Currah has written widely on transgender issues, including on topics such as discrimination and sex reclassification, and the transgender rights movement. He is the author and editor of over 30 articles and books and co-founded the leading journal in transgender studies, TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly. Currah’s newest book, Sex Is Sex Does: Governing Transgender Identity (New York University Press, 2022) reveals the hidden logics that have governed sex classification policies in the United States and shows what the regulation of transgender identity can tell us about society’s approach to sex and gender writ large. He is currently editing an international collection on transgender people. His next monograph compares the transgender rights movement with womens’ movements. At the Graduate Center, Professor Currah teaches courses on biopolitics and transgender theories and politics. He is a founding editor, with Susan Stryker, of TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly. He is co-editor of Corpus: An Interdisciplinary Reader on Bodies and Knowledge and Transgender Rights. Currah sits on the editorial boards of the American Political Science Review, GLQ: A Journal of Gay and Lesbian Studies, Polity, and WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly.