Rethinking LGBTQIA Students and Collegiate Contexts situates and problematizes identity interaction, campus life, student experiences, and the effectiveness of services, programs, and policies affecting LGBTQIA college students at both two- and four-year institutions. This volume draws from intersectional and critical perspectives to explore the complex ways in which LGBTQIA identities are shaped, discussed, and researched in higher education spaces. Chapters provide student affairs and higher education scholars with theory and practice perspectives on sociopolitical and historical contexts, student learning and development, support services, and explore how higher education reflects society’s pervasive stereotypes and lack of awareness of LGBTQIA students’ identity development and needs.

part I|2 pages

Rethinking LGBTQIA Identity

chapter 2|10 pages

How Intersex Identities Shape Sex and Gender

What’s at Stake in Postsecondary Education?

chapter 3|18 pages

Gender, Kinship, and Student Services

A Dialogue Centering Trans Narratives in Higher Education

part II|2 pages

Rethinking Contexts

part III|2 pages

Rethinking Policies and Possibilities

chapter 9|16 pages

Challenging Complicity and Institutional Racism 1

The Role of Critical White Queer Academics

chapter 10|16 pages

Trickle Up Policy-Building

Envisioning Possibilities for Trans*formative Change in Postsecondary Education

chapter 11|17 pages

Trans QuantCrit

An Invitation to a ThirdSpace for Higher Education Quantitative Researchers

chapter |4 pages