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Sierra, María Fernanda O., and Adriana Díaz Del Hernández. "‘We Are All the Same, We All Are Mestizos’: Imagined Populations and Nations in Genetics Research in Colombia." Science as Culture 23, no. 2: 226-252.
Medina, Leandro Rodriguez. "Welcome to South-South dialogues: an introduction to a collaborative project between East Asian Science, Technology and Society, and Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society." Tapuya: Latin American Science, Technology and Society 2, no. 1: 15-19.
Breckenridge, Keith. What happened to the theory of African capitalism?. Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research.
Subramaniam, Banu, and Catherine Hurt Middlecamp. "What Is Feminist Pedagogy? Useful Ideas for Teaching Chemistry." Journal of Chemical Education 76, no. 4: 520.
Subramaniam, Banu, and Catherine Hurt Middlecamp. "What Is Feminist Pedagogy? Useful Ideas for Teaching Chemistry." Journal of Chemical Education 76, no. 4: 520.
Subramaniam, Banu, and Catherine Hurt Middlecamp. "What Is Feminist Pedagogy? Useful Ideas for Teaching Chemistry." Journal of Chemical Education 76, no. 4: 520.
Subramaniam, Banu, and Catherine Hurt Middlecamp. "What Is Feminist Pedagogy? Useful Ideas for Teaching Chemistry." Journal of Chemical Education 76, no. 4: 520.
Duggan, Sandra, and Richard Gott. "What sort of science education do we really need?" International Journal of Science Education 24, no. 7: 661-679.
Law, John. "What's wrong with a one-world world?" Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 16, no. 1: 126-139.
Elshakry, Marwa. "When Science Became Western: Historiographical Reflections." Isis 101, no. 1: 98-109.
Varughese, Shiju Sam. "Where are the Missing Masses? The Quasi-Publics and Non-Publics of Technoscience." Minerva 50, no. 2: 239-254.
D'Ignazio, Catherine, and Lauren Klein. "Who Collects the Data? A Tale of Three Maps." MIT Case Studies in Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing.
D'Ignazio, Catherine, and Lauren Klein. "Who Collects the Data? A Tale of Three Maps." MIT Case Studies in Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing.
D'Ignazio, Catherine, and Lauren Klein. "Who Collects the Data? A Tale of Three Maps." MIT Case Studies in Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing.
D'Ignazio, Catherine, and Lauren Klein. "Who Collects the Data? A Tale of Three Maps." MIT Case Studies in Social and Ethical Responsibilities of Computing.
Medin, Douglas L., and Megan Bang. "Who's Asking?: Native Science, Western Science, and Science Education.".
Ellsworth, Elizabeth. "Why Doesn't This Feel Empowering? Working Through the Repressive Myths of Critical Pedagogy." Harvard Educational Review 59, no. 3: 297-325.
Ellsworth, Elizabeth. "Why Doesn't This Feel Empowering? Working Through the Repressive Myths of Critical Pedagogy." Harvard Educational Review 59, no. 3: 297-325.
Ellsworth, Elizabeth. "Why Doesn't This Feel Empowering? Working Through the Repressive Myths of Critical Pedagogy." Harvard Educational Review 59, no. 3: 297-325.
Ellsworth, Elizabeth. "Why Doesn't This Feel Empowering? Working Through the Repressive Myths of Critical Pedagogy." Harvard Educational Review 59, no. 3: 297-325.
Kumar, Neelam. Women and Science in India: A Reader. Edition edition. New Delhi: OUP India.
Ndlovu, Hlengiwe. "Womxn’s bodies reclaiming the picket line: The ‘nude’ protest during #FeesMustFall." Agenda 31, no. 3-4: 68-77.
Mazrui, Alamin. "The World Bank, the language question and the future of African education." Race & Class 38, no. 3: 35-48.
Aviv, Rachel. Wrong Answer.
Nanda, Meera. Wrongs of the Religious Right: Reflections on Science, Secularism and Hindutva. Gurgaon: Three Essays Collective.

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