By Sophie Wang
Now that we’ve covered cultural and community locatedness, what about that tricky third one – historical locatedness? How is our science affected by our historical context? And what does that have to do with objectivity?
May 12, 2016
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Sophie Wang is a first-time comic artist, chronic garlic craver, and believer in a better science. You can find her on Twitter at @wangshuf.