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
We are eager to provide you with an update of the incredible work happening in Sociologists for Trans Justice. Please mark your ASA (American Sociological Association) 2017 meeting calendars –
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
We launched Sociologists for Trans Justice in summer 2016, holding our first forum at the August annual meeting of the American Sociological Association (ASA). Our chief aim is to advance
We hope you will join Sociologists for Trans Justice (S4TJ) at the ASA 112th Annual Meeting 2017, August 12-15, in Montreal, Canada. This year’s theme is “Culture, Inequalities and Social
How to use and adapt the #TransJusticeSyllabus The purpose of the #TransJusticeSyllabus is one of open, public education regarding trans and intersex issues in sociology, academia, and society at large.
The Committee for Advancing Trans Studies in Sociology is open to resource suggestions and curriculum ideas for the creation of the next iteration of the #TransJusticeSyllabus. The syllabus is an