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She’s “an academic superstar” whose work changed the way the world understands moral development in women. Psychologist Carol Gilligan’s groundbreaking work is now required reading at universities around the country, but few know she’s now branched out into fiction. Gilligan joins Kojo to talk about her career and explore the intersection of human behavior & gender assumptions.
- Carol Gilligan Gender Studies Scholar; and University Professor of Humanities and Applied Psychology, New York University; author of "In A Different Voice" (pub 1982); and author most recently of "Kyra" (Random House)
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