Biographies of Women Mathematical Scientists
and History of Women in Mathematical Sciences
Publications
  1. AMS Notices Special Issue on Women in Mathematics, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 no. 7 (1991), 701-754.
  2. Black pioneers in mathematics, Focus 1991 Jan-Feb.
  3. Grace Brewster Murray Hoopper, mathematician and computer softwared designer known as the mother of COBOL., in Particular Passiosn; Talks with Women Who Have Shaped Our Times, L. Gilbert and G. Moore, Eds., 1981), 58-63.
  4. Julia Robertson: Functional equations in arithmetic, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter (1988), 2-3.
  5. Math teacher Delores Wilkins dies at age 61, Washington Post, 1995, May 14, (1995) Sec B, p6 col4.
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  6. Profiles of Women in Mathematics - The Emmy Noether Lectures, Association for Women in Mathematics
  7. Schools courting teen math whiz, The Register Guard (Eugene, OR), 89/1/9 (1989).
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  8. Special Issue on Women and Mathematics: A Critical Inquiry, Philosophia Mathematica 13/14 (1976/77).
  9. Women mathematicians before 1950, AWM Newsletter 9 no. 4 (1979), 9-11.
  10. Women of Computer History: Forgotten Pioneers, The Institute, Wilmington, DE (1989).
  11. P. G. Abir-Am, Synergy or clash: Disciplinary and marital strategies in the career of mathematical biologis Dorothey Wrinch, in Uneasy Careers and Intimate Lives: Women in Science, 1789-1979, P. G. Abir-Am and D. Outram, Eds. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick (1987), 239-280.
  12. M. G. Ainley, Despite the Odds: Essays on Canadian Women and Science, University of Toronto Press, Montreal (1990).
  13. D. Albers, G. L. Alexanderson, and C. Reid,More Mathematical People: Contemporary Conversations, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Boston (1990).
  14. D. J. Albers and C. Reid, An interview with Mary Ellen Rudin, College Mathematics Journal 19 no. 2 (1988), 114-137.
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  15. Ambrose, No Universal Constants: Journeys of Women in Science and Engineering, Temple University Press, 
  16. K. K. Anand, Cypra Cecilia Krieger and the human side of mathematics, in Despite the Odds-Essays on Canadian Women and Science, M. Ainley, Ed. Vehicule Press, 1990), 248-251.
  17. K. K. Anand, Hanna Neumann: A great woman mathematician from down under, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 18 no. 1 (1988), 10-13.
  18. M. Anderson, The history of women and the history of statistics, Journal of Women's History 4 no. 1 (1992), 14-36.
  19. R. L. Anderson, Gertrude M. Cox---A modern pioneer in statistics, Biometrics 35 (1979), 3-7.
  20. D. Angluin, Lady Lovelace and the analytical engine, AWM Newsletter 6 no. 1 (1976), 6-8.
  21. R. C. Archibald, Women as Mathematicains and Astronomers, American Mathematical Monthly 25 no. 3 (1918), 136-139.
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  22. I. Asimov, Biographical Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, Doubleday (1982).
  23. C. Avelsgaard, Women in mathematics: the silent minority, The Mathematical Intelligencer 10 no. 4 (1988), 32-34.
  24. J. Baum, The Calculating Passion of Ada Byron, Archon Books, Hamden, CT (1986).
  25. J. S. Birman, D. Haimo, S. Landau, B. Srinivasan, V. Pless, and J. E. Taylor, In her own words: Six mathematicians reflect on their lives and careers, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 no. 7 (1991), 702-706.
  26. L. Blum, A brief history of the Association for Women in Mathematics: The Presidents’ perspective, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 no. 7 (1991), 738-754.
  27. L. Blum, Women in mathematics: an international perspective, eight years later, The Mathematical Intelligencer 9 no. 2 (1987), 28-32.
  28. H. Bromberg, Grace Murray Hopper: A Remembrance, IEEE Software 9 no. 3 (1992), 103.
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  29. L. L. Bucciarelli and N. Dworsky, Sophie Germain: An Essay in the History of the Theory of Elasticity, 9, Reidel, Dordrecht (1980).
