Since 1974, the Clayman Institute for Gender Research has been committed to making the future feminist.

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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View Event Video: Why Indigenous Land Back is a Feminist Issue

View video online for this recent event, in which our panelists discuss the relationship between gender violence and the dispossession of Indigenous lands, the politics of gender in Indigenous land reclamation, and why Land Back is a feminist issue.

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Criminalizing Pregancy: Story and Video

In this recent event, leading scholars and journalists at the intellectual forefront of pregnancy discrimination described pregnant women’s legal and criminal precarity as a long-standing and deeply rooted American legacy.


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Leaders of Chinese Exclusion Resistance

Faculty Research Fellow KATHRYN GIN LUM looks at the 19th century and Chinese Exclusion, contrasting the moral and religious leadership of two Chinese American activists and public intellectuals.

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