Friday, June 17, 2016

Live With Janice Fiamengo, Paul Elam, Jane Bloomfield and Karen Straughan

Join us on Thursday June 16, 2016 at 9:30PM for a live conversation with Janice Fiamengo, Paul Elam, Janet Bloomfield and Karen Straughan. We'll be discussing the upcoming International Conference On Men's Issues (ICMI 2016), the sexual assault conviction of Stanford swimmer Brock Turner, Hilary vs Trump, the exciting new site An Ear For Men, and much more. Click on the video below to watch now:

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

FundAnything Campaign To Attend And Cover ICMI 2016 In London, UK

This is admittedly a last minute attempt to attend and cover the International Conference On Men's Issues in London, UK, and I am asking for your support so that I can bring back original and compelling content for you to enjoy on Studio Brulé - documentation of protests and interviews of the speakers.  Click Here To Contribute To This Funding Campaign!
Video capture of the conference is covered by the organizers at Justice for Men And Boys, run by the inspiring and tireless Mike Buchanan, so I will not be covering any of the main conference, but my strength is really in capturing protests as I have at other events, like the

Thursday, June 2, 2016

Sons of Feminism, Call for Submissions

BOOK PROPOSAL, ed. Janice Fiamengo

I am seeking to publish a book with the provisional title *Sons of Feminism* (2017) about the experience of men growing up and finding their way in a post-feminist world.

My main audience for the book is ordinary men and women (especially women) who think feminism is about equality and justice for women.  I want them to have a glimpse of

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Degree-granting programs in Women and Gender Studies in Canada

The following are the Canadian universities that offer degree-granting programs in Women's and Gender Studies. I counted the full-time tenured (or tenure-track) professors teaching primarily within the programs:

Friday, April 15, 2016

Interdisciplinarity: Another Word for Emptiness

This is the second in my series of videos offering non-ideological reasons why programs in gender and women’s studies—or whatever they’re called, the names are proliferating—should be closed down. In Episode 32 I talked about the first and foremost reason: because these programs are about advocacy rather than knowledge: they are not about pursuing truth, which should be the only rationale of the university; they’re about