This special issue of TSQ prompts a conversation between trans and travesti studies scholars working across the Americas to investigate how shifts in cultural practices, aesthetics, geographies, and languages enliven theories of politics, subjectivity, and embodiment. Contributors to this issue offer a hemispheric perspective on trans and travesti issues to the Anglophone academy, expand transgender studies to engage geopolitical connections, and bring interdisciplinary approaches to topics ranging from policy to cultural production. This issue is an unprecedented English-language collection by Latin American and Latinx scholars on trans and travesti issues.
Contributors. Lino Arruda, Daniel Coleman, Cynthia Citlallin Delgado, El Colectivo del Archivo de la Memoria Trans, Juan Carlos Garrido, Claudia Sofia Garriga-Lopez, Bernadine Hernandez, Hillary Hiner, Denilson Lopes, Andres Lopez, Cole Rizki, Juana Maria Rodriguez, Oli Rodriguez, Marcia Lucia Machuca Rose, Martin de Mauro Rucovsky, Dora Silva Santana, Susy Shock, Sayak Valencia
Publisher: Duke University Press
Number of pages: 200
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