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Welcome to the landing page for the Interdepartmental Program in Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity! This site will help you find information pertaining to the five areas of study within our program. This website explains:
This website describes the shared features of the undergraduate
programs. For more information on a specific program, such as its
faculty and course offerings, visit the individual program websites:Asian American Studies,
Studies, Comparative Studies, Jewish Studies, and Native American Studies.
Drawing on her research on gender stereotypes, Shelley Correll (Barbara D. Finberg Director of the Clayman Institute for Gender Research and Professor of Sociology, Stanford University) will illustrate how Clinton is held to higher standards and the "likability penalty" she faces for actively aspiring to a high status leadership role. She will also discuss the appeal of Trump as a representation of a specific type of white masculinity. Ina Coleman (Gender Equity Consultant, Sirenia Partners) will discuss the gender gap in American elections and delve into its history. She will also discuss women of color vis-a-vis to the voting gender gap. Jen Lawless (Director, Women & Politics Institute, and Professor of Government, American University) will present her newest work about gender and elections at the congressional level, with an exploration of the discrepancy in gender dynamics between congressional and presidential elections.
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