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  • Postposttranssexual: Key Concepts for a 21st Century Transgender Studies

    An issue of: TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly
    Volume: 1
    Issue: 1-2
    Pages: 308
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  • The issue will feature keyword essays by

    Rustem Ertug Altinay
    Katelyn Angell
    B.  Aultman
    Van Bailey
    Carsten Balzer
    Toby Beauchamp
    Oliver Bendorf
    Gabriela Cano
    micha cárdenas
    Shanna Carlson
    Claudia Castañeda
    Howard Chiang
    Nicholas Lee Clarkson
    Trystan Cotton
    Lucas Crawford
    Paisley Currah
    Justus Eisfeld
    Patricia Elliot
    Karine Espineira
    Matt Fournier
    Frank Galarte
    T.  Garner
    Chris Gauthier
    Kendall J.  Gerdes
    David Getsy
    Miqqi Alicia Gilbert
    Melissa M.  González
    Sally Hines
    Yetta Howard
    Dan Irving
    Tristan Josephson
    Anson Koch-Rein
    Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes
    Carla LaGata
    Erica Lennon
    Helen Hok-Sze Leung
    Heather Love
    Hilary Malatino
    Tey Meadow
    Brian Mistler
    Iain Morland
    Vic Munoz
    Zein Murib
    Sonny Nordmarken
    Gabrielle Owen
    Robert Phillips
    Jasbir    Puar
    Erica Rand
    K.J.  Rawson
    K.R. Roberto
    Trish Salah
    Gayle Salamon
    James Sares
    Danielle M. Seid
    Eric Stanley
    Eliza Steinbock
    Elizabeth Stephens
    Sandy Stone
    Susan Stryker
    Amets Suess
    Nikki Sullivan
    Avery Tompkins
    Ann Travers
    Jeanne Vaccaro
    David Valentine
    Sari van Anders
    Eli Vitulli
    Pau Crego Walters
    Karl Whittington
    Saskia E. Wieringa
    Willy Wilkinson
    Tarynn M. Witten
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  • Description

    TSQ aims to be the journal of record for the rapidly emerging field of transgender studies. The inaugural issue, “Postposttranssexual: Key Concepts for a 21st-Century Transgender Studies,” pays homage to Sandy Stone's field-defining “Posttranssexual Manifesto” and assesses where the field is now and where it seems to be heading. Comprising over eighty short essays by authors ranging from graduate students to senior scholars, the issue takes on such topics as biopolitics, disability, political economy, childhood, trans-of-color critique, area studies, translation, pathologization, the state, and animal studies. Some keyword entries resemble encyclopedia articles (sports, psychoanalysis); others are poetic meditations on concepts (capacity, transition); still others offer whimsical and eccentric expositions of words that are more unexpected-and unexpectedly productive (perfume, hips). Some entries pose trenchant resistances to the keyword concept itself. The issue includes a substantive introduction by the editors and serves as a primer for readers encountering transgender studies for the first time.

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