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Vancouver STEMminist Book Club
July 9, 2019
In our second meeting of the Vancouver STEMminist book club we will be reading “Inferior: How Science got Women Wrong” by Angela Saini. Join us on the lovely terrace at Hycroft Manor (with or without a glass of wine, or other beverage) to discuss how women are included in science, and discussions around biology, psychology, and anthropology.
We will do a quick overview of the book at the beginning of the session followed by a deeper discussion. It is suggested to read the book, but we welcome you to attend and contribute to the discussion either way. All voices and perspectives are welcomed.
“Inferio” is available online and in select book stores, and or may be ordered in by your favourite bookstore.
About the STEMminist Book Club Vancouver chapter:
The plan is to mirror the STEMminist Bookclub that was started in Australia by Dr. Caroline Ford (@DrCFord). We will aim to read one book every two months followed by an in-person meeting here in Vancouver, BC. You can also able to contribute to the discussion online on twitter @stemminist / #stemministbc.
If you are interested in the contributions of women to science, learning more about the history of science, and want to talk about some of the issues and stories brought up in the books this is the book club for you!
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Free street parking in the surrounding area.
99 bus, walk or bus up Granville St from Broadway to 16th Ave
33 bus, walk up McRae Ave.
What can I bring into the event?
We welcome you to bring your children.
Tea and Coffee, Wine, Beer, soft drinks will be available for purchase from the venue. Bringing your own non-alcoholic drinks is also welcome.
Food will be available for purchase, and you are also welcome to bring your own.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?