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GenderTalk Program Topic: Academics
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Leslie Heywood Poet and Professor of English and Creative Writing, whose academic and creative work focuses on gender (7/1/06)
Nancy MacLean Professor of history and African American studies and author of a new book titled, "Freedom is Not Enough: the Opening of the American Workplace" (6/24/06)
Felice Yeskel Academic and activist, on the economic apartheid currently growing in America (12/10/05)
Brett Genny Beemyn Coordinator of GLBT Student Services at Ohio State, on OSU's support for trans students, and a new study on development of transgender identity (7/30/05)
Jane Caputi Author of "Goddesses and Monsters: Women, Myth, Power and Popular Culture", on the ways in which our modern culture distorts our perspectives on female power (4/2/05)
Mary Marcel Author of "Freud's Traumatic Memory: Reclaiming Seduction Theory and Revisiting Oedipus", on how the work of one of the most influential psychologists of all time was distorted by the trauma of his own life (3/26/05)
Dr. Sam Winter Director of the Transgender Asia Research Center (9/8/03)
Roger Lancaster Professor of cultural studies, on how the media misrepresents scientific studies of sex and gender (7/21/03)
Joan Roughgarden World renowned expert on biology and ecology, on her challenge to Darwin's theories and promotion of diversity-affirming models of biology and evolution (6/16/03)
Pauline Park Political scientist and transperson challenges "post identity" politics and the lack of visibility of persons of color in the transgender movement (3/31/03)
Jim Potter Author of "The 11 Myths of Media Violence," on the effects of violence in the media and what we can do about it. (3/10/03)
Dr. Terry Tafoya American Indian researcher and faculty member at the Kinsey Insititute, on his work there and on a new study on the health and wholeness of native two spirit communities (12/16/02)
Rhonda Factor Doctoral candidate whose dissertation work is breaking new ground in studying gender diversity (12/9/02)
Steven Seidman Professor of sociology, about leaving the closet behind on a community scale, and the resulting life transformation (11/4/02)
Lundy Bancroft World-renowned authority on domestic violence, takes us inside the minds of angry and controlling men (10/21/02)
Matt Brieding Author of a new study on how (non-GID) male gender role conflict affects wive's marital adjustment (10/14/02)
Kristin Donnan Co-author of "Rex Appeal: The Amazing Story of Sue the Dinosaur that changed Science, the Law, and my Life" reveals some amazing new gender implications (9/23/02)
Harry Brod Professor of philosophy and humanities, on masculinity, diversity, and the profeminist men's movement (8/5/02)
Judith Kegan Gardiner Masculinity studies, feminist theory, and the sometimes uneasy relationship between the two (7/29/02)
bell hooks Leading international feminist thinker, prolific author, and anti-racism, anti-patriarchy activist, on love, gender, and transgenderism (5/27/02)
Allan G. Johnson Sociologist author of "The Gender Knot: Unraveling Our Patriarchal Legacy," on gender, privilege, and power (5/20/02)
Carol Gilligan World-renowned feminist academic and respected psychologist, on her research on love in relationships (4/29/02)
Victoria Muñoz Psychology professor, on her study of female to male transsexuals & how sexual orientation relates to gender (2/4/02)
Viviane Namaste Author of "Invisible Lives: The Erasure of Transsexual and Transgendered People," on her book (11/5/01)
Joan Roughgarden Nature and gender diversity (1/22/01)
Siobhan Somerville Race and the Invention of Homosexuality (9/25/00)
Kerwin Kay Male Lust: Pleasure, Power and Transformation (9/18/00)
Steven Hill How stereotypes propagate gender enslavement (9/18/00)
Patrick Califia Re-thinking radical sex from an FTM perspective (7/31/00)
John Colapinto Author of "As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised as a Girl", on John Money's subversion of individual gender (2/28/00)
Bruce Bagemihl Gender diversity in the animal kingdom (7/26/99)

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