Trans geographies center the lived experiences of trans people across space and time by focusing on the relationships between trans people and the spaces and places of their everyday lives. The field distinguishes itself from queer geographies and geographies of sexualities by directly centering trans people, communities, and experiences as sources of geographical knowledge and scholarship. Trans geographical work seeks to present new and original ways to analyze the nuances of how trans people interact with gendered spaces, normativities, and institutions, as well as the material experiences of trans people in specific geographical sites.

The Particularities of Trans Geographies

Geographical interventions ground trans studies in the everyday experiences of trans people in order to complicate and reject binary conceptions of gender in geographical scholarship. Importantly, trans ...

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