany, 1880-1933
- Erika Milam | History, Princeton. Men in Groups: Evolution, Gender, and Sexuality during the Cold War
- Nathan Ensmenger | School of Informatics & Computing, Indiana University. The Manly Art of Programming? A Gendered History of the Computing Profession
Questions? Please email Andrea Goldman (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kate Norberg (email@example.com).
Organized with Mary Terrall and cosponsored by the UCLA History of Science Colloquium & the UCLA Center for Digital Humanities. Supported by the Robert N. Burr Department Chair Fund.