Celebrating Clayman Institute Authors
Join us as we host book talks celebrating the recent release of books by Clayman Institute scholars.
This series began our director, Adrian Daub; Research Fellow Susan Krieger; former Postdoctoral Fellow Aliya Rao; and former Graduate Dissertation Fellow Priya Fielding-Singh. Former postdoctoral fellows Erin Cech and Megan Tobias Neely continued the series in Summer 2022. Showcasing the diversity of scholarship on gender, the books range from sociological research on gender and unemployment as well as family, class and nutrition; reflections on identity and experience through a memoir focusing on a long-term lesbian couple; and an account of modern German intellectual history through frameworks of family and kinship. In addition, one book examines the downsides of linking work and passion, and another identifies how the culture in high finance contributes to inequality. Taken together, all these scholars and authors drive important conversations about gender for audiences both inside and outside the academy.