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  30. D. Buerk, Voices of Women Making Meaning in Mathematics, Journal of Education 167 no. 3 (1985).
  31. L. Burton, Gender and Mathematics: An International Perspective, Cassell Educational Ltd., Strand (1990).
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  32. N. Byers, The Life and Times of Emmy Noether; contributions of E. Noether to particle physics, presented at International Conference on The History of Original Ideas and Basic Discoveries in Particle Physics, Erice, Italy, (1994).
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  33. A. Cameron, Isidor of Miletua and Hypatia: On the editing of mathematical texts, Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 31 (1990), 103-127.
  34. P. J. Campbell and L. S. Grinstein, Women and mathematics: a preliminary selected bibliography, Philosophia Mathematica 13/14 (1976-77), 171-203.
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  35. P. J. Campbell and L. S. Grinstein,Women of Mathematics: A Bibliographic Sourcebook, Greenwood Press, New York (1987).
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  36. C. Cantwell, BU math professor’s life filled with firsts, AWM Newsletter 16 no. 4 (1986), 8-9.
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  37. M. L. Cartwright, Grace Chisholm Young, Journal London Mathematical Society 19 (1944), 185-191.
  38. M. L. Cartwright, Sheila Scott Macintyre, Journal London Mathematical Society 36 (1961), 254-256.
  39. B. A. Case and A. M. Leggett, eds., Complexities: Women in Mathematics, Princeton University Press, 2005.
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  40. M. R. Chowdhury, Response to “Sofia Kovalevskaia and the mathematical community” by Ann Hibner Koblitz, The Mathematical Intelligencer 4 no. 8 (1986), 68-72.
  41. M. R. Chowdhury and A. H. Koblitz, Koblitz, Klein and Kovalevskaia, The Mathematical Intelligencer 8 no. 4 (1986), 68-72.
  42. W. G. Cochran, Gertrude Mary Cox 1900-1978, International Statistical Review 47 no. 1 (1979), 97-98.
  43. R. Cooke, Sonya Kovalevskaya’s Place in Nineteenth Century Mathematics, in The Legacy of Sonya Kovalevskaya: Proceedings of a Symposium, L. Keen, Ed. American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI (1986), 17-51.
  44. J. L. Coolidge, Six Female Mathematicians, Scripta Mathematica 17 no. 1/2 (1951), 20-31.
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  45. M. P. Cooney, ed., Celebrating Women in Mathematics and Science, National Counctil of Teachers of Mathematics, 
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  46. H. S. M. Coxeter, Alicia Boole Stott in Women in Mathematics: A Bibliographic Sourcebook, L. Grinstsein and P Campbell, eds., Greenwood Press, 1987
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  47. A. Dahan-Dalmedico, Sophie Germain, Scientific American 265 (1991), 116-120.
  48. A. D. Dalmedico, Sophie Germain, Scientific Amerian December (1991), 117-122.
  49. R. Dan and P. J. Hilton, Mina Rees, in Mathematical People, D. J. Albers and G. J. Alexanderson, Eds. Birkhauser, Boston (1985), 256-267.
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  50. J. W. Dauben, The History of Mathematics From Antiquity to the Present: A Selected Bibliography, , Garland, New York (1985).
  51. C. de Pisan, The Book of the City of Ladies, Persea Books (1982).
  52. A. Dick, Emmy Noether, 1882-1935, Birkhauser, Boston (1981).
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  53. M.-L. DuBreil-Jacotin, Women Mathematicians, in Great Currents in Mathematical Thought, F. LeLionnais, Ed. Dover, New York (1971), 168-180.
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  54. M. Dzielska, Hypatia of Alexandria, 8, Harvard University Press (1995).
  55. W. C. Eells, American doctoral dissertations on mathematics and astronomy written by women in the nineteenth century, The Mathematics Teacher 50 no. 5 (1957), 374-376.
  56. H. G. Eggleston, Winifred L. C. Sargent, Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society 2 (1981), 173-176.
