By Helena Mary Pycior, Nancy G. Slack
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Kate eventually resigned her curatorship, and the couple, relying on Townshend's independent income, devoted their lives to botanical exploration (together and separately), research, and writing. As Ogilvie shows, nepotism and a certain amount of creativity in circumventing institutional restraints combined to sustain the largely collaborative partnership of the Maunders (chapter 16). In 1890, unhappy with his subordinate position at the Royal Observatory at Greenwich and concerned about advancing professionalism in British astronomy, Walter Maunder formed the British Astronomical Association (BAA), which was open to amateurs and women as well as more established men astronomers.
The collection uncovers credit sharing ranging from that which was meritocratic and gender-neutral through plagiarism, by which a husband, often with his wife's complicity, signed his name alone to joint work. Although this study explicitly concerns scientific creativity in the context of cross-gender, formalized intimacy, some of its conclusions hold the promise of general significance in the study of scientific collaboration, since, like scientific couples, unisexual research teams or those pairing unmarried women and men were (and are) controlled by power relationships, personalities, and institutional factors as well as accepted scientific methods and norms.
Helena Mary), 1947- . II. Slack, Nancy G. III. , 1947- IV. Title: Creative couples. V. Series. 2'2dc20 [B]94-41059 British Cataloging-in-Publication information available This collection copyright © 1996 by Rutgers, The State University Individual chapters copyright © 1996 in the names of their authors All rights reserved Manufactured in the United States of America Page V CONTENTS Series Foreword ix Introduction Helena M. Pycior, Nancy G. Slack, and Pnina G. Abir-Am 3 PART I Peaks of Collaborative Success: The Nobelist Couples 1 Pierre Curie and "His Eminent Collaborator Mme Curie": Complementary Partners Helena M.
Creative couples in the sciences by Helena Mary Pycior, Nancy G. Slack