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Knox brings author and cultural theorist Dr. Jackson Katz to lecture

Jackson Katz will present his lecture "More Than a Few Good Men: A Lecture on American Manhood and Violence Against Women" (Courtesy of Campus Life)

Jackson Katz will present his lecture “More Than a Few Good Men: A Lecture on American Manhood and Violence Against Women” (Courtesy of Campus Life)

Encouraging discussion of gender violence prevention and critical media literacy, Dr. Jackson Katz will lecture in Harbach on Monday, March 10. His lecture “More Than a Few Good Men: A Lecture on American Manhood and Violence Against Women” will reflect his work in the field of education against gender violence.

His first book, “The Macho Paradox: Why Some Men Hurt Women and How All Men Can Help” underscores his belief that violence against women is a cultural issue that is sometimes promoted through pornography, athletics and the music industry, and that all men can help prevent violence against women. His second book, “Leading Men: Presidential Campaigns and the Politics of Manhood,” discusses the female role and position politics and the presidency.

He will lecture will take place in Harbach Theater at 7:30 p.m.


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