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- What Do You Mean I'm Not Equal Yet?! Women in the 21st Century - Jing Lyman Lecture featuring Katha PollittThis year's lecture will feature "The Nation" columnist, Katha Pollitt. “Katha Pollitt has long and rightly been hailed for her brilliance, wit, and great insight into politics, social issues, and...
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Born in Philadelphia in 1928, Jing Lyman became one of the most dynamic and inspiring champions for gender equality...
The Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University offers an annual lecture named in honor of Jing Lyman. Jing Lyman has connected, fueled, and inspired the women's movement since the 1960s - both at Stanford and on the national scene. She has organized on behalf of philanthropic funding for women and girls and also played an instrumental role in the founding of the Clayman Institute.
The Jing Lyman Lecture series recognizes women and men trailblazers who contribute significantly to gender equality over their lifetime. Special emphasis will be placed on inviting those whose work has influenced the way we think about gender equality via research, journalism, building organizations, or other work that has had a lasting impact on building a society where both women and men flourish.
We are proud to announce Sheryl Sanberg as the 2013 Jing Lyman Lecturer! For more information on the event, click here.
Speaker Nominations and Selection Process
The lectures will take place in Winter Quarter at Stanford University. Lecturers will be selected competitively. Nominations by must include a description of the contribution of the nominee to advancing gender equality. Special emphasis will be placed on inviting women of color, women who reach across traditional disciplinary boundaries, and women who play a public role in advancing gender equality. Nominations are accepted on a rolling basis as lecture slots are still available. Nominators are encouraged to contact the Clayman Institute [email] to discuss potential nominees and nomination requirements prior to submitting a nomination.
The Clayman Institute will provide publicity and will cover the costs of travel, a small honorarium, and networking events and meals.