The American Men’s Studies Association at its Annual Meeting on March 28, 2014 at the University of Washington – Tacoma. awarded its 2014 Loren Frankel Scholarships to three young scholars who presented papers at the Annual Meeting.
The recipients were:
- Markus Gerke, doctoral student in Sociology at Stony Brook University, who presented the paper: “Appropriation of Feminist Rhetoric in the Panic about Boy’s Education” in the session “Challenging Discourses”
- Michael J. Goebel, doctoral candidate in Cultural Studies at George Mason and Iowa State Universities, who presented the paper: “Beached White Male: Imperiled Masculinity in the Great Recession” in the session “Class, Race and Space”
- Nicholas Marino, doctoral candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Purdue University. who presented the paper: “Masculinity: The Writing Classroom and the Interdisciplinary Study of Men and Masculinity” in the session “Engaging Masculinities in Higher Education.”
AMSA awards one or more scholarships annually to encourage scholarship in men’s studies with on-going thanks to all those who have contributed to the Loren Frankel Scholarship Fund.