Prof. Patricia Yancey Martin, Ph.D. - Marie Jahoda Visiting Professor - Winter term 2007/08


Biography
Patricia Yancey Martin is a professor of sociology at Florida State University, USA. She is an activist, mentor and scholar whose work is at the forefront of gender studies. In particular, she analyses the connections between gender and organisations. Her research on masculinity in her studies of fraternal gang rape and her writings on gender and complex organizations stand as classics in the field. Yancey Martin has received various awards, including the Feminist Activism Award (2006) from the Sociologists for Women in Society.

Areas of Expertise

  • Gender
  • Organizations and work
  • Women's movements organizations
  • Sociology of the body
  • Violence against women
  • Field/qualitative methods


Courses and Lectures as Marie Jahoda Visiting Professor
Feminism and Gender in Organizations
Course, Faculty of Social Science, Ruhr University Bochum, winter term 2007/08, Wednesday, 10–12 a.m. (with Professor Ilse Lenz)

Selected Publications
Martin, Patricia Yancey. 2006. Rape Work: Victims, Gender, and Emotions in Organizational and Community Context. New York & London: Routledge.

Martin, Patricia Yancey. 2003. "Said and Done" vs. "saying and doing": Gendering practices, practicing gender at work. Gender & Society 17: 342–366.

Martin, Patricia Yancey, and D. Collinson. 2002. Across the water and over the pond: The developing field of gendered organizations. Gender, Work, & Organization 9 (3): 244–265.

Martin, Patricia Yancey. 2001. “Mobilizing Masculinities”: Women's Experiences of Men at Work. Organization 8 (4): 587–618.

Martin, Patricia Yancey, and D. Collinson. 1997. Gender and Sexuality in Organizations. In Revisioning Gender, ed. Myra Marx Ferree, Judith Lorber and Beth Hess, 285–310. Newbury Park CA: Sage.