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Refereed Articles


Clune-Taylor, C. (In Press). “Arguments for a Ban on Pediatric Intersex Surgery: A Dis/Analogy with Jehovah Witness Blood Transfusion,” Bioethics

Clune-Taylor, C. (2019). “Securing Cisgendered Futures: Intersex Management Under the ‘Disorders of Sex Development’ Treatment Model,” Hypatia, 34 (4): 690-712.


Chavkin, W., Abu-Odeh, D., Clune-Taylor, C., Dubow, S., Ferber, M. & Meyer, I.H. (2018) “Balancing Freedom of Conscience and Equitable Access,”American Journal of Public Health, 108 (11): 1487-1488.


Clune-Taylor, C. (2010). “From Intersex to DSD: The Disciplining of Sex Development”. PhaenEx: Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture, 5 (2): 152-178.

Invited Publications

Clancy, K., Fuentes, A., VanSickle, C., and Clune-Taylor, C. (Forthcoming March-April 2024). “Biology is Not Binary” American Scientist, 112: 78-81.


Ahmed I, Armstrong A, Clemons TA, Clune-Taylor C, Love-Rutledge ST, Phillips MA, Rogers CD, Williams MJ. How do DEI initiatives impact STEMM, and why do we still need them? Cell. 2023 Jun 8;186(12):2506-2509

Clune-Taylor, C. (2020) “Is Sex Socially Constructed?” Routledge Handbook on Feminist Philosophy of Science. S. Crasnow and K. Intemann (Eds) New York, NY.


Clune-Taylor, C. (2015). “Intersex movements.” The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies (pp.1-5). N. Naples, R.C. Hoogland, M. Wickramasinghe and A. Wong (Eds). New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.

For a full list of my publications and presentations, please see my full CV.


“Not the Apocalypse They Were Looking For" Presentation, Department of Political Science Speaker Series, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, September 24, 2020.

“Covid-19, Racism and Masculinity” Intersections of Gender in Conversation Series, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, May 29, 2020

“How the Genomics of Intersex Conditions Undermines Biological 'Truth' Regarding Sex, Gender, and Sexuality” The Gift and Weight of Genomic Knowledge: In Search of the Good Biocitizen (Organized by The Hastings Center), Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, N.Y. October 4, 2018.

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