Are women becoming the dominant gender?

in Boston University School of Law, Conferences & Workshops
October 2nd, 2012

hanna-rosin-the-end-of-men-web-bwThe Boston University School of Law will host a conference October 12-13 titled Evaluating Claims about “the End of Men”: Legal and Other Perspectives. Speakers will discuss the remarkable progress women have made in society and how they have surpassed men to become the dominant sex. The conference will dive into comparative gender analysis in areas including education, the workplace, family, class, race and religion.

Hanna Rosin (left), author of the just-published The End of Men and The Rise of Women, (Riverhead Books) will deliver the keynote with a luncheon address by Joan Williams, University of California Hastings College of Law. For a full list of speakers and additional information, please visit:

This conference will take place at 765 Commonwealth Avenue and is free and open to the public. To register, please complete a registration form and submit it via email or fax. On-site registration will be available, however advanced registration is recommended.

For registration questions, please contact Elizabeth Aggott at and for academic questions, contact Professor Linda McClain at


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