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.
Below you’ll find S4TJ’s statement on sex and gender within survey methodology. You can also access the document by clicking here.
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
Trans Studies Bibliography Sociologists for Trans Justice2017-2018 Compiled by:Committee for Advancing Trans and Intersex Studies in Academia(Megan Nanney, Jaclyn Tabor, Anne Marie Champagne, Chris Barcelos,Emmanuel David, Xan Nowakowski, Vicky Demos,
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