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Panteá Farvid (PhD) is an Associate Professor of Applied Psychology, within the Schools of Public Engagement, at The New School in New York City. She predominantly teaches in the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students (BPATS) in social and applied psychology, psychology for social change, research methods, psychology of gender and sexuality, research methods, as well as psychology courses across the university (e.g., NSSR).


Her expertise, research, teaching and advocacy work center on the psychology of gender and sexuality. Dr. Farvid is the founder and director of The SexTech Lab at The New School, which examines evolving social issues at the intersection of sexuality, gender, race/ethnicity, culture, technology, and intimacy. She draws on mixed-methods, discursive methods, participatory approaches, as well as new and emerging methodologies Dr. Farvid has a wide-ranging media profile addressing social and psychological issues (see for example, her TEDx talk on saying goodbye to binary gender), as well as being a frequent consultant to policy makers and private companies Her work addresses various intersections of contemporary interpersonal, social, and structural inequities, with a view to mobilizing empirically driven social and political change.

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