The Men's Story Project Participants

Men’s Story Project presentations and trainings can take place in diverse U.S. and international contexts. A description of MSP offerings is here. Please contact us for scheduling.

“The Men’s Story Project: Engaging Boys and Men for Healthy Masculinities and the Prevention of Violence Against Women”

  • Presentation at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs. Baltimore, MD, 3/16.
  • Presentation at Quinsigamond Community College. Worcester, MA, 11/15.
  • Presentation at USAID Gender-Based Violence Working Group meeting. Washington DC, 4/15.
  • Roundtable, International Conference on Masculinities: Engaging Men and Boys for Gender Equality. New York, 3/15.
  • Workshop, 5th International Colloquium on the Study of Men and Masculinities. Santiago, Chile, 1/15.
  • Public lecture in LGBT issues series, Commonwealth Club of California. San Francisco, CA, 8/14.
  • Workshop, 22ndAnnual Conference of the American Men’s Studies Association. Tacoma, WA, 3/14.
  • Lecture, University of California-San Francisco Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, 1/14.
  • Workshop, University of Oregon Men’s Center. Portland, OR, 1/14.
  • Keynote address for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, sponsored by Intrafraternity Council, ROTC, Vets for Vets, Promoting Awareness and Victim Empowerment (PAVE). University of Wisconsin – Madison, 10/13.
  • Workshop at Leadership, Strength & Power: Conference of the Latino Network of the East Bay. Oakland, CA, 10/13.
  • Workshop, Gender and Sexual Diversity Program. Colby College, 9/13.
  • Workshop at Forging Justice: National Conference on Men and Masculinities. Detroit, MI, 8/13.
  • English and Spanish training webinars, National Latino Network for Healthy Families and Communities, 5/13.
  • Parallel Event, United Nations Convention on the Status of Women. Sponsored by the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ίs of the United States. New York, 3/13.
  • Clinical Grand Rounds, Columbia University School of Social Work, 3/13.
  • Lecture, Harvard School of Public Health – Women, Gender and Health Concentration, 2/13.
  • Keynote address: Candace Scola Memorial Lecture. Worcester State University, 10/12.
  • Workshop at conference entitled “Paving a Rocky Road: Removing Barriers to Men’s Engagement,” sponsored by Men Against Violence and other men’s violence prevention groups. Tacoma, WA, 10/10.
  • Workshop, National Sexual Assault Conference sponsored by California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA), Los Angeles, 8/10.
  • Workshop, 2010 Campus Training Institute sponsored by CALCASA & U.S. Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women. Los Angeles, 6/10.
  • Social Enterprise Pitch presentation, Global Health and Innovation Conference. Yale University, 4/10.
  • Lecture, Family Violence course. San Jose State University, 10/09.

“The Men’s Story Project: Out Loud!” Film screening/discussion.

  • International Conference on Masculinities: Engaging Men and Boys for Gender Equality. New York, 3/15.
  • 5th International Colloquium on the Study of Men and Masculinities. Santiago, Chile, 1/15.
  • CentroArte Alameda. Santiago, Chile, 1/15.
  • University of Chile Medical School. Santiago, Chile, 1/15.
  • University of Chile Department of Business and Economics. Santiago, Chile, 1/15.
  • Men and Boys for Gender Justice International Film Festival. New Delhi, India, 11/14.
  • Forging Justice: National Conference on Men and Masculinities. Detroit, MI, 8/13.
  • Center for Transformative Change, sponsored by Latino Network of the East Bay. Berkeley, CA, 8/13.
  • La Peña Cultural Center, sponsored by Latino Network of the East Bay. Berkeley, CA, 7/13.
  • Museum of Memory and Human Rights. Santiago, 12/12.
  • University of Concepción School of Social Work, in observance of Human Rights Day – Santiago, 12/12.
  • Alberto Hurtado University, Department of Psychology. Santiago, 12/12.
  • Central University of Santiago Law School. Santiago, 11/12.
  • UC-Berkeley Center for Latin American Studies. Berkeley, 10/12.

“‘Cracking the Code on Machismo’ – A Qualitative Evaluation of the Men’s Story Project”

  • Roundtable, International Conference on Masculinities: Engaging Men and Boys for Gender Equality. New York, 3/15.
  • Poster presentation, Second MenEngage Global Symposium. New Delhi, India, 11/14.

“Creating a Men’s Story Project Production on Campus”

  • Daylong training, University of Oregon, 1/14.
  • Daylong training, Humboldt State University, 9/12.

“Telling Nonfiction Stories for Social Change”

  • Lecture in three Advocacy courses, Columbia University School of Social Work, 3/13.
  • StoryLab lecture, Stanford University Storytelling Project, 1/13.

“Engaging Men for Healthy Masculinities and Sexual Violence Prevention via the Performing Arts”

  • Training for Engaging Men in Preventing Sexual Violence Summit, sponsored by Texas Association Against Sexual Assault and U.S. Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women, 11/12.

“The Men’s Story Project: Project Model, Work to Date, and Future Directions”

  • Seminar – 1st National Conference for Campus-Based Men’s Gender Equality & Anti-Violence Groups. John’s College, 11/09.
  • Seminar – UC-San Francisco Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, 11/09
  • Workshop – Roots of Change: Men, Sex & Justice – 34th National Conference on Men and Masculinity; 2nd Biennial Statewide Conference on Sexual Violence Prevention. Portland State University, Oregon, 10/09.
  • Seminar – Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, Dept. of Population and Family Health, 10/09.
  • Film screening & discussion – Global Symposium on Engaging Men and Boys for Gender Equality. Rio de Janeiro, 4/09.