Gender and Chinese History
May 26, 2016
Beverly Bossler, professor of history, talks about her book, Gender and Chinese History: Transformative Encounters (University of Washington Press, 2015), in a recent interview on New Books Network.
A UC Davis study of the self-esteem gender gap around the world might surprise you found that the confidence gap between men and women is smallest in developing nations that rank low in gender equality.
UC Davis has launched a Feminist Research Institute (FRI) to examine how sex, gender, race and other social structures shape the production of scientific knowledge.
New research by UC Davis behavioral neuroscientists suggests oxytocin may have different effects in men and women—and in certain circumstances the hormone may actually trigger anxiety.
The popularly held sexual stereotype concludes that men want as many partners as possible, and women want stability and commitment. But what men and women want from relationships also depends heavily on the supply of potential partners, according to a UC Davis study.