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Material by and about MILES GROTH
  • “Male Studies and Men’s Studies: Not Simply a Matter of Words,” an article by Miles Groth, published Feb. 28, 2010, in the online periodical Men’s News Daily
  • An April 8, 2010 article by Jennifer Epstein in the online periodical Inside Higher Ed focused on a conference hosted at Wagner College by psychology professor Miles Groth on April 7 to explore “a new academic discipline focusing on male studies at the university level.” The story was highlighted in IHE’s monthly roundup as one of the top three most commented upon stories — 85 at the last count. This event was the most written about activity on the Wagner College campus in years, bar none; 26 stories were posted following the April 7 event on the websites of such periodicals and blogs as the Huffington Post, the Washington Post, Forbes, the National Post (Canada),, Fox News, the Calgary Herald, The Dartmouth, Mother Jones and Times Higher Education. The Inside Higher Ed piece is a good representative of the massive coverage, as are the comments posted at the end of the story.
  • Interview on Australian radio talk show, “Dads on the Air,” May 11, 2010
  • On July 9, 2010, Miles Groth was interviewed on Liberal Arts Radio by Mark Sutton for his “Arts & Politics Collide” program. The interview provides an overview of the field of men’s and boyhood studies, in which Groth is an acknowledged leader.
  • A pair of articles in the July 10, 2010 issue of the Staten Island Advance:
    • “The Male Crisis: There’s a Shortage of Men on Campus, and a Wagner College Professor Wants to Know Why,” by Maureen Donnelly
    • “Men’s Major May be Coming to School Near You: If a Psychology Professor has it His Way, the First One of its Kind will Commence at Wagner College,” by Elise McIntosh
  • A new book co-edited by Miles Groth, “Engaging College Men: Discovering What Works and Why,” is a collection of essays by mentors of college men and high school boys on what works to increase their engagement as citizens and participants in the common good. (Published Aug. 1, 2010)
  • On Aug. 18, 2010, Chris Blazina, host of the Internet radio program “The Secret Lives of Men,” interviewed Miles Groth.
  • “New Life for Men on College Campuses,” written by Miles Groth for the online periodical A Voice for Men, Nov. 8, 2010
  • “The Tide has Turned: Men on College Campuses,” written by Miles Groth, on men’s centers at colleges, for the Australian Institute of Male Health & Studies, Dec. 1, 2010
  • “Working with Young Males in Psychotherapy: Implications of the Findings of Boyhood Studies,” written by Miles Groth, published in Contemporary Psychotheraphy, Volume II, Number 2 (Dec. 6, 2010)

    Miles Groth, a psychology professor at Wagner College, is a trained psychoanalyst who has been in private practice since 1977. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., and his Ph.D. from Fordham University.
    Groth serves on the editorial board of the Review of Existential Psychology and Psychiatry. He is the editor of The International Journal of Men's Health, and editor-in-chief of Thymos: The Journal of Boyhood Studies.
    Describing his research interests, Prof. Groth says, “My current interests include the psychology of being male, especially the experience of boyhood and the transition to manhood.” []

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