Bias Interrupted: Creating Inclusion for Real and for Good
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About the Author
Joan C. Williams is Distinguished Professor of Law, Hastings Foundation Chair and Director of the Center for WorkLife Law at the University of California, Hastings Law. Described as having something approaching rock star status in her field by the New York Times Magazine, she has played a central role in debates over workplace bias for decades. She has received prestigious honors in several different fields, including academia (Massey Lectures in American Civilization at Harvard), legal (both the Margaret Brent Prize for Women Lawyers of Achievement and the American Bar Foundation's Outstanding Scholar Award), engineering (the Society of Women Engineers President's Award), and psychology (an honorary degree, and the Distinguished Publication Award of the Association of Women in Psychology). Her 2014 co-written book What Works for Women at Work was praised by the New York Times Book Review as deftly combining sociological research with a more casual narrative style...[that] offers unabashedly straightforward advice in a how-to primer for ambitious women. Her 2017 book White Working Class was called by the Washington Post a good-faith effort at cultural and class introspection.
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