The Clayman Institute for Gender Research

  • Marie-Louis Catsalis is the guest speaker for our Spring Artist's Salon. She will be presenting on the work of Francesco Durante. Catsalis trained a group of Stanford undergraduates to perform a modern-day premiere of Durante's...
  • From the intrepid team behind The Invisible War, comes The Hunting Ground, a piercing, monumental exposé of rape culture on campuses, poised to light a fire under a national debate. In a tour de force of verité footage, expert...
  • Please join the Clayman Institute and Morrison & Foerster for a book talk and panel discussion featuring Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Constituional Law, Kenji Yoshino, speaking about his new book, Speak Now:...
  • How do we construct a sense of security in increasingly insecure times? Amidst stagnating wages, volatile employment prospects, and competition from abroad, Americans are facing unprecedented levels of economic inequality and...
  • In honor of International Women's Day, win a mentorship meeting on May 19 with the Clayman team and Jill Abramson, former executive editor of The New York Times, and first female executive editor in the paper’s 160 year history...
  • A woman, immobilized, half-buried in a mound of earth, in the first act, then up to her neck in the second. Then only her mouth moves, and her eyes widen and narrow, blinking, fluttering back into memory.    The woman, Winnie,...

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Founded in 1974, the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University creates knowledge and seeks to implement change to promote gender equality. Our current focus is Moving Beyond the Stalled Gender Revolution. We are bringing together an intellectually diverse group of scholars to provide new insights into the barriers to women's advancement and to propose novel and workable solutions to advancing gender equality.

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  • How do we construct a sense of security in increasingly insecure times? Amidst stagnating wages, volatile employment prospects, and competition from...
  • A woman, immobilized, half-buried in a mound of earth, in the first act, then up to her neck in the second. Then only her mouth moves, and her eyes...