Jemma Tosh is a Chartered Academic Psychologist with the British Psychological Society and an Affiliate Member of the Canadian Psychological Association. Her research draws on a wide range of research and activism, including feminist, transgender and intersex perspectives. She analyses psychiatric diagnosis and treatment in relation to gender, sexuality and sexual violence, using critical intersectionality theory and discourse analysis. Jemma has taught undergraduate and postgraduate students on qualitative research methods, gender and sexuality, ‘race’, oppression and discrimination, and the psychology of diversity. She has been an invited speaker for a range of topics and disciplines, such as psychology, sociology and anthropology, as well as gender and sexuality studies. She is the author of Perverse Psychology: The Pathologization of Sexual Violence and Transgenderism (Routledge, 2014) and the forthcoming,Psychology and Gender Dysphoria: Feminist and Transgender Perspectives (Routledge, 2015). Jemma’s work has been published in a range of journals and edited collections including Intersectionalities, Clinical Psychology Forum, and the Psychology of Sexualities Review.She is Assistant Editor of the Psychology of Women Section Review and Section Editor of the Encyclopaedia of Critical Psychology. Jemma has been a guest editor for the Annual Review of Critical Psychology and she is an editorial advisor for the forthcoming Normalcy book series. She is currently based in Vancouver, Canada.
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