Sean Saifa Wall is an intersex activist, visual artist and public health researcher. His research interests started at Williams College where he was selected as a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow. Since then, he has worked in different capacities on a number of research projects that centre Black, queer and transgender populations. His recent collaborative projects include a chapter on Black U.S. Sexual and Gender Minority Health in the Oxford Handbook of Sexual and Gender Minority Health and a report submitted to the Open Society Foundations on intersex activism in the Global South.
*Photo credit: Harry Daniels ATL
Saifa commenced his 36-month Marie Skłodowska Curie fellowship at University of Huddersfield in the U.K. in September 2020.
6 April 2022: Joint activity with the MagnEFi ITN
During a joint outreach activity with the MSCA ITN MagnEFi (860060), Sean Saifa Wall gave a presentation on the topic of intersex erasure in Ireland and England.
25 February 2022: Understanding Intersex (part of the Yorkshire Urban and Rural Teaching Partnership Masterclass 2022)
Saifa gave a presentation on intersex issues for social work providers to social work students and practitioners during this event.