Being Non-Binary in a world of dichotomies: In conversation with Dianna E Anderson Monday 11 July, 5PM via MS Teams
You are invited to join Avery Hawkins (they/them/their), Chair of University Wellbeing & Engagement Group, for an interview with Dianna E Anderson (they/them/their), author of ‘Damaged Goods: New Perspectives on Christian Purity‘ and ‘Problematic: How Toxic Callout Culture is Destroying Feminism‘, about what it can mean to be non-binary, how and where non-binary people can fit into trans and queer spaces, and to discuss their new book, ‘In Transit: Being Non-Binary in World of Dichotomies‘.
In their new book, non-binary writer Dianna E. Anderson, while telling their own coming-out story, traces the history and theory of non-binary identity to offer a space for people to know, explore, and understand themselves in the context of a centuries-old understanding of gender nonconformity and to see beyond the strict roles our society has for men and women.
Dianna E Anderson is a nonbinary, queer writer out of Minneapolis, MN, USA. They hold a Master of the Arts in English from Baylor University in Waco, TX, and a Master of Studies in Women’s Studies from the University of Oxford in Oxford. When not working on books, Dianna works as a grant writer and non-profit development professional. They live with two cats, Minerva and Tonks.
The 60-minute session will consist of an interview conducted by Avery, followed with a Q&A.
If you would like to attend, please book a place via PDMS: Being Non-Binary in a world of dichotomies: In conversation with Dianna E Anderson – PDMS – University of St Andrews (st-andrews.ac.uk)