A conversation on twitter yesterday made me realize I couldn't name a single logic textbook written by a woman (other than my own draft book), where by "logic textbook" I intended to capture "book I could use as a primary text for an intro logic or advance logic course". Twitter to the rescue, I got lots of suggestions. So I've decided to collate them here. If there are any missing, please share in the comments.
- Logic of Mathematics: A Modern Course of Classical Logic, by Zofia Adamowicz & Pawel Zbierski
- Fundamentals of Symbolic Logic, by Alice Ambrose and Morris Lazerowitz
- An Introduction to Many-Valued and Fuzzy Logic: Semantics, Algebras, and Derivation Systems, by Merrie Bergmann
- The Logic Book, by Merrie Bergmann, James Moor, & Jack Nelson.
- Philosophy of Logics, by Susan Haack (this couldn't quite serve as a primary textbook, but could definitely be a very heavily used secondary book).
- Elements of Logic as a Science of Propositions, by Emily Elizabeth Constance Jones (Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1890). https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/emily-elizabeth-constance-jones/
- Understanding Symbolic Logic, by Virginia Klenk
- An Introduction to Symbolic Logic, by Susanne K. Langer
- Structural Proof Theory, by Sara Negri & Jan van Plato
- Proof Analysis, by Sara Negri & Jan van Plato
- Dual Tableaux: Foundations, Methodology, Case Studies, by Ewa Orlowska & Joanna Golińska-Pilarek
- An Algebraic Approach to Non-Classical Logics, by Helena Rasiowa.
- Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking, by Merrilee H. Salmon
- The Logical Status of Diagrams, by Sun-Joo Shin
- First Steps in Modal Logic, by Harold Simmons (nom de plume for Sally Popkorn)
- A Modern Introduction to Logic (1930), by Susan Stebbing
- Logic in Practice (1934), by Susan Stebbing
- A Modern Elementary Logic (1943), by Susan Stebbing
- Three Views of Logic: Mathematics, Philosophy, and Computer Science, by Donald W. Loveland, Richard E. Hodel, & S.G. Sterrett
- What is Logic?, by Sara L. Uckelman
I also received a couple suggestions for linguistics books:
- Mathematical Methods in Linguistics, by Barbara Partee
- Semantics in General Grammar, by Irene Heim & Angelika Kratzer.
- Introduction to Natural Language Semantics, by Henriette de Swart.
Finally, someone else mentioned this, which isn't quite logic, but since it's logic-adjacent I'll happily include it:
- A Philosophical Introduction to Probability, by Maria Carla Galavotti
(Last updated 22 April 18).