Trans* Ally Workbook: Getting Pronouns Right, and What It Teaches Us About Gender. Davey Shlasko, 2014.
Plus! How Using ‘They’ as a Singular Pronoun Can Change the World, by Davey (2015), formatted for printing as an insert for your Trans* Ally Workbook
Handouts and Training Materials
Genderbread Cookie – Davey’s latest 2015 version
Transgender Etiquette (1 p.)
Gender & Sexual Orientation Terminology updated for 2017! (3 pp.)
Bibliography (3 pp.)
General Audience Articles and Reports
How Using ‘They’ as a Singular Pronoun Can Change the World, by Davey (2015) on Feministing
The State of Trans* and Intersex Organizing: A case for increased support for growing but underfunded movements for human rights.Eisfeld, J, Gunther, S and Shlasko, D. (2013). New York: Global Action for Trans* Equality and American Jewish World Service.
Using the Five Faces of Oppression to Teach About Interlocking Systems of Oppression. D. Shlasko. (2015). Equity & Excellence in Education, 48(3), 349-360.
“Trans* enough?”: The pressures trans* men negotiate in higher education. (2015). D. C. Catalano. TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, 2(3), 411-430.
Beyond virtual equality: Liberatory consciousness as a path to achieve trans* inclusion in higher education. (2015). D. C. Catalano. Equity & Excellence in Education, 48(3), 418-435.
Late to Class: A review. D. Shlasko. (2008). Equity and Excellence in Education, 41(4), 538-543.
Queer (v.) Pedagogy:. D. Shlasko. (2005). Equity and Excellence in Education, 38(2), 123-134.
|Ableism curriculum design. B. Ostiguy, M. Peters, & D. Shlasko.|
Classism curriculum design. M. Adams, L. Hopkins, & D. Shlasko.
Sexism, heterosexism, and trans* oppression curriculum design. D. C. Catalano & P. Griffin.
In Adams, Bell, Goodman & Joshi (2016), Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice, 3rd edition. Routledge.
|Transgender Oppression. C. Catalano & D. Shlasko. (2013). In Adams et. al’s Readings for Diversity and Social Justice, 3rd edition. Routledge.The readings that go along with the curricula from TDSJ!|
|Transgender Oppression. C. Catalano & D. Shlasko. (2010). In Adams et. al’s Readings for Diversity and Social Justice, 2nd edition.Routledge.The readings that go along with the curricula from TDSJ!|
|Transgender Oppression Curriculum Design. C. Catalano, L. McCarthy & D. Shlasko. (2007). In Adams, Bell & Griffin’s Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice, 2nd edition.Routledge.Teaching for Diversity and Social Justiceis a great book. Each chapter is a curriculum design with activities to teach about a particular form of oppression, such as sexism, heterosexism, racism & white privilege, racism & immigration, religious oppression, antisemitism, ablism, agism and adultism, and classism.|