B Lee Aultman
Lecturer in Political Science
B Lee Aultman (M.A., M.Phil.) teaches courses in American politics, queer and trans politics, theories of democracy, and theories of radical organization.
B is currently a PhD candidate in political theory at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Their dissertation examines the intersections of social theory, jurisprudence, political theory, and cultural memory of the archive to develop a phenomenology and epistemology of everyday trans political resistance. Their work appears in the peer-reviewed journals TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, and Wagadu: A Journal of Transnational Women’s and Gender Studies. Their chapter on epistemic justice and trans politics, co-authored with Paisley Currah, appears in LGBTQ Politics: A Critical Reader (NYU Press). “Reading the Signs: Trans Knowledge, Memory, and the Redemptive Critique of History“ will appear in the forthcoming volume of the peer-reviewed political science journal Politics, Groups, and Identities.
Trans Politics, Political Theory, Gender Studies
Radical Organizing; Queer Politics; Culture, Identity, and Behavior