[PAST EVENT] The 21st Annual Minnie G. Braithwaite Lecture in Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies: Arlene Stein

March 28, 2017
7pm - 9pm
Tucker Hall, Tucker Theatre 127A
350 James Blair Dr
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location

Lecture will start promptly at 7pm in Tucker Theatre with a light reception to follow in Tucker Lobby at 8pm. Everyone is welcome.

A few years ago, Arlene Stein heard about a surgeon in Florida who was doing a brisk business masculinizing the chests of female-assigned individuals. She decided to visit his office and interview individuals undergoing ?top surgery.? In this talk, she will summarize her findings, telling the stories of four individuals who underwent surgery that day, and what they tell us about transgender masculinity and the future of gender.
Brief Bio:
Arlene Stein is a Professor of Sociology who studies gender, sexuality, and American culture. She directs the Institute for Research on Women at Rutgers. The author of four books, she received the Simon and Gagnon Award for career contributions to the study of sexualities and the Ruth Benedict Book Award. Her latest book, Going Public: A Guide for Social Scientists (J. Daniels, coauthor), was recently published by the University of Chicago Press.


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