The Committee on Advancing Trans and Intersex Studies in Academia has compiled the following list of professional development resources for academics, independent researchers and other professionals.
#TransJusticeSyllabus Sociologists for Trans Justice 2017-2018 Compiled by: Committee for Advancing Trans and Intersex Studies in Academia (Megan Nanney, Jaclyn Tabor, Anne Marie Champagne, Chris Barcelos, Emmanuel David, Xan Nowakowski,
People have a wide range of gender and sex identities, all of which are valid and worthy of exploration. Femininity and masculinity are different ways in which people express their
Interested in organizing the first regular session in trans studies at ASA in 2018 (Philadelphia)? Now is a good time to volunteer! Log into your ASAnet.org account, and go to
Sociologists for Trans Justice (S4TJ) held its second forum on Sunday, August 13, at the 2017 ASA Annual Meeting in Montreal. During the forum, we took time to collectively reflect
S4TJ co-chairs Laurel Westbrook and Eric Anthony Grollman have written an essay in American Sociological Association’s Footnotes about the amazing work of the Sociologists for Trans Justice committees. Check it
LOOKING FOR A SUBJECT EXPERT? If you are a policymaker, news reporter, or other member of the media looking to speak to a sociologist on issues of trans justice, please
The following document is the start of a compendium of resources for advancing sociological research in trans studies. It is very much a work in progress and therefore open to