Trans-generations (CIHR Café scientifique)

Published: 11 January 2016

The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies (IGSF) presents a Café scientifique titled "Trans-generations: Trans History, Health, and Politics in Montreal and Beyond" Wednesday January 13th that will explore questions of trans politics, health, and history. Learn more about transgender history in Montréal and beyond, intergenerational bridge-building, differences and similarities in issues facing trans youth and older trans people, and changes in political, legal, and health-related contexts for trans people over time.

For more info, click here.

Cait McKinney, Media@McGill Postdoctoral Fellow, McGill University

"Trans-generations will bring together a range of specialists in the field of transgender politics, history and health to discuss. We are looking forward to hearing what our community and university-based panelists have to share on the topic."
— Cait McKinney

Cait McKinney moderates the panel.

cait.mckinney [at] (English)

Tynan Jarrett, Equity Educational Advisor (LGBTQ), Social Equity and Diversity Education Office, McGill University

Talk on the panel will focus on Tynan Jarrett's work as an Equity Educational Advisor (LGBTTQ) at McGill University, and the evolution of issues related to trans access.

Only answers by email: tynan.jarrett [at] (English)

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