  57. H. G. Eggleston, Winifred L. C. Sargent, AWM Newsletter 13 no. 1 (1983), 7-10.
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  58. C. Eisele, Lao Genevra Simons, Scripta Mathematica 1950 no. 16 (1950), 22-30.
  59. E. Falconer and L. Lorch, Vivienne Malone-Mayes: in memoriam, AWM Newsletter 25 no. 6 (1995), 8.
  60. D. Farquhar and M.-R. Lynn,Women Sum It Up: Biographical Sketches of Women Mathematicians, Hazard Press, Christchurch (1989).
  61. D. D. Fenster and K. Parshall, Women in the American mathematical research community: 1891-1906, in The History of Modern Mathematics, Vol. 3: Images, Ideas, and Communities, 3, The History of Modern Mathematics, E. Knobloch and D. E. Rowe, Eds., 1982 ), 229-261.
  62. B. Friedman, Bringing knowledge of women mathematicians into the mathematics classroom, Mathematics and Computer Education 24 no. 3 (1990), 250-253.
  63. I. Grattan-Guinness, A Mathematical union: William Henry and Grace Chisolm Young, Annals of Science 29 no. 2 (1972), 105-186.
  64. M. Gray, Sophie Germain, a bicentennial appreciation, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 6 no. 6 (1976), 10-14.
  65. M. Gray, Women in mathematics, American Mathematical Monthly 79 (1972), 475-479.
  66. M. W. Gray, The Association for Women in Mathematics - a personal view, The Mathematical Intelligencer 13 no. 4 (1991), 6-11.
  67. J. Green and J. LaDuke, Contributors to American Mathematics: An Overview and Selection, in Women of Science-Righting the Record, G. Kass-Simon and P. Farnes, Eds. Indiana University Press, 1990).
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  68. J. Green and J. LaDuke, Pioneering Women in American Mathematics: The Pre-1940s PhD’,History of Mathematics, Volume 34, American Mathematical Society/London Mathematical Society, 2009.
  69. J. Green and J. LaDuke, Women in American Mathematics: A Century of Contributions, in A Century of Mathematics in America, Part II, P. Duren, Ed. American Mathematical Society, 1989).
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  70. J. Green and J. LaDuke, Women in the American Mathematical Community: Pre-1940 Ph.D.’s, Mathematical Intelligencer 9 no. 1 (1987), 11-23.
  71. J. Green, J. LaDuke, and T. H. Perl, Women in mathematics, in The History of Mathematics From Antiquity to the Present: A Selected Bibliography, J. W. Dauben, Ed. Garland, New York (1985), 428-434.
  72. L. Grinstein and P. Campbell, Anna Johnson Pell Wheeler: Her life and work, Historia Mathematica 1982 no. 9 (1982), 37-53.
  73. L. S. Grinstein, Some ‘forgotten’ women of mathematics: A Who was who, Philosophia Mathematica 13/14 (1976/77), 73-78.
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  74. D. W. Gurer, Pioneering women in computer science, Communications of the ACM 1 no. 38 (1995), 45-54.
  75. F. Hamel, An Eighteenth-Century Marquise: A Study of Emilie du Chatelet and Her Times, J. Pott, New York (1911).
  76. L. Hay, How I became a mathematician (or how it was in the bad old days), Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 19 no. 5 (1989), 8-10.
  77. H. Henderson, Modern Mathematicians, Facts on File, New York (1996).
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  78. D. Hoffleit, The Education of American Women Astronomers Before 1960, The American Association of Variable Star Observers, Cambridge (1994).
  79. G. Hopper, The grand old lady of software, Newsweek 1983 May 9.
  80. G. Hopper, What lies ahead, Byte 1989 no. Jan (1989), 343-345.
  81. E. Hoyrup, Women and mathematics, science, and engineering: A partially annotated bibliography with emphasis on mathematics and with references on related topics, Skrifserie fra Roskilde Universitetsbiblioteck 4 (1978).
  82. D. J. Hurvich, Christine Ladd-Franklin, in Notable American Women 1607-1950, 2. Harvard University Press, 1971), 354-356.
  83. V. R. Huskey and H. D. Huskey, Lady Lovelace and Charles Babbage, Annals of the History of Computing 2 no. 4 (1980), 299-329.
