The list is more compendium than curated. Could you add 2–3 lines each as to why we should read them?
By the way, I’ve heard Sandra Harding speak and tried to read some of her work. Her ignorance of and simultaneous disdain for actual math or science is so high it is hard to consider her seriously. By the way issues of race, gender and culture and their contributions to “Western Science” are important, and there is no doubt that sexism runs deep amongst scientists and mathematicians, but Harding like approaches are not going to make any headway.
I’m surprised that Virginia Valian didn’t make your list.
I will look at the books by Jerome&Taylor, Grave and Whitten.