Gender Jawn S2 E1: A little change will do you good with Melissa Sanchez

The season 2 opener of Gender Jawn unpacks the motivations for changing the name of the gender & sexuality research center at Penn from the Alice Paul Center to the Center for Research in Feminist, Queer, and Transgender Studies.

August 1, 2021
Gender Jawn: S1 E8. Anthea Butler on White Evangelical Racism
May 10, 2021
Gender Jawn: S1 E7. The Case for PILOTs at Penn

Why should Penn make payments in lieu of taxes (PILOTs)? Members of Penn for PILOTs make the case.

April 1, 2021
Gender Jawn: S1 E6. The Future of Lesbian & Queer Space with Jack Gieseking

The March 2021 episode of Gender Jawn features Jack Gieseking in conversation with Gwendolyn Beetham (Associate Director of GSWS) and Davy Knittle (English PhD Candidate and GSWS Graduate Associate).

March 2, 2021
Gender Jawn: S1 E5. Queerness, Gender & Sexuality in the Tarot with Roksana Filipowska

In February’s episode of Gender Jawn, Roksana Filipowska, a third-generation tarot reader, educator, and researcher, discusses her own (re)discovery of the tarot, the queer, feminist & colonial history of tarot through the imagery of queer, Jamaican-born artist Pamela Colman Smith, and the importance of establishing mutual networks of care. 

February 1, 2021
Gender Jawn: S1 E3 with Jorge Sánchez Cruz

             Gender  Jawn 
 v. What You Do |  n. Everything Else

December 4, 2020
Gender Jawn: S1 E2. Self-Care with Shana Bahemat & Gwendolyn Beetham

Gender: v. What You Do | Jawn: n. Everything Else

Episode 2 Self-Care with Shana Bahemat & Gwendolyn Beetham 

November 2, 2020
Gender Jawn: Podcast Relaunch with David Chavannes

Gender: v. What You Do | Jawn: n. Everything Else
Episode 1 with David Chavannes


October 1, 2020
Related Content: A Queer Serial by Devlyn Camp

Check out A Queer Serial, the Mattachine Pod by Devlyn Camp

September 30, 2020
APC Podcast 3.4: Artist-in-Residence Ricardo Bracho

This episode features APC Artist-in-Residence Ricardo Bracho in conversation with Poet and Comparative Literature Graduate Student Lucas de Lima and APC Interim Associate Director Maria Murphy. Ricardo reads excerpts from his new work Circa, his short play Mi Madre, and his manifesto A Proclamation Of, By, and On Negation. Ricardo discusses the (in)operability of inclusion discourse, growing up as a red diaper baby, articulations of solidarity, how he still believes in the revolution, and the need for faculty to recognize themselves as workers. 

Since the recording of this episode, and the onset of COVID-19, the Circa production at Slought Foundation has been postponed.

March 31, 2020