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Clayman Institute Announces 2011-12 Stanford Faculty Research Fellows
The Clayman Institute is pleased to announce eleven Stanford Faculty Research Fellows for 2011-2012. The new fellows will mark the second year of the Institute’s focus on the theme of "Beyond the Stalled Revolution: Reinvigorating Gender Equality in the Twenty-first Century." Our faculty fellows, who represent nine disciplines, will contribute to our ongoing interdisciplinary collaboration to advance gender equality.
The Clayman Institute 2011-12 Fellows
- Terry Berlier, Department of Art and Art History
- Michele Elam, Department of English
- Corey D. Fields, Department of Sociology
- Deborah Gordon, Department of Biology
- Allyson Hobbs, Department of History
- Miyako Inoue, Department of Anthropology
- Robert Jackler, Stanford School of Medicine
- Jisha Menon, Department of Drama
- Natalie Rasgon, Stanford School of Medicine
- Greg Walton, Department of Psychology
- Lynn Marie Westphal, Stanford School of Medicine
The Clayman faculty fellowship program fosters intellectual and social innovation through interdisciplinary gender studies. The Clayman fellowship program brings together an intellectually diverse group of Stanford scholars, creating a vibrant dialogue where scholars share their latest gender research.