An Interview with Judith Stacey
An interview with Judith Stacey (NYU), a towering figure in gender studies, interviewed by Philip Cohen (Maryland)

In this special episode of The Annex Sociology Podcast, Philip Cohen (University of Maryland, College Park) interviews with Judith Stacey of New York University, a towering figure in gender and culture studies. They discuss the evolution of feminism and gender studies over Stacey’s decades-long career.

Stacey has an extensive and award-winning publication record, which includes acclaimed books like Patriarchy and the Socialist Revolution in China (1983), Brave New Families (1990), In the Name of the Family (1996), and Unhitched: Love, Marriage, and Family Values from West Hollywood to Western China (2011). In 2012, Professor Stacey won a Lifetime Achievement Award from the ASA Section on Sexualities.

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