Scholarly Publishing’s Gender Gap | Robin Wilson | Chronicle of Higher Education | 26 October, 2012
Women cluster in certain fields, according to a study of millions of journal articles, while men get more credit
When Jennifer Jacquet first visited Carl T. Bergstrom’s evolutionary-biology lab at the University of Washington last year, she was surrounded by men. Men staring at data on the 27-inch Mac Pro computer screen that takes center stage in the lab. Men talking about mathematical proofs, about a South Park episode on evolution, about their latest mountain-climbing adventures.