Being a transgender physicist

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A talk by A.W. Peet - a Professor at the University of Toronto and an expert in String Theory, fostering inclusion.

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What is life in academia like if you are non-binary, transgender, AND a string theory physicist?! Can quantum mechanics help us understand the non-binary world? Why are pronouns so important and what does it mean to be ‘deadnamed’? What does it mean to be cisgender and how can the cis community help become better allies to our trans colleagues? Find out why you should never eat a Kiwi and how we can make barriers to participation vanish.

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