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 trans, non-binary, and intersex studies. If you are a sociologist with expertise in trans, non-binary, and/or intersex studies and are willing to review journal articles, please fill out and submit the request form below. 


Adolescence
Aging and the Life Course
Archives/Archival research
Biopolitics
Body and Embodiment
Children/Youth
Collective Behavior and Social Movements
Crip Theory
Cultural Studies
Cultural Competency
Demography
Disabilities
Education
Emotions
Environment
Ethnography
Families
Genderqueer/Non-binary
Health
HIV/AIDS
Human Rights
Immigration
Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility
Intersectionality
Intersex
Labor and Labor Movements
Latina/o/x Sociology
Law
Media and Film
Medicine/Medical Care
Mental Health
Methodology
Migration
Narratives and Narrative Research
Occupations/Work
Program Evaluation
Post/decolonial studies
Race and Racism
Race/Class/Gender
Religion and Spirituality
Reproduction/Reproductive Health
Science and Technology Studies
Sexuality
Sexual Health
Transfeminisms
Transition
Queer Theory