Sasha T. Goldberg

Sasha T. Goldberg

Graduate Student, 2013 Cohort

About Sasha T. Goldberg

Sasha T. Goldberg is a Doctoral Candidate and Research Assistant in Gender Studies with a minor in American Studies. Her research centers on butch women and female masculinities in a post-trans world; in particular, Goldberg examines and refuses the ways in which butch women are actively coded as historic, non-modern identities. Prior to being at Indiana University, Goldberg was a long-term community organizer for LGBT and Jewish organizations. Her work and inquiries stand upon traditions of solidarity, analysis, and persistence.

Education History

M.A., Judaism, Gender, Pastoral Care, The Graduate Theological Union, 2009

B.A., Humanities, Psychology, New College of California, 2005

Areas of Interest

Religion, Nationalism, Media, Masculinities, LGBT and Queer Studies, Lesbian Feminism

Courses Taught

G101 Gender, Culture, and Society