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 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
The ASA Teaching Resources and Innovation Library for Sociology (TRAILS) is an online searchable database of peer-reviewed teaching resources. CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS TRAILS seeks resources that support teaching transgender, nonbinary,
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.
#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