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  84. R. F. Iacobacci, Women of Mathematics, Arithmetic Teacher 17 no. 4 (1970), 316-324.
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  85. R. F. Iacobacci, Women of Mathematics, Mathematics Teacher 63 no. 4 (1970), 329-337.
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  86. C. M. Iltis, Madame du Chatelet's metaphysics and mechanics, Stuides in History and Philosophy of Science 8 (1977), 29-48.
  87. B. W. Jones and R. A. Rosenbaum, Louise Johnson Rosenbaum, AWM Newsletter 12 no. 4 (1982), 16-19.
  88. P. S. Jones, Women in American mathematics-20th century, The Mathematics Teacher 50 no. 5 (1957), 376-378.
  89. A. Katok and S. Katok, Women in Soviet mathematics, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 40 no. 2 (1988), 108-116.
  90. L. Keen, The Legacy of Sonya Kovalevskaya: Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by the Association for Women in Mathematics and the Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, , American Mathematical Society, Providence (1986).
  91. E. F. Keller, A Feeling for th eOrganism: the Life and Work of Barbara McClintock, Freeman and Co. (1983).
  92. D. H. Kennedy,Little Sparrow: A Portrait of Sophia Kovalevsky, Ohio University Press, Athens, OH (1983).
  93. H. C. Kennedy, The witch of Agnesi exorcised, Mathematics Teacher 62 no. 6 (1969), 480-482.
  94. P. Kenschaft, Black Women in Mathematics in the United States, Journal of African Civilizations 1982 no. April (1982), 63-68.
  95. P. Kenschaft, An interview with Marguerite Lehr: in memoriam, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 18 no. 2 (1988), 9-11.
  96. P. Kenschaft, Marjorie Lee Browne: In memoriam, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 10 no. 5 (1980), 8-11.
  97. P. Kenschaft, Why did Charlotte Scott succeed?, AWM Newsletter no. March/April 1987 (1987), 4-9.
  98. P. C. Kenschaft, Black men and women in mathematical research, Journal of Black Studies 18 no. 2 (1987), 170-190.
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  99. P. C. Kenschaft, Black women in mathematics in the United States, Journal of African Civilizations 4 no. 1 (1982), 63-83.
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  100. P. C. Kenschaft, Black women in mathematics in the United States, American Mathematical Monthly 88 no. 8 (1981), 592-604.
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  101. P. C. Kenschaft, Charlotte Angas Scott (1858-1931), in Women of Mathematics: A Biographic Sourcebook, L. S. Grinstein and P. Campbell, Eds. Greenwood Press, Westport, CT (1987).
  102. P. C. Kenschaft, Charlotte Angas Scott, 1858-1931, AWM Newsletter 8 no. 1 (1978), 11-12.
  103. P. C. Kenschaft, Charlotte Angas Scott, 1858-1931, AWM Newsletter 7 no. 6 (1977), 9-10.
  104. P. C. Kenschaft, Charlotte Angus Scott, 1858-1931, College Mathematics Journal 18 no. 2 (1987), 98-110.
  105. P. C. Kenschaft, Letter/Comments: Women in mathematics around 1900, Signs 7 no. 4 (1982), 906-909.
  106. P. C. Kenschaft, The students of Charlotte Angas Scott, Mathematics in College no. Fall 1982 (1982).
  107. P. C. Kenschaft, Women in Mathematics around 1900, Signs 7 no. 4 (1982), 906-909.
  108. O. Kenyon, 800 Years of Women's Letters, Penguin Books, (1982).
  109. C. Kimberling, Emmy Noether, Greatest Woman Mathematician, The Mathematics Teacher 75 no. 3 (1982).
  110. C. H. Kimberling, Emmy Noether, American Mathematical Monthly 79 no. 2 (1972), 136-149.
  111. C. Kingsley, Hypatia, E.P. Dutton & co., New York (1935).
  112. I. Kleiner, Emmy Noether: Highlights of her life and work, Enseignement Matematique 38 no. 1-2 (1992), 103-124.
  113. A. H. Koblitz, Careers and Home Life in the 1880s: The Choices of Mathematician Sofia Kovalevskaia, in Uneasy Careers and Intimate Lives: Women in Science, 1789-1979, P. G. Abir-Am and D. Outram, Eds. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick (1987), 172-190.
