Below you’ll find S4TJ’s statement on sex and gender within survey methodology. You can also access the document by clicking here.
As a multi-racial organization of trans and non-binary sociologists and our allies, we are in full solidarity with the Black Lives Matter actions across the country. As sociologists we know
The minutes from the 2019 S4TJ ASA Forum are now available as a PDF below as well as in our archive here.
Sociologists for Trans Justice (S4TJ) was founded in 2016 by Dr. Eric Anthony Grollman and Dr. Laurel Westbrook as an independent initiative to advance transgender justice in and through sociology.
For your convenience, S4TJ has put together a LIST of trans, non-binary and intersex related events scheduled for the ASA, SSSP, SWS, and SSSI annual meetings and preconferences taking place
Gender-Inclusive Bathrooms at #ASA19 in New York City, NY QUICK LINKS:Click here to download the full PDF DocumentClick here for a guide to the Hilton RestroomsClick here for a guide
Sociologists for Trans Justice now has a blog, intended to inform the public about current issue and concerns impacting the lives of trans, nonbinary and/or intersex people! You can see
Sociologists for Trans Justice is aware that some have raised questions about the recent article by Spencer Garrison in Gender & Society. As sociologists who specialize in studying trans, non-binary
Sociologists for Trans Justice 2019 Call for Recommendations for #TransJusticeSyllabus and Teaching Transgender in Standard Sociology Courses The Sociologists for Trans Justice Committee on Advancing Trans, Non-binary and Intersex Scholarship
A memo leaked to the New York Times from the Trump Administration proposes defining “sex” under Title IX as “a person’s status as male or female based on immutable biological
For your convenience, S4TJ has put together a LIST of trans, non-binary and intersex related events scheduled for ASR, SWS, SSSP and SSSI annual meetings and preconferences taking place in
S4TJ Forum at ASA Sunday, August 12th 8:30pm-10:30pm Room 107AB Pennsylvania Convention Center Join us at the third annual Sociologists for Trans Justice forum at ASA to hear about all
Sociologists for Trans Justice (S4TJ) was launched in 2016 as an independent initiative to advance transgender justice in and through sociology. In the past two years, we have worked to
Whether you are in Philadelphia this August to attend the 2018 ASA annual meeting or another affair, we hope that you will join us for these and other trans- and
QUICK LINKS: — Guide to All-Gender Restrooms: ASA 2018 Pennsylvania Convention Center — Guide to All-Gender Restrooms: ASA 2018 Philadelphia Marriot — Gender-Inclusive Bathrooms at #ASA18 in Philadelphia: Blog post
For immediate release! The S4TJ committee has put together a list of #ASA18 sessions, workshops and other events related to trans, nonbinary, and intersex issues. Check out these exciting sessions,
Going to be at ASA in August? Join us in Philly for this and other trans- and intersex-related events! (Click here for a current list of events and programs.) Sexualities,
This year Sociologists for Trans Justice (S4TJ) is continuing our mentoring program for trans and non-binary scholars! This program pairs trans and non-binary assistant professors and advanced graduate students with
If you are already a member of the S4TJ database of experts, we encourage you to use the template provided below to inform local media outlets and public relations offices
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.
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
Sociologists for Trans Justice is compiling a list of sociologists with expertise in trans, non-binary, and/or intersex studies who are available to serve as article reviewers for academic journals. This database will be sent out to journal editors to help promote high quality peer review and support rigorous social science scholarship in