Hanna Rosin on the End of Men and the Rise of Women
October 15, 2013
William W. Philip Hall
Hanna Rosin, senior editor at The Atlantic, editor and founder of Slate’s women’s section DoubleX, and author of a new book, The End of Men and the Rise of Women, presented the findings, both statistical and anecdotal, that she uncovered while preparing her book. Ultimately, she laid out her reasons for believing that, although men currently seem unwilling to adjust to new realities that are changing their roles in society, they “may become more flexible as the world around them continues to change.”
About Hanna Rosin
Rosin grew up in Israel, and moved to New York City when she was five. She attended Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan, and got a degree in comparative literature at Stanford University. She worked at The New Republic, and wrote regularly for GQ, and New York magazines. She became the religion reporter at the Washington Post in 2005, and wrote for The New Yorker. Her first book, God’s Harvard: A Christian College on a Mission to Save America, was based on a New Yorker article. She is currently a senior editor at The Atlantic magazine.