The academic year may be over, but if you're like us, you're looking for ways to engage with ideas related to gender equity year-round! From a scholarly perspective on gender quotas and books on women and leadership to a memoir about women's rights in Afghanistan and an anthology of essays on anti-racist policies, here is a roundup of gender-focused books by Harvard affiliates published in the last two years. 


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Rescuing Diversity from the DEI Backlash
Financial Times, June 20
Featured: Iris Bohnet, Albert Pratt Professor of Business and Government and WAPPP Co-Director

What Your Non-Binary Employees Need to Do Their Best Work
HBS Working Knowledge, June 18
Featured: Katie Baldiga Coffman, Piramal Associate Professor of Business Administration, HBS

Why We Need a Feminist Foreign Policy
The Kathmandu Post, June 17
Featured: Keshab Giri, WAPPP Research Fellow  (2023-2024)

The ABC of Gender in Negotiation
Rational Games Podcast, June 3
Featured: Hannah Riley Bowles, Roy E. Larsen Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and WAPPP Co-Director

Parents Play a Role in Leading Boys and Girls Down Different Paths of Study
Harvard Kennedy School, June 1
Featured: Michela Carlana, Assistant Professor of Public Policy; Women and Public Policy Program

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