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E.J. Graff

writer, activist

E. J. Graff is a freelance writer and author of *What Is Marriage For? The Strange Social History of Our Most Intimate Institution* (Beacon Press, 1999). E.J. Graff, a Women's Studies Research Center resident scholar, directs the Gender & Justice Project at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism, where she investigates and reports on injustices facing women and children. Before joining the Institute, she collaborated on former Lt. Governor Evelyn Murphys book *Getting Even: Why Women Still Don't Make As Much As Men--And What To Do So We Will*, published by Simon & Schuster/Touchstone in October 2005. Her work is cited in legal journals, reprinted for use in courses, entered as courtroom exhibits, and quoted by government policymaking bodies. Ms. Graff is a senior correspondent for *The American Prospect* and a contributor to TPMCafe.com. Her work has appeared in such publications as *The New York Times Magazine*, *The Washington Post*, *The Boston Globe*, the *Columbia Journalism Review*, the *Los Angeles Times*, *Ms.*, *The Nation*, *The New Republic*, and more than a dozen anthologies. She has appeared in several documentaries; been interviewed by such media outlets as NPR, BBC, PBS, MTV, satellite radio, and cable news; and spoken or debated in public forums in the U.S. and abroad. She has been a visiting scholar at the Radcliffe Schlesinger Library and a liberal arts fellow at Harvard Law School.