This week we have it all: research on imposter syndrome, conversations on how to handle gender inequality at home, what the pandemic parenting meant for gender inequality, and an intro to the theoretical work of W.E.B. Du Bois.

Worth a Read (Sociologically Speaking)

Daniel Cueto-Villalobos rounded up research on imposter syndrome, how it relates to diversification efforts, and what we might do about it.

Sighting and Citings

The Atlantic wrote up “The Gender Researcher’s Guide to an Equal Marriage,” asking sociologists William Scarborough, Richard Petts, Daniela Negraia, and Caitlyn Collins how they handle gender inequality at home.

Backstage with TSP

Last week one of our new board members did their first round of discovery pitches, bringing three new research articles to our weekly board members that would make good discovery pieces. It was exciting to see the field from some fresh eyes and got us excited about what’s to come for TSP.

From our Partners

Jennifer Randles wrote for Council of Contemporary Families on pandemic parenting and the persistence of gender inequality.

From our Community Pages

Give Theory a Chance was in conversation with Dr. Matthew Clair this week, speaking about the work of W.E.B. Du Bois.

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