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Revanchist Masculinity and the Framing of Identity: How Pimps View Women, Domination, and Themselves

The Crime, Law and Deviance Workshop of the NYU Sociology Department and the Institute for Law and Society

Friday, December 2

2 to 4 pm
295 Lafayette Street
4th Floor Conference Room

To discuss a draft paper by Max Besbris, a doctoral candidate in the Sociology Department. The title of his paper is Revanchist Masculinity and the Framing of Identity: How Pimps View Women, Domination, and Themselves.

The paper is not attached because of the restrictions the Lyris system imposes on the size of files that can be sent out to the list. Anyone wanting a copy may request one by e-mailing me at dg4(at)nyu.edu.

Light refreshments will be served at the workshop.
– David Greenberg

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