  114. A. H. Koblitz, Changing Views of Sofia Kovalevskaia, in The Legacy of Sonya Kovalevskaya: Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by the Association for Women in Mathematics and the Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, L. Keen, Ed. American Mathematical Soci ety, Providence (1986), 53-76.
  115. A. H. Koblitz, A Convergence of Lives: Sofia Kovalevskaia: Scientist, Writer, Revolutionary, American Mathematical Society, Providence (1993).
  116. A. H. Koblitz, Elizaveta Fedorovna Litvinova (1845-1919)--Russian mathematician and pedagogue, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 14 no. 1 (1984), 13-17.
  117. A. H. Koblitz, Sofia Kovalevskaia and the mathematical community, The Mathematical Intelligencer 6 no. 1 (1986), 20-29.
  118. A. H. Koblitz, Sofia Kovalevskaia--A Biographical Sketch, in The Legacy of Sonya Kovalevskaya: Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by the Association for Women in Mathematics and the Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, L. Keen, Ed. American Mathematical Society, Providence (1986), 3-16.
  119. P. I. Kochian, A. Y. Ishlinsky, and Z. K. Sokolovskaya, Love and Mathematics: Sofya Kovalevskaya, Mir, Moscow (1985).
  120. G. B. Kolata, Cathleen Morawetz: The mathematics of waves, Science 206 no. Oct. 12 (1979).
  121. S. Kovalevskaya, A Russian Childhood, Springer, New York (1978).
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  122. E. Kramer, Maria Gaetana Agnesi, in Dictionary of Scientific Biography, 1, C. C. Gillispie, Ed., , 75-77.
  123. [123] E. E. Kramer, Six More Female Mathematicians, Scripta Mathematica 23 no. 1/4 (1957), 83-95.
  124. C. Ladd-Frankline, Sophie Germain: An unknown mathematician, Century 48 (1894), 946-949.
  125. C. Ladd-Frankline, Sophie Germain: An unknown mathematician, AWM Newsletter 11 no. 3 (1981), 7-11.
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  126. J. LaDuke, M. S. Barnes, V. Malone-Mayes, O. Taussky-Todd, and N. Green, Centennial reflections on women in American mathematics, Assocation for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 18 no. 6 (1988), 4-12.
  127. L. Lafortune, Femmes et Mathematique, Les Editions du remue-menage, Montreal (1986).
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  128. R. Love, “Alice in eugenics-land”: Feminism and eugenics in the scientific careers of Alice Lee and Ethel Elderton, Annals of Science 36 (1979), 145-158.
  129. E. H. Luchins and M. A. McLoughlin, In memoriam: Olga Taussky-Todd, Notices of the American Mathematical Society 43 no. 8 (1996), 837-847.
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  130. F. S. Macaulay, Dr. Charlotte Angas Scott, Journal of the London Mathematical Society 7 (1932), 230-240.
  131. D. MacHale, George Boole: His Life and Work, Dublin (1983).
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  132. S. Mary Thomas a Kempis, The Walking Polyglot, Scripta Mathematica 6 no. 4 (1939), 211-217.
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  133. R. McCroskey and A. C. McCroskey, Woman Ph.D.’s in mathematics in USA and Canada: 1886-1973, Philosophia Mathematica 79 no. 13/14 (1976/77).
  134. D. E. Men’shov, S. B. Stechkin, and P. L. Ul’yanov, Nina Karlovna Bari, Russian Mathematical Surveys 17 no. 1 (1962), 119-127.
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  135. J. Miller, Nadine Kowalsky: In Memoriam, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 26 no. 4 (1996).
  136. N. Mitford, Voltaire in Love, Hamish Hamilton, London (1957).
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  137. R. J. Monroe and F. E. McVay, Gertrude Mary Cox (1900-1978), American Statistician 34 no. 1 (1980), 48.
