| The History of Women in Science Prize, first awarded in 1987,
honors an outstanding book, or, in alternate years, an article published
in the preceding four years.
Winners of The History of Women in Science Prize are
|1987||Regina Markell Morantz-Sanchez, Sympathy and Science: Women Physicians in American Medicine (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985).|
|1988||Pnina Abir-Am, "Synergy or Clash: Disciplinary and Marital Strategies in the Career of Mathematical Biologist Dorothy Wrinch," in Uneasy Careers and Intimate Lives, edited by Pnina Abir-Am and Dorinda Outram (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1987).|
|1989||Joan Mark, A Stranger in Her Native Land: Alice Fletcher and the American Indians (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1988).|
|1990||Ann Hibner Koblitz, "Science, Women, and the Russian Intelligentsia: The Generation of the 1860s," Isis, 1988, 79: 208-226.|
|1991||Martha H. Verbrugge, Able-Bodied Womenhood: Personal Health and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century Boston (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988).|
|1992||Judith Coffin, "Social Science Meets Sweated Labor: Reinterpreting Women's Work in Late Nineteenth-century France"|
|1993||Barbara Duden, The Woman Beneath the Skin: A Doctor's Patients in Eighteenth-Century Germany (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1991).|
|1994||Londa Schiebinger, "Why Mammals Are Called Mammals: Gender Politics in Eighteenth-Century National History," American Historical Review, 1993, 98: 382-411.|
|1995||Elizabeth Lunbeck, The Psychiatric Persuasion: Knowledge, Gender, and Power in Modern America (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1994).|
|1996||Ida Stamhuis, "A Female Contribution to Early Genetics: Tine Tammes and Mendel's Laws for Continuous Characters," Journal of the History of Biology, 1995, 28: 495-531.|
|1997||Margaret W. Rossiter, Women Scientists in America: Before Affirmative Action, 1940-1972 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995).|
|1998||Mary Terrall "Émilie du Châtelet and the Gendering of Science," History of Science, 1995, 33: 283-310.|
|1999||Linda J. Lear, Rachel Carson: Witness for Nature (Henry Holt and Company, 1997).|
|2000||Naomi Oreskes, "Objectivity or Heroism? On the Invisibility of Women in Science," Osiris, 1996, 11: 87-113.|
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