Feminist, Queer and Trans Geographies

Reflections on a cis discipline

Putting the notes to paper of my Society & Space plenary lecture from the Denver 2023 AAG annual meeting, this article remains episodic as well as parenthetical (to speak directly to my reader: hallo, dear reader). It is a sympathetic and strong critique of the field that spans theory, empirical research, and personal experience to make sense of what it means to be trans in geography, what trans geographies offer critical geographies, and to propel forward a trans* radical geographical imagination.

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