Podcasts

APC Podcast 2.4: Kelli Dunham
February 27, 2019
APC Podcast 2.3: Jama Shelton and Kel Kroehle of the Trans Literacy Project
January 28, 2019
APC Podcast 2.2: Heath Fogg Davis

In this conversation with Ph.D. Candidate Aylin Malcolm, Heath Fogg Davis (Director of Temple’s Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Program) describes his work both in and outside of the academy, talks bathroom politics, allyship, policy changes, universal design and offers advice about mentorship in the trans community.

Coming soon: Podcast Resource Guide for key terms from the interview, related readings and helpful links


November 19, 2018
APC Podcast 2.1: Jonathan Katz

Jonathan D. Katz discusses his career journey, approaches to teaching queer theory and his experience working in and outside of the academy to achieve social change.

Take a look at the Podcast Resource Guide for key terms from the interview, related readings and helpful links


October 4, 2018
APC Podcast #4: Jen Manion on What's Left of Queer Theory Now?

Jen Manion discusses queering the archive and why they are "going back to gender" in their current research.

Take a look at the Podcast Resource Guide for key terms from the interview, related readings and helpful links


April 30, 2018
APC Podcast #3: C. Riley Snorton on What's Left of Queer Theory Now?

C. Riley Snorton discusses queer theory, reconceptualizations of the body, and more in this interview with Kathleen Brown, Director of APC and the GSWS Program.

Take a look at the Podcast Resource Guide for key terms from the interview, related readings and helpful links


April 1, 2018
APC Podcast #2: Janet Jakobsen on What's Left of Queer Theory Now?

Janet Jakobsen (Claire Tow Professor and Chair of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Barnard College) discusses connections between queer theory and social activism.

Take a look at the Podcast Resource Guide for key terms from the interview, related readings and helpful links


March 1, 2018
APC Podcast #1: E. Patrick Johnson on What's Left of Queer Theory Now?

Scholar and artist E. Patrick Johnson grapples with what's "left" and what's "left" of queer theory with Deborah Thomas, R. Jean Brownlee Professor of Anthropology and APC/GSWS Core Faculty.

Take a look at the Podcast Resource Guide for key terms from the interview, related readings and helpful links


February 1, 2018