  138. E. Morris and L. Harkleroad, Rozsa Peter: Recursive function theory's founding mother, The Mathematical Intelligencer 12 no. 1 (1990), 59-61.
  139. C. Morrow and T. Perl, Notable Women in Mathematics; A biographical dictionary (1998) .
  140. M.A.M. Murray, Women Becoming Mathematicians: Creating a Professional Identity in Post-World II America, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (2000) 
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  141. D. Narek, A women scientist speaks, in Voices From Women's Liberation, L. R. Tanner, Ed. New American Library, New York (1970).
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  142. D. Nolan, Women in Mathematics: Scaling the Heights. Mathematical Association of America, Washington, DC (1998)
  143. M. B. Ogilvie, Women in Science, MIT Press, Cambridge (1986). 
  144. L. M. Osen, Women in Mathematics, MIT Press (1974).
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  145. M. Parker, She Does Math! Real-Life Problems from Women on the Job, The Mathematical Association of America, Washington, D.C. (1995).
  146. E. C. Patterson, Mary Somerville, British Journal for the History of Science 4 no. 16 (1969), 311-339.
  147. E. C. Patterson, Mary Somerville, Oxford University Press, New York (1979).
  148. E. C. Patterson, Mary Somerville and the Cultivation of Science, 102, Nijhoff, The Hague (1983).
  149. T. Perl, The Ladies' Diary or Woman's Almanack, 1704-1841, Historia Mathematica 6 no. 1 (1979), 36-53.
  150. T. Perl, Math Equals: Biographies of Women Mathematicians and Related Activities, Addison-Wesley, Menlo Park, CA (1978).
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  151. T. Perl, Women and Numbers-Lives of Women Mathematicians, Wide World Publishing.
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  152. T. Perl and J. Manning,Women, Numbers, and Dreams, National Women's History Project, Santa Rosa (1985).
  153. T. H. Perl and J. M. Manning,Women, Numbers, and Dreams: Biographical Sketches and Math Activities, National Women's History Project, Santa Rosa, CA (1982).
  154. R. Perry and L. Greber, Women and computers: an introduction, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 16 no. 1 (1990), 74-101.
  155. P. I. Polubarinove-Kochina,Love and Mathematics: Sofya Kovalevskaya, Mir, Moscow (1985).
  156. K. D. Rappaport, Rediscovering women mathematicians, Mathematical Associaiton of Two Year Colleges Journal 13 no. 1 (1979).
  157. K. D. Rappaport, Rediscovering women mathematicians, Mathematical Associaiton of Two Year Colleges Journal 13 no. 2 (1979), 94-97.
  158. K. D. Rappaport, Rediscovering women mathematicians, Mathematical Associaiton of Two Year Colleges Journal 13 no. 3 (1979), 174-178.
  159. K. D. Rappaport, S. Kovalevsky: A mathematical lesson, The American Mathematical Monthly 88 no. 8 (1981), 564-574.
  160. P. J. Read and B. L. Witlieb,The Book of Women's Firsts, Random House, New York (1992).
  161. C. Reid, The Autobiography of Julia Robinson, College Mathematics Journal 17 no. 1 (1986), 2-21.
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  162. C. Reid, Being Julia Robinson's sister, AWM Newsletter 26 no. 5 (1996), 22-28.
  163. C. Reid, Julia, A Life in Mathematics, Mathematics Association of America, Washington, DC (1996).
  164. L. Reimer and W. Reimer, Mathematicians are People Too, Dale Seymour, Menlo Park (1990).
  165. J. Rist, Hypatia, Phoenix 19 no. 3 (1965), 214-225.
  166. P. Rothman, Genius, gender and culture: Women mathematicians of the 19th century, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 13 (1988), 64-72.
  167. J. H. Sampson, Sophie Germain and the theory of numbers, Archive for the History of Exact Sciences 41 (1990), 157-161.
  168. P. Selvin, Profile of a field: mathematics [heroism is still the norm], Science 255 no. 5050 (1992), 1382-1383.
  169. R. Siegmund-Schultze, Hilda Geiringer-von Mises, Charlier series ideology, and the human side of the emancipation of applied mathematics at the university of Berlin during the 1920s, Historia Mathematica 20 (1993), 364-381.
