Gender Disorder as Gender Oppression: A Transfeminist Approach to Rethinking the Pathologization of Gender Non-Conformity (Women & Therapy, 2011)
Written by Shannon Sennott. For access to this writing, please click here.
Supporting Siblings Through Transition: A Child Centered Transfeminist Thereaputic Approach (Found in print in Families in Transition)
- Co-authored by Shannon Sennott and L. Davis Chandler. Edited by Gottlieb and Lev.
- Transexual Desire in Differently Gendered Bodies (Chapter 8 of Handbook of LGBT-Affirmative Couple and Family Therapy)
- Co-authored by Shannon Sennott and Arlene Istar Lev. For access to this writing, please click here.
Translating Gender on Women's College Campuses (The Transgender Tapestry IFGE: Issue 114, Fall/Winter 2008)
Co-authored by Shannon Sennott and Hadley Smith. For more information, see this page.
Translating the Sex and Gender Continuums in Mental Health: A Transfeminist Approach to Client and Clinician Fears (Journal of Gay & Lesbian Mental Health, April 2011)
Co-authored by Shannon Sennott and Tones Smith. For access to this writing, please click here.
When She Graduates as He (April 2007)
Translate co-founder Shannon Sennott was interviewed for the article When She Graduates as He in The Boston Globe. Read the full article here by Adrian Brune from The Boston Globe.
When Girls Will Be Boys (March 2008)
Translate co-founders Shannon Sennott and Hadley Smith were interviewed and consulted for the article When Girls Will Be Boys in The New York Times. Read the full article here by Alissa Quart from The New York Times.
Bryn Mawr College Needs Assessment (April 2008)
Met with campus faculty, staff, administrators, and students to co-develop a campus needs assessment addressing concerns specific to trans and/or gender non-conforming individuals attending, wanting to attend, or having had attended Bryn Mawr College. (Bryn Mawr, PA)
Thesis Interview with Hampshire College Undergraduate Student (September 2008)
Translate members were interviewed for the thesis Re-Conceiving Health and Building a Community of Memory: A Study of Two Emerging Organizations, which focused on Translate Gender Inc. and one other new project initiative. (Amherst, MA)
Documentary Interview with Boston University Graduate Student (September 2008)
A Translate member was interviewed for a short documentary film project focusing on the work of Translate Gender Inc. The film was used for graduate class purposes. (Boston, MA)
Fraternity & Sorority Transgender Resource Guide (October 2008)
A Translate member contributed edits to the Lambda 10 Project's Fraternity & Sorority Transgender Resource Guide, published by Sarah Fielding and Jessica Pettitt.