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Sex on the Margins: Navigating Religious, Social, and Natural Scientific Models of Sex Differences

Co-sponsored by the Graduate Division of Religion Studies, the School of Theology, the Albert & Jessie Danielsen Institute, and the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Programat Boston University

Conference Organizers: Stephanie N. Arel, Megan DeFranza, Kate Stockly

In Consultation with: Jennifer Wright Knust (Boston University), Carrie J. Preston (Director Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, Boston University), Wesley J. Wildman (Boston University).

Introduction”Sex on the Margins” Conference brought together scholars to examine how our growing knowledge of sex, gender, and sexual diversity impacts binary models of sex that continue to hold sway in the majority of religious and natural scientific examinations of human nature.
The organizing committee, Stephanie N. Arel, Megan DeFranza, and Kate Stockly, would like to thank our Boston University consultants:
Dr. Jennifer Wright Knust (School of Theology / Graduate Division of Religious Studies / Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program)
Dr. Carrie J. Preston (Director Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program)
Dr. Wesley J. Wildman (School of Theology / Graduate Division of Religious Studies)

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