  170. C. Smorynski, Julia Robinson, in memorium, The Mathematical Intelligencer 8 no. 2 (1986), 77-79.
  171. R. I. Soare, Louise Hay: 1935-1989, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 20 no. 1 (1990), 3-4.
  172. M. Somerville, Personal Recollections from Early Life to Old Age, of Mary Somerville, with Selections from Her Correspondence, Roberts Brothers, Boston (1876).
  173. B. Srinivasan, Ruth Moufang, 1905-1977, The Mathematical Intelligencer 6 no. 2 (1984), 51-55.
  174. B. Srinivasan and J. D. Sally, Emmy Noether in Bryn Mawr: Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by the Assoication for Women in Mathematics in Honor of Emmy Noether's 100th Birthday, , Springer, New York (1983).
  175. D. Stein, Ada: A Life and a Legacy, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA (1985).
  176. B. Stillman, Sofya Kovalevskaya: Growing up in the sixties, Russian Literature Triquarterly 9 (1974), 276-302.
  177. S. Stinnett, Women in statistics: Sesquicentennial activities (Part of a special issue on: American Statistical Assocation history), The American Statistitician 44 no. 2 (1990), 74-80.
  178. J. Tattersall and S. McMurran, Hertha Ayrton: A persistent experimenter, Journal of Women's History 7 no. 2 (1995), 86-112.
  179. G. J. Tee, The pioneering women mathematicians, Mathematical Chronicle 1/2 (1981), 31-56.
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  180. G. J. Tee, The pioneering women mathematicians, Mathematical Intelligencer 5 no. 4 (1983), 27-36.
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  181. B. Toole,  Ada, The Enchantress of Numbers: A Selection from the Letters of Lord Byron's Daughter and her Description of the First Computer, Strawberry Press, Sausalito, CA (1992).
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  182. D. M. Tracy and S. M. Davis, Females in mathematics: erasing a gender-related math myth, Arithmetic Teacher 37 no. 4 (1989), 8-11.
  183. S. Troemel-Ploetz, Mileva Einsten-Maric--The women who did Einstein’s mathematics, Women's Studies Internation Forum 13 no. 5 (1990), 415-432.
  184. C. Truesdell, Maria Gaetana Agnesi, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 40 (1989), 113-142.
  185. K. Uhlenbeck, Coming to Grips With Success: A Profile of Karen Uhlenbeck, Math Horizons 3 no. 4 (1996).
  186. R. Wallis and P. Wallis, Female Philomaths, Historia Mathematica 7 no. 1 (1980), 57-64.
  187. P. H. Weisbard, The History of Women and Science, Health and Technology, a Bibliographic Guide to the Professions and the Disciplines, , University of Wisconsin System Women's Studies Librarian, (1993).
  188. F. J. Weyl, Mina Rees, president-elect 1970, Science 1970 no. Feb 20 (1970), 1149-1151.
  189. H. Weyl, Emmy Noether, Scripta Mathematica 3 no. 3 (1935), 201-220.
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  190. A. Wheeler and O. Hazlett, Outstanding Women in Mathematics and Science, National Women's History Project.
  191. B. Whitman, An American woman in Gottingen, The Mathematical Intelligencer 15 (1993), 60-62.
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  192. B. Whitman,   S. Mary Frances Winston Newson: The first American woman to receive a Ph.D. in mathematics from a European university, Mathematics Teacher 1983 no. Nov (1983), 576-577.
  193. B. S. Whitman, Women in the American Mathematical Society before 1900, AWM Newsletter no. September/October 1983 (1983), 7-9.
  194. S. Wiegand, Grace Chisolm Young, AWM Newsletter 7 no. 3 (1977), 5-10.
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  195. S. Wiegand, Grace Chisholm Young and William Henry Young: A partnership of itinerant British mathematicians in the early twentiety century, (1994).
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  196. M. B. Williams, Carol Karp, Association for Women in Mathematics Newsletter 3 no. 1 (1973), 2-3.
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