KEARNEY – The University of Nebraska at Kearney is hosting a new conference dedicated to LGBTQ issues.
— Read on www.kearneyhub.com/content/tncms/live/
I’ll be leading a workshop presentation, “Administrative Sex-Classification Policies as Race-Sex Discrimination,” drawn from my forthcoming book, Beyond Trans: Does Gender Matter?, as part of Drexel University’s Law & Society Reading Group
When: March 18, 2016. 12–1:30 pm
Where: Drexel University Law School, Faculty Conference Room (rm. 266)
I’ll be giving a public lecture, “Male or Female? A Liberal Argument Against Sex-Marked Identity Documents,” which pulls from my book, Beyond Trans: Does Gender Matter? This event is part of the University of Virginia’s WSG Bernard Mayes LGBTQ lecture series
When: Friday, January 29, 2016 at 3:30
Where: University of Virginia
I will be presenting my research on trans inclusion on two panels at the Western Political Science Association conference in Las Vegas:
Sexual Predators, Bathrooms, and Beyonce’s Feminism
Roundtable on LGBTQ Politics: A Critical Assessment Twenty-Five Years in the Making
- When: April 4, 2015 at 10 am
Association website: https://wpsa.research.pdx.edu
I will be delivering the John Grant Endowed Lecture in Healthcare Ethics, “Sex Classification in Healthcare Administration: Transgender, Intersex, and Genderqueer Perspectives”
When: Wednesday, October 29, 2104. 3:30–4:30 pm
Where: Loyola University of Chicago, Regis Hall MPR
I will be delivering 3 panel presentations at the upcoming 2014 American Political Science Association conference:
- Roundtable discussion on “Orange is the New Woman: Gender, Race, and Representation in Orange is the New Black.” Foundations of Political Theory Division.
- Roundtable discussion on “Imagining Queer Futures.” LGBT Caucus.
- Roundtable discussion on “Gender and Politics.” Perspectives on Politics theme panel.
When: August 28-31, 2014
Where: Washington, DC