The Institute for Research on Male Supremacism provides in-depth research and timely analysis of male supremacist mobilization, ideology, and violence to support media, activists, and other researchers challenging misogyny and transmisogyny.

New Article: Media Responses to Male Supremacist Attack in Hanau

IRMS fellows Greta Jasser, Megan Kelly, and Ann-Kathrin Rothermel recently published an article for the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism analyzing media responses to the racism and misogyny underpinning the February attack at a bar in Germany. The authors call for a more nuanced approach to reporting, particularly one that acknowledges misogyny as systematic and already intertwined into everyday life rather than a fringe belief system.


Webinar Panel on DeVos' Title IX Regulations: Now Online

If you missed our panel discussion on the Trump administration’s new Title IX regulations, the public video recording is now available online. Moderated by IRMS executive director Alex DiBranco, the slate of panelists includes Nicole Bedera, Jessica Cabrera, Jackie Cruz, Wagatwe Wanjuki, Andrea Pino-Silva, and Alexandra Brodsky. Our previous webinars on "incel" and "Red Pill" ideologies and right-wing responses to the COVID-19 crisis can also be streamed on the IRMS YouTube channel.


Mentorship Opportunity for Research on Male Supremacism

We are now accepting applications for emerging researchers on male supremacism who wish to participate in the institute’s mentorship program. This opportunity is for those who are beginning projects on subjects related to male supremacism and misogyny who would benefit from the expertise of researchers already conducting work in this field. The program is open to researchers at all levels of academia and independent researchers.