Che Gossett

Che Gossett is a Black trans femme writer and para academic theory queen. They are the recipient of the 2014 Gloria E. Anzaldúa Award from the American Studies Association and the 2014 Sylvia Rivera Award in Transgender Studies from the Center for Gay and Lesbian Studies at the City University of New York. They have published work on blackness and animality on the Verso Press blog and have also contributed to Queer Necropolitics, The Trans Studies Reader Volume II, Captive Gendersand forthcoming anthologies. Their website is: chegossett.wordpress.com


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Žižek’s Trans/gender Trouble

Che Gossett responds to Slavoj Žižek’s essay “The Sexual Is Political,” published in "The Philosophical Salon."...

Žižek’s Trans/gender Trouble
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