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Here you find suggested reading on topics related to women in physics. If you want to contribute to the list, please email us at mail@kvinderifysik.dk.

Unwomen
Women’s full and equal participation in all facets of society is a fundamental human right. Yet, around the world, from politics to entertainment to the workplace, women and girls are largely underrepresented. Take a closer look at this gender-imbalanced picture over time.

The National Girls Collaborative Project brings together organizations throughout the United States and Puerto Rico that are committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)

EUROPEAN COMMISSION, 2018, title: She figures 2018

Antelo, 2015, title: She figures 2015

Colette Guillopé and Marie-Françoise Roy, 2019, title:  Gender gap in science

Paula A. Johnson, Sheila E. Widnall, and Frazier F. Benya, 2018, Sexual harassment of women

Neven Caplar, Sandro Tacchella, Simon Birrer , 2016, Quantitative Evaluation of Gender Bias in Astronomical Publications from Citation Counts

Nielsen, 2018, title: Scientific Performance Assessments Through a Gender Lens

White, 2018, title: Sex, gender, and physics, and the introductory physics classroom

Blue et al, 2018, title: Gender matters

Hazari et al, 2018, title: Towards Meaningful Physics Recognition: What does this recognition actually look like

Lunnemann et al, 2018, title: Gender Bias In Nobel Prizes

Hampton et al, 2018, title: Women Scientists Who Made Nuclear Astrophysics

Angela Saini, 2018, book: Inferior

Stoet et al, 2018, title: The Gender-Equality Paradox in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education

Traxler et al, 2016, title: Enriching gender in physics education research: A binary past and a complex future

Barthelemy et al, 2016, title: Gender discrimination in physics and astronomy: Graduate student experiences of sexism and gender microaggressions

Milkman et al, 2015, title: What happens before? A field experiment exploring how pay and representation differentially shape bias on the pathway into organizations

Nathan & Lee, 2015, title: Cultural Diversity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship: Firm‐level Evidence from London

Handley et al, 2015, title: Quality of evidence revealing subtle gender biases in science is in the eye of the beholder

Freeman & Huang, 2014, title: Collaboration: Strength in diversity

Diaz-Garcia, 2014, title: Environmental Orientation as a Determinant of Innovation Performance in Young SMEs

Reuben et al, 2014, title: How stereotypes impair women’s careers in science

Moss-Racusin et al, 2012, title:  Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male studentsScience faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students

Moss et al, 2012, title: Science faculty’s subtle gender biases favor male students

Philips et al, 2008, title: To Disclose or Not to Disclose? Status Distance and Self-Disclosure in Diverse Environments

Trix et al, 2003, title: Exploring the Color of Glass: Letters of Recommendation for Female and Male Medical Faculty

Wennerås et al, 1997, title: Nepotism and sexism in peer-review