Interrupting Heteronormativity: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Pedagogy and Responsible Teaching at Syracuse University

EDITED BY KATHLEEN FARRELL, NISHA GUPTA, AND MARY QUEEN

 

Acknowledgments

Vice Chancellor’s Preface
Deborah A. Freund

Editors’ Introduction
Mary Queen, Kathleen Farrell and Nisha Gupta

Part One: Interrupting Heteronormativity

  • Framing the Issues
    • Heteronormativity and Teaching at Syracuse University
      Susan Adams
    • Cartography of (Un)Intelligibility: A Migrant Intellectual’s Tale of the Field
      Huei-Hsuan Lin 
    • The Invisible Presence of Sexuality in the Classroom
      Ahoura Afshar
  • Listening to Students
    • (Un)Straightening the Syracuse University Landscape
      Aman Luthra
    • Echoes of Silence: Experiences of LGBT college students at SU
      Rachel Moran and Brian Stout
    • The Importance of LGBT Allies
      Camille Baker
    • Queer TAs in the Classroom: Perspectives on Coming Out
      Eldar Beiseitov and Payal Banerjee
  • Engaging Nuances
    • Understanding Current LGBT-Related Policies and Debates
      Nicole Dimetman
    • (Trans)Gendering the Classroom
      Rob S. Pusch
    • International Students and Sexuality at Syracuse University
      Sidney Greenblatt 

Part Two: Responsible Pedagogy

  • Constant Queerying: Practicing Responsible Pedagogy at Syracuse University
    Elizabeth Sierra-Zarella
  • Toward an LGBT Studies Minor
    Margaret Himley, Adrea Jaehnig, Andrew London and Jonathan Massey

Part Three: LGBT Teaching Resources

  • Using Film Inclusively: Or, Queering Your Classroom
    Dean Allbritton
  • Syracuse University Campus LGBT Resources
    Justin Welch
  • City of Syracuse LGBT Resources
    Justin Welch
  • Online LGBT Resources
    Kathleen Farrell
  • Citations for Classroom and Other Campus-Related LGBT Texts
    Adina Mulliken
  • Academic Resources Related to Sexuality and Gender Studies
    Kathleen Farrell

Glossary of LGBT Terms
Kathleen Farrell

Contributors