Attneave at Noon - Academic Social Science as a Masculinity Contest Culture with Christin Munsch
In this series, the Clayman Institute for Gender Research welcomes gender scholars who are currently visiting campus to present their recent work and works-in-progress. Representing a range of disciplines and career stages, these informal lunches create a space for intellectual conversation about gender research and strengthen our feminist community.
This session will feature Professor Christin Munsch to discuss "Academic Social Science as a Masculinity Contest Culture."
All Stanford students and community members are welcome, with RSVP.
About the Speaker:
Christin Munsch is an award-winning sociologist studying gender and the workplace whose work has been published in American Sociological Review, Social Forces, and other leading journals. She received her Ph.D. in sociology from Cornell and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Stanford’s Clayman Institute for Gender Research. She is a current fellow at Stanford’s Center for Advanced studies in the Behavioral Sciences and an Associate Professor at the University of Connecticut.