Trans/Queer Gender and Narrative Form

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A virtual symposium in three parts

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS:

SUSAN LANSER, BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY, US

TRISH SALAH, QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY, CAN

Since the first interventions in feminist narratology in the 1980s, the importance of gender as a contextual aspect of cultural productions has been firmly established in the study of narrative form. The interpretation of formal features such as narrative voice, poetic structure, temporality, genre and medium is inevitably influenced by the gender of those who produce, experience or are represented by texts. At the same time, queer and trans studies have established methodologies for approaching embodiment, ethics, social structures and cultural politics. This symposium brings together scholars working at the intersection of form and queer/trans gender in order to foster new approaches to the relationship between embodied identities and texts.

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Conference Organiser: Chiara Pellegrini

@chiarapg4 | c.pellegrini2@newcastle.ac.uk

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The symposium will take place on Zoom. Meeting details will be circulated to registered attendees in advance of each date. Make sure you register for all the dates you're interested in!

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