The Clayman Institute for Gender Research began in 1974 as the first of its kind and remains at the 
cutting edge of gender research.

The Institute empowers students and scholars in three key ways. We conduct and invest in intersectional gender research; mentor students through fellowships and internships; and inspire, translate, and amplify gender scholarship. More about us

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In bed with the right

New episode of podcast: Taylor Swift

Follow Adrian following Moira following various conservative pundits down what is already shaping up to be one of 2024's weirder rabbit holes: the Great Taylor Swift Conspiracy! 

Angèle Christin

The diverse and precarious "influencer economy"

Faculty Fellow ANGÈLE CHRISTIN uses a wide range of methods to investigate digital influencers and the broader social worlds in which they operate.

Anita Hill speaking at lectern

Anita Hill's politics of hope

Thank you to everyone who joined us Jan. 25 for the Jing Lyman Lecture series presenting ANITA HILL. Read about the event or view the video.

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50 years of gender research; 60-plus podcast episodes; 5200 Gender News subscribers; 17 fellowship opportunities; 280-plus fellows supported
At a moment of intense global crisis, the Clayman Institute offers an ideal model of an inclusive, diverse, and generative environment that should be the standard in academia.
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