Women In Science History Kick-Off

March 1, 2017 Uncategorized 7

Alright everyone! I’m excited to announce that since today is the first day of Women’s History Month, it’s time for the Women In Science History reading challenge. If you’d like to join in, be sure to add a sign-up post to the link-up and check out my list of suggested books, both available here. I’ll post a link-up at the end of each full week this month (March 11, 18, 25, and April 1) for any reviews you do. Let me know what you’re planning on reading! Here’s my reading list:

7 Responses to “Women In Science History Kick-Off”

    • DoingDewey

      I know I’m excited about the books it’s gotten my to read so far! I hope you’re able to fit it in 🙂

  1. TJ @ MyBookStrings

    I’m really hoping that I’ll get to read On Her Own Terms this month, but at the moment, I am super busy. But I bought this book, about Annie Montague Alexander, specifically for this event, so I am going to try hard to get to it. And I still have Passionate Minds, about Emilie du Chatelet, sitting unread next to my bed.
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