What knowledge becomes part of students’ socialization is based on our decisions. We cannot entirely avoid making decisions about canonized knowledge, for example when creating textbooks or designing degree programs. The historiography of science, which analyzes scientific knowledge production in its many social implications as well as its epistemological and educational presuppositions, bears responsibility to redefine a gender-friendly interface of philosophy and science, including its rich and diverse history. The following projects aim to contribute to a critical and (self-)reflexive history of science and philosophy.
  1. Women in Logic and Philosophy of Science
  2. Women in Philosophy of Modern Physics
  3. Émilie Du Châtelet's Foundations of Physics