Why do campus sexual assaults happen? What should be done to prevent them? In their new book, 'Sexual Citizens', Dr. Jennifer Hirsch and Dr. Shamus Khan attempt to address these questions and offer a fresh way of thinking about how to prevent sexual assault on campus. The result transforms our understanding of sexual assault and provides a new roadmap for how to address it.
Wed, Apr 14, 2021 · 12:00 PM Central Time (US & Canada) (GMT -5:00)
  • Runtime: 60 min
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Dr. Shamus Khan
Co-Author of Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study of Sex, Power, and Assault on Campus
Dr. Shamus Khan is a professor of sociology and American studies at Princeton University and the author of dozens of books and articles on inequality, American Culture, gender, and elites. His work has appeared in the New Yorker, The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, and many other media outlets. 
Dr. Jennifer Hirsch
Co-Author of Sexual Citizens: A Landmark Study of Sex, Power, and Assault on Campus
Dr. Jennifer Hirsch is a professor of socio-medical sciences at Columbia University, and her research spans five intertwined domains: the anthropology of love; gender, sexuality and migration; sexual reproductive & HIV risk practices; social science research on sexual assault, and the intersection between anthropology and public health. She was recently named ‘Heroes in the Fight Against Gender-Based Violence’ of New York City. 
Stacey Popejoy LMSW
Stacey Popejoy is an Associate Clinical Professor with the School of Social Work at Wichita State University. Additionally, Ms. Popejoy is the Director of the Batterer Intervention Program at Offender Victim Ministries in Newton Kansas. Stacey has spent the past twenty years addressing the issues of domestic and sexual violence at the national, state, and local level. Ms. Popejoy is currently faculty for the Kansas Governor’s Office, Kansas Academy for Victim Services. She has extensive training experience including training for the Centers for Disease and Prevention, Kansas Attorney General’s Office, Kansas Parole Board, and many local community organization.