Lee Ellis and transsexualism

Lee A. Ellis (born 1942) is an American criminologist and sociobiologist who is a member of the Human Biodiversity Institute group run by Steve Sailer.

Since 1995, Ellis has hosted a conference on the biological basis of sex and gender minorities every five years. This conference is a who's who of the academic pathologization of trans people.

Much of his work focuses on reifying sex differences, with a sociobiological take on things like rape and sexual orientation.

Ellis grew up on a farm near Iola, Kansas. He attended Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas, earning a B.A. in Sociology in 1966 and an M.S. in Sociology in 1970. He then attended Florida State University, graduating with a Criminology Ph.D. in 1983, minoring in Psychology.

Books

Social Stratification and Socioeconomic Inequality: Volume 1: A Comparative Biosocial Analysis

Social Stratification and Socioeconomic Inequality: Volume 2: Reproductive and Interpersonal Aspects of Dominance and Status

Theories Of Rape: Inquiries Into The Cause Of Sexual Aggression

Biosocial Criminology: Challenging Environmentalism's Supremacy

Criminology: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Crime in Biological, Social, and Moral Contexts

Males, Females, and Behavior: Toward Biological Understanding

Criminology: A Global Perspective

Sex Differences: Summarizing More Than a Century of Scientific Research

External links

http://www.scienceinfosearch.com (defunct)

http://mail.misu.nodak.edu/~lee.ellis/LeeWeb/vitae.html