Ludwig Flamm $[1]$, Albert Einstein-Natan Rosen $[2]$, Hermann Weyl $[3]$, John Wheeler-Fuller $[4,5]$, Homer G. Ellis $[6]$, K. Bronnikov $[7]$, Michael Morris-Kip Thorne$[8]$, M. Visser $[9]$, Edward Teo $[10]$, S. Kim-H.Lee $[11]$, Francisco Lobo $[12]$ and so on... are some names behind the history of wormhole physics. In particular, since the Ellis Drainhole and Morris-Thorne solutions, the physics of traversable wormholes have been quite active.

But, I would like to know:

Where are the (seminal or not) papers written by women, on traversable wormhole physics? Could you give me some references?

$[1]$ L. Flamm, Comments on Einstein’s Theory of Gravity ,Physikalische Zeitschrift $17, 448, 1916$.

$[2]$ A. Einstein and N. Rosen, The Particle Problem in the General Theory of Relativity , Phys. Rev, $48, 1935$.

$[3]$ H. Weyl, Philosophy of Mathematics and Natural Science, Princeton University Press, $1949$, $p.91$.

$[4]$ J. A. Wheeler, Geometrodynamics, Academic Press, New York and London, $1962$.

$[5]$ R. W. Fuller and J. A. Wheeler, Causality and Multiply-Connected Space-time , Phys. Rev., $128, 2, 1962$.

$[6]$ H. G. Ellis, Ether flow through a drainhole: A particle model in general relativity, Journal of Mathematical Physics, $14, 1, 1973$.

$[7]$ K. A. Bronnikov, Scalar-tensor theory and scalar charge. Acta Physica Polonica. $B4: 251–266, 1973$

$[8]$ M.S. Morris and K. S. Throne, Wormholes in General Relativity, Am. J. Phys., $56, 5, 1988$.

$[9]$ M. Visser, Lorentzian Wormholes, $1995$.

$[10]$ E. Teo, Rotating Traversable Wormholes, arXiv:gr-qc/9803098v2, $1998$.

$[11]$ S. Kim and H. Lee, Exact solutions of charged wormhole, arXiv:gr-qc/0102077v1, $2001$.

$[12]$ J. P. S. Lemos, F. S. N. Lobo and S. Q. Oliveira, Morris-Thorne wormholes with a cosmological constant, arXiv:gr-qc/0302049v2. $2003$



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