Paul Nathanson is a retired researcher in the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University. Katherine K. Young is professor emerita in the Faculty of Religious Studies at McGill University. They are the co-authors of Spreading Misandry, Legalizing Misandry, and Sanctifying Misandry.
"Written in engaging and readable prose and built on a rich multidisciplinary source base, this work will appeal to a wide audience, most especially to those with interests in history, gender studies, and cultural anthropology. Highly recommended." - Choice "The importance of Replacing Misandry and its authors' earlier volumes on the disparagement of boys and men in contemporary culture cannot be underestimated. Nathanson and Young have pioneered in identifying and naming a dangerous cultural trend that thre "This is a brilliant advance, a tour de force. There is nothing quite like it in terms of historical sweep and analytical depth, and all imbued with humanism. The scholarship is excellent, the topic is well researched, the text is well written, and the arguments are clear, calm, and cogent." Anthony Synnott, Concordia University and author of Rethinking Men: Heroes, Villains, and Victims