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Émilie du Châtelet et Marie-Anne Lavoisier. Science et genre au XVIII siècle, written by Keiko Kawashima

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Keiko Kawashima, Émilie du Châtelet et Marie-Anne Lavoisier. Science et genre au XVIII siècle. Paris: Honoré Champion Éditeur, 2013. 321 pp., ISBN: 978-2-7453-2492.

This is a book focused on three women. Two are heroines of the history of science; a the third one is the author herself, professor Keiko Kawashima of the Nagoya Institute of Technology. By saying this, I mean that every woman involved in scientific/academic research could identify herself for a while with the episodes related. It may well be that the key word of the book is “empathy.”

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