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Joy Lisi Rankin

Joy Lisi Rankin is a Contributing Editor for Lady Science. She is also a consultant for the documentaries The Birth of BASIC and The Queen of Code and for the television show Girls Code. Rankin was an Exchange Scholar at MIT while earning her doctorate in History from Yale University, as well as a Visiting Scholar at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Prior to entering the academy, she had a successful career launching educational programs for students of all ages, which took her around the country. Her website is joyrankin.com.

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Cover: A People’s History of Computing in the United StatesA People’s History of Computing in the United StatesRankin, Joy LisiHARDCOVER10/08/2018$29.95
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