Men’s Studies

Men’s Studies Association of NOMAS honors American feminist scholars

The Men’s Studies Association of NOMAS wishes to identify and honor the many American scholars who, since the late 1960’s, have been: Notable Career Contributors to Social Science, from a Clearly Feminist Perspective.  .While any such list inevitably will be incomplete, the MSA has tentatively identified the following qualified social scientists: Paula Gunn Allen, Kathleen Barry, Pauline Bart, Sandra Bem, Jesse Bernard, Lee Bowker,

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Lincoln Did Not “Free the Slaves” – The Little-known Story of How Feminists Ended Slavery

By Dr. Robert Brannon   It is widely believed that human slavery was ended in the United States by Abraham Lincoln’s ‘Emancipation Proclamation’. This is not true. Human slavery was ended in America primarily by a grass-roots petition campaign led by radical feminists – in particular, by Susan Anthony and her close friend Elizabeth Stanton. Both women had been ardent and life-long Abolitionists. Susan

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Men’s Studies Association: Call for Papers!

The Men’s Studies Association is now accepting research paper, panel and presentation proposals for its 25th annual meeting to be announced. The Association seeks proposals that evaluate current advances in the scholarship of men’s studies and examine diverse aspects in gender identity, gender roles, masculinity, and the experiences of men’s lives. Please submit proposals by March 15, 2012, on a separate sheet of paper

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