By Valérie Schafer, Benjamin G. Thierry
This very important quantity examines ecu views at the ancient relatives that girls have maintained with details and conversation applied sciences (ICTs), because the telegraph. positive aspects: describes how gendered networks have shaped round ICT because the overdue nineteenth Century; reports the gendered matters published through the clash among the actress Ms Sylviac and the French cell management in 1904, or by way of ‘feminine’ blogs; examines how gender representations, age different types, and makes use of of ICT have interaction and are collectively shaped in children’s magazines; illuminates the participation of ladies within the early days of computing, via a case learn at the Rothamsted information division; offers a comparative learn of ladies in computing in France, Finland and the united kingdom, revealing related gender divisions in the ICT professions of those nations; discusses range interventions and the half that background may perhaps (and may still) play to make sure ladies don't take moment position in particular occupational sectors.
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In 1877, a story of a British lieutenant in India and his “telegraphic wedding” was making the rounds in newspapers across the British Empire. 1 The young lieutenant was on sick leave and had taken up residence at a hotel not far from Poonah where he was stationed. There he was “immediately smitten” by a young lady to whom he proposed within merely a couple of days after first meeting. The lieutenant’s colonel, who also happened to be a friend of the young man’s father, was eager to halt the imminent marriage.
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Similar to the plot of ancient fairy tales, the princely inventor first had to conquer the dragon of science before he was eligible to marry the princess. In an inventor-focused framing of the history of the telegraph, women had little individual subjectivity in their relationship with science or technology. Positioning women solely as the muse of the inventor is not necessarily ill will on the side of the authors of such narratives. Rather, the absence of female subjects in the field of electrical science is based on the fact that there were no women engineers in electrical science at the time of telegraphic inventions.