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Publications and Media Appearances
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Jamison Green & Associates
Education and Policy Consulting on Transgender and Transsexual Issues
POLICY
CONSULTING
WORKPLACE TRAINING
PUBLIC
SPEAKING
TRANSGENDER EDUCATION
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PUBLICATIONS AND MEDIA
CLIENT LIST
"Part of the Package: Ideas of masculinity among male-identified transpeople." Men and Masculinities, 7 (3), 291-299 (2005).
Publications (Partial List):
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ORGANIZATIONAL AFFILIATIONS
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To see a list of film appearances, click here.
JAMISON'S STORY
To see a list of radio and television appearances, click here.
Becoming a Visible Man,
Vanderbilt University Press, 2004 (monograph)
"Centering: An Alternative Perspective" co-published simultaneously in Journal of Bisexuality, Vol. 3 No. 3/4, pp. 277-285; and Bisexuality and Transgenderism: InterSEXions of the Others (ed: Jonathan Alexander and Karen Yescavage), Harrington Park Press, an imprint of Haworth Press, 2003.
"The Art and Nature of Gender" presented at the Third International Congress on Sex and Gender, Oxford, England, September 21, 1998; published in Transgender Tapestry, Spring 1999, pp. 41-48; appears as a chapter in "Unseen Genders: Beyond the Binaries," Haynes & McKenna (eds.) Peter Lang Publishing, New York, April 2001.
"Introduction" to Transgender Equality: A Handbook for Activists and Policy Makers by P. Currah & S. Minter, published by the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force and the National Center for Lesbian Rights, June 2000.
"In the Body of a Man" published in Cupido Magazine (Norway) and in the anthology Male Lust, edited by Kay, Nagle, and Gould, Haworth Press, March 2000.
"FTM--An Emerging Voice" (article) appearing as a chapter in Current Concepts in Transgender Identity, Dallas Denny, Ed., Garland Publishers, New York, 1998.
"Look! No, Don't! - The Visibility Dilemma for Transsexual Men" (article) appearing as a chapter in Reclaiming Genders: Transsexual Grammars at the Fine de Siecle, edited by Dr. Stephen Whittle and Ms. Kate More, Cassell, London & Washington D.C., June 1999; first presented as a paper at the 2nd International Congress on Sex and Gender Issues, June 21, 1997, King of Prussia, PA.