Writings

Pauline’s papers, articles, op-eds and C.V.

Transgender Health, Pathology & Human Rights 
(speech at the Harvard University School of Public Health, 4.20.11)

Pinkwashing & Israeli occupation — not so complicated
(op-ed, Washington Blade, 1.6.14)

Transgendering the Academy: Transforming the Relationship Between Theory and Praxis
(keynote speech, Expanding the Circle: Creating an Inclusive Environment in Higher Education for LGBTQ Students & Studies, San Francisco, 28 February 2010)

Finding the Authentic Self: Coming Out as a Transgendered Korean Adoptee
(in “Resist & Exist,” a ‘zine edited by Sam Jung & Sarah Shim, June 2010)

The ‘Transableism’ Phenomenon: Paraphilia, Fantasy & Phantasmagoria in the Construction of the Transgendered Body
(paper presented at the TransSomatechnics Conference, Vancouver 2 May 2008)

LGBT Issues in Intercountry Adoption: Implications for Policy and Research
(paper presented at the St. John’s University adoption conference, 10.13.06)

Race and the Politics of LGBT Communities of Color
(op-ed, LGNY, 11.22.01)

Explaining transgender: the circles diagram

Diversity, Race and the Pursuit of a Progressive LGBT Agenda for Social Justice and Social Change
(keynote speech to the 27th Annual Convention of the National Association of Black & White Men Together (NABWMT), Cleveland, 8.4.07)

Transgender Health: Reconceptualizing Pathology as Wellness
(Trans-Health Conference speech on GID, 4.7.07)

Long Island Transgender Day of Remembrance 2006 speech
(Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Huntington, 11.19.06)

NYC Dept. of Health and Mental Hygiene Board of Health public hearing on proposed amendment to Article 207, NYC Health Code
(testimony by Pauline Park, Ph.D., Chair NYAGRA, 10.30.06)

A Conversation about Same-Sex Marriage: Asian American Trans Perspectives
(AmerAsia Journal, Vol. 32, No. 1, 2006, pp. 89-96, UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press)

A Love Story with a Twist: Brokeback Mountain
(PersuAsian, spring 2006)

NYAGRA testimony on Int. No. 512
(NYC Human Rights GOAL bill, 4.8.05)

“GenderPAC, the Transgender Rights Movement and the Perils of a Post-Identity Politics Paradigm”
The Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law: symposium issue (Vol. IV, No. 2, Spring 2003), pp. 747-765 (from the Fifth Annual Gender, Sexuality, and the Law Symposium: Crossing Boundaries, Redefining Gender: A New Front on Equality)

Gender at its Core: Freedom of expression & the debate over identity politics
(GCN, 9.5.03)

The Making of a Movement: The Story of the Successful Campaign for a Transgender Rights Law in New York City
(8th Annual Mark E. Ouderkirk Lecture The Museum of the City of New York 06.27.2002)

Reclaiming Our Spiritual Legacy as Transgendered People (Stonewall Sunday at MCCNY, 6.18.2000)
http://www.paulinepark.com/index.php/2010/06/reclaiming-our-spiritual-legacy-as-transgendered-people/

NYAGRA participation in ESPA lobby day
(letter to LGNY, 05.2000)

A Korean Queer Activist Examines Stonewall
(7.2.1998)

LGBT Rights as Human Rights
(NYCHRI blog, 10.27.08)

Pagan Republicans & Other Apparent Anomalies
(Queens Tribune, 10.8.09)

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