The New Science of Sex Difference: a new paper by Professor Lisa Wade
While scientists across the academy have abandoned the nature/nurture dichotomy, evidence for the influences of society on our biology is greater than ever. This article reviews new developments in the biological sciences – in the sub-fields of genetics, hormones, and neuroscience – with special attention to the implications for sociologists interested in gender. The article closes with an argument that embracing these developments has both theoretical and methodological promise and can enhance rather than harm research and activism regarding gender equality and other social hierarchies.
Krystale Littlejohn will teach courses in Health and Illness, Marriage and Family, Quantitative Research Methods, and Demography.
We'll have food, presentations, awards, and more! Family, friends, and loved ones are welcome.
Friday May 3, 2013
Dumke Commons in Swan Hall
We congratulate the following students on getting Distinction on their senior theses: Manny Alvarez, Shayna Asher-Shapiro, Sean Embrey-Stine, Emily George, Nona Gronert, Sophie Mallet, and Erika Martin.