Courtney Plante

Courtney Plante

PhD
Dr. Courtney “Nuka” Plante is the co-founder and lead analyst of the International Anthropomorphic Research Project (IARP) – a team of social scientists who study identity development, stigma, and inter-group / inter- species dynamics in the furry fandom. His research has been funded by the Canadian Government, published in peer-reviewed psychological, social work, and fandom journals, and has been featured on television shows such as National Geographic’s “Taboo”. A recent graduate from the University of Waterloo, Dr. Plante is currently a postdoctoral fellow at Iowa State University.

Sessions

April 28, 2017
Dispelling Stigmatizing Misconceptions about Sexuality in the Furry Fandom
210 W 50th St, NYC
4:50PM  -  5:20PM
April 28, 2017
Panel Discussion and Final Words
210 W 50th St, NYC
5:30PM  -  6PM