Cliff Leek is a PhD student in the Department of Sociology at Stony Brook University (SUNY), Managing Editor of Men and Masculinities, a Research Fellow at Catalyst Inc., and former Program Director of the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities. He is writing his dissertation on the changing role of men, boys, and masculinities in international development.
2016 - Tolman, Richard M.; Casey, Erin A.; Allen, Christopher T.; Carlson, Juliana; Leek, Cliff and Heather L. Storer. “A Global Exploratory Analysis of Men Participating in Gender-Based Violence Prevention.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
2016 - Leek, Cliff. "Violence as a Cultural Process" in Theory in Action, 9(4).
2015 - Leek, Cliff. "Cumulative Advantage among NGOs Engaging Men in Violence Prevention" in The Journal of Men's Studies, 23(2).
2014 - Kimmel, Michael and Leek, Cliff. “’There is a GunMAN on Campus’: Including Identity in Mass Shooting Discourse” in Gun Violence in Public Life. Edited by Ben Agger and Tim Luke: Paradigm Publishers.
2014 - Leek, Cliff and Kimmel, Michael. “Conceptualizing Intersectionality in Super-ordination: Masculinities, Whitenesses, and Dominant Classes” in The Routledge International Handbook of Race, Class, and Gender. Edited by Shirley Jackson: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
2013 - Leek, Cliff. “Whiter Shades of Pale: On the Plurality of Whitenesses” in Privilege: A Reader (3rd Edition). Edited by Michael Kimmel and Abby Ferber: Westview Press.