Learn how to create a classroom that incorporates trans* students. Led by an expert in transgender issues and educational policy, this workshop will provide models and training in creating a classroom that incorporates trans* students, with examples of best-practices and illustrations. We welcome graduate students, undergraduates interested in education or trans* issues, and faculty or instructors. This workshop is co-sponsored by the Duke Graduate School, Duke's Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, and the Duke Center for Instructional Technology.
Francisco J. Galarte is Assistant Professor in the Department of Gender & Women’s Studies at the University of Arizona, the leading program for transgender studies in the US. Dr. Galarte holds a Master's Degree in Educational Policy Studies from the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign and a PhD in Educational Policy Studies with minors in Latina Latino Studies and Gender and Women's Studies from the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. His research interests are in Chicana/o Studies, Queer Studies, Affect Studies and Transgender Studies.
Cole Rizki is a PhD candidate in the Literature Program at Duke. In fall 2016, Rizki taught Duke’s first service-learning “Introduction to Transgender Studies” course and he is a Service-Learning Graduate Student Fellow (2016-17). He is guest editing a forthcoming special issue of Transgender Studies Quarterly on Latin American, Caribbean and Latinx Trans Studies along with Juana María Rodríguez and Mauro Cabral. His research interests are in Transgender Studies, Latin American Studies, Queer Theory, and Performance and Visual Culture Studies.
Participation in this forum earns 2 RCR credits for PhD students. Note that you will not receive credit if you arrive for this event late or leave early. If you have not been to this location before, please plan enough time to find the room.
LocationRubenstein 153 (Holsti-Anderson Family Assembly Room)
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