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Clayman Institute announces 2011-12 postdoctoral fellows

The Clayman Institute is pleased to announce our two Postdoctoral Research Fellows for 2011-12: Lauren Aguilar and Erin Cech. This was a banner year for interest in the Clayman Institute Postdoctoral Research Fellowship, drawing applications from gender scholars at top universities both nationally and internationally. The Clayman Institute Postdoctoral Research Fellows join our efforts to create new gender thinking to move Beyond the Stalled Gender Revolution. The fellows contribute to our work by translating gender research for a broader audience and participating to our ongoing interdisciplinary collaborations to advance gender equality

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The Clayman Institute announces 2011 Lozoff and Yalom prize winners

The Clayman Institute is pleased to announce the winners of two awards for Stanford graduate students. Scott Spillman, a graduate student in the History Department, is the 2011 winner of the Marjorie Lozoff Graduate Essay Prize for his article, “Institutional Limits: Christine Ladd-Franklin, Fellowships, and American Women’s Academic Careers, 1880-1920.” Yvon Wang won this year’s Marilyn Yalom Research Fund award to support research for her dissertation, “Protecting the Hearts of the People: Sex, Media, and State in China, 1875-1927.”

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2011 Spring Series: gender and the intersections of race, class and sexuality

The Clayman Institute’s Spring 2011 Series addresses the uneven nature of the stall in the gender revolution, looking at the intersections of race, class and sexuality. Our speakers will look at these intersections to see what they can tell us about the stall and present workable solutions to move beyond where we are today.

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Routledge History Author of the Month March 2011: Karen Offen

Karen Offen, Senior Scholar with the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, has been named the Routledge History Author of the Month for March.

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Clayman Institute graduate fellowships, grants, and prizes

GDF 09-10.1As one of the nation’s oldest and most distinguished institutes focused on interdisciplinary gender research, the Clayman Institute offers a number of opportunities to support graduate students working on gender topics. We invite graduate students working on research topics on women and/or gender to apply. All applications are due February 15, 2011.

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