Published Works

Transfeminist Perspectives: in and beyond Transgender and Gender Studies. (Edited collection) Temple University Press, May 2012.

Winner, 25th Annual Lambda Literary Award, Best Book in Transgender Nonfiction, 2013.

Finding the Movement: Sexuality, Contested Space, and Feminist Activism

Duke University Press, 2007.


“Collective Memory and the Transfeminist 1970s: Toward a Less Plausible History” Transgender Studies Quarterly, 2018 5(1)

“Stuck in the Paradigm with You: Transfeminist Reflections on History and the Spaces of Contradiction.”
Abigail Stewart and Sarah Fenstermaker, Gender, Considered: Feminist Reflections Across the U.S. Social Sciences. (Palgrave MacMillan, 2020)

Introduction: Transfeminist Perspectives
Transfeminist Perspectives In and Beyond
Transgender and Gender Studies. Temple U. Press, 2012, p. 1-20 

The Education of Little Cis: Cisgender and the Discipline of Opposing BodiesTransfeminist Perspectives: In and Beyond Transgender and Gender Studies. Temple University Press, 2012, p. 60-77.

“What Is a Body, Anyway? Form, Deep Listening, and Compassion on a Trans Buddhist Path”
Kevin Manders and Elizabeth Marston, eds. Transcending: Trans Buddhist Voices (North Atlantic Books, 2019) 

What Is a Body, Anyway?” can also be accessed online via Utne Reader

“You’d Be Home: Meditations on Trans Ecologies”
Afterward to Douglas Vakoch, ed., Trans Ecologies: A Reader (Routledge, 2019)

“Transgender History and Otherwise Approaches to Queer Embodiment”
Don Romesburg, ed, History of Queer America. (Routledge, 2018)

Where I Make Sense
Lion’s Roar, December, 2017.

“Stick Figures and Little Bits: Toward a Non-binary Pedagogy”
Yolanda Martinez-San Miguel and Sarah Tobias, eds., Trans* Studies: Beyond Hetero/Homo Normativities. (Rutgers University Press, 2016)

Transgender Studies Quarterly 1:1/2 (Winter, 2014)

“ ‘Unlikely Sex Change Capitals of the World:’ Trinidad, USA and Tehran, Iran as Twin Yardsticks of Homonormative Liberalism”
co-authored with Elizabeth Bucar,  Feminist Studies, Summer 2011.


“The Next Buddha Is the Sangha: Reflections on Starting Madison’s LGBTQIA Meditation Group.” SnowFlower Sun, May 2018
“Get to Know Your Sangha Member: Finn Enke” Snowflower Interview, Dec. 2017.
Transfeminist Perspectives on History and PedagogyProcess: OAH Blog for American Historians, September 1, 2016.
Bathroom Bills and White Supremacy” En/Gender, April 2, 2016
I Am a ‘Situation Like This’: Names, Pronouns, and Learning from Chelsea Manning”  North Philly Notes, September 4, 2013


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