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Cultivating Women, Cultivating Science Flora's Daughters and Botany in England, 1760 to 1860

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By: Ann B Shteir
301 pages, 43 illus
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  • Cultivating Women, Cultivating Science ISBN: 9780801861758 Paperback Dec 1999 Out of Print #94951
  • Cultivating Women, Cultivating Science ISBN: 9780801851414 Hardback Oct 2004 Out of Print #53322
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Explores the contributions of women to the field of botany before and after the dawn of the Victorian age.

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Ann B. Shteir is a professor of humanities and women's studies at York University.

Out of Print
By: Ann B Shteir
301 pages, 43 illus
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'Recipient of the American Historical Association's Joan Kelly Memorial Prize in Women's History'

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