Sep 3 2013
- Greta Olson (Giessen): Recovering from the Men We Loved to Hate: Barack Obama as a Representative of Post-Post September 11 White House Masculinity.
- Peggy Li (UC-Berkeley): Physical Attractiveness and Femininity: Helpful or Hurtful for Female Attorneys.
- Paul Sargent (SDSU): Reluctant Role Models: Men Teachers and the Reproduction of Hegemonic Masculinity.
- Mary E. Guy (Colorado): Inch by Inch: Gender Equity Since the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
- John M. Kang (St. Thomas): Does Manly Courage Exist?
- Karie Cross (Notre Dame): The Gendered Effects of Structural Violence.
- Marijke De Pauw (VUB): Women's Rights: From Bad to Worse? Assessing the Evolution of Incompatible Reservations to the CEDAW Convention.
- Estelle B. Freedman on feminism’s amazing achievement: Changing the conversation — and laws — about rape.
- Men are people and women are women: The Home Depot edition (and more).
- “There is no pressure for a girl to be a girl”: Caroline Kitchener on her quest to understand why some of her female friends are drawn to the frattiest social club on campus.
- Sarah Hawkes on how gender norms are killing men.
- The Pinterest Effect: Jessica Grose on the rise of DIY and the end of expertise — nouveau domesticity isn't just anti-feminist.
- Why do so many incompetent men become leaders? Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic wonders.
- The oldest war: Remember when the battle of the sexes was a laughing matter?