IG in Conversation: COVID-19, Racism, and Masculinity

29 May 2020

The IG in Conversation series uses intersectional expertise to explore emerging issues.

On May 29, 2020, IG had a discussion with Dr. Catherine Clune-Taylor (San Diego State University) as she considered the COVID-19 pandemic under the sign of racism and gender, with a focus on masculinity.

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The IG in Conversation Series uses intersectional expertise to explore emerging issues. Listen to our other conversations:

  1. Conversation #1: COVID-19 and Gender with Dr. Amy Kaler
  2. Conversation #2: COVID-19, Racism, and Masculinity with Dr. Catherine Clune-Taylor
  3. Conversation #3: Intersectionality, COVID-19, and Healthcare Workers with Dr. Bukola Salami
  4. Conversation #4: COVID-19 and Gender-Based Violence with Dr. Lise Gotell
  5. Conversation #5: Institutional Racism with with Dr. Shirley Anne Tate and Dr. Chris Andersen