The Hanna Rosin speeches address a contemporary economic shift. According to Rosin, women are beginning to surpass men where education, salary and high standing positions are concerned. Her interest in the issue has led her to explore the broader implications of this shift.
Rosin currently works as a writer for The Atlantic and for Slate magazine as one of the founders of its Double X section. And while she has remained dedicated to these posts, she has also written a series of pieces for The New Yorker, The New Republic and The Washington Post.
The powerful doses of knowledge and information that are contained in Hanna Rosin's speeches reflect her studies at Stanford University. The in-depth works of journalism that she has pursued since then have brought about her acceptance of several awards, inclusive of a National Magazine Award in 2010.