Building on Law’s modes of mattering (2004), the authors explore enactments of ‘women and science’ in various locations where gender and feminist approaches, science policies and support activities meet in European context. By exploring some of these ‘trading zones’ (Galison, 1999), the authors offer some suggestions on power and marginalization in the European Research Area, and introduce ‘retrenchment’ to explore an enactment building on an economic perspective of utility, resources and waste.
Linková, Marcela, Červinková, Alice. 2011. „What matters to women in science? Gender, power and bureaucracy.“ European Journal of Womens Studies 18 (3): 215-230. ISSN 1350-5068.