Quite a few out there already, though. Re de Garis: Margaret Wertheim's
PYTHAGORAS' TROUSERS (1995, Random House), A. Sayre's ROSALIND FRANKLIN AND
DNA: A Vivid View of What It Is Like to be a Gifted Woman in an Especially
Male Profession (1975, Norton), THE MISMEASURE OF WOMAN (which I haven't
seen, female author's name forgotten [by a sadly salient metonymy], but
sounds like a suitable companion to Gould's book). And of course Joanna
Russ's HOW TO SUPPRESS WOMEN'S WRITING (1983, Women's Press).