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**  issues in the philosophy of science & technology, visual culture, and feminist science studies  **

First Published:  March 2004
Revised (substantive):  8 May 2021


S O R R Y,  but this Web page (“The Issues”) and section for the old was discontinued with the launch of the new in 2012.

I continue to use most of the same information hierarchies — HOME, the PLAYERS, IN BRIEF, GALLERY, LIBRARY, REFERENCES, PREVIEWS — to structure website content, but the area of the old section entitled “the ISSUES” has been dropped from the new, and replaced by a new section called “STUDIES.”

Ornament from 19th-century edition of Capt. John Smith's publications on North America