Nov 17, 2021 • 32M

Forces of Nature: The Women Who Changed Science

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Suzanne LaGrande
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In this episode of Disobedient Femmes, Suzanne LaGrande speaks with Anna Reser and Leila McNeill, authors of Forces of Nature: The Women: The Women Who Changed Science. In this interview, Anna and Leila discuss: The reasons why so few women scientists have been included in the history of science Some of the fascinating women scientists whose work is featured in Forces of Nature The institutional barriers that often barred women from the spaces where scientific discoveries and innovation were recorded The difference that women’s perspectives and experiences make in how science is practiced and understood. For more about Anna Reser and Leilla McNeil’s work, visit (, ( and ( For more interviews, kickass women writers, artists, healers, and activists, subscribe to the Disobedient Femmes Podcast at the link below. Join me on Fridays at the Healing Salon where I free workshops in craft magic and other healing arts ( For even more about me, as well as strange, mostly true stories and magic spells visit me at ( Thanks so much for listening! ★☆★ CONNECT WITH ME ★☆★ Website ➜ ( Podcast ➜ ( Facebook ➜ ( Instagram ➜ ( Pinterest ➜ ( Original theme music composed by Edward Givens. For more about his work, visit: (