I’m a multidisciplinary feminist scholar and educator, currently an Assistant Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
My work combines feminist science studies, critical public health, and medical sociology to investigate the politics of health promotion, particularly as it relates to people with nonnormative genders and sexualities.
My current research projects include an ethnographic manuscript on the racial politics of teen pregnancy prevention, an archival and interview-based examination of the politics of queer and transgender safer sex practices, and a narrative and statistical analysis of how trans people crowdfund transition related healthcare expenses.
I’m also a consultant with Think Again Training and a yoga teacher.
Use the links along the top of the page to learn more about my work or to contact me! You can find me on Twitter @ChrisABarcelos.