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New resources, and what comes next

With our final event now over, we’d like to thank everyone who has contributed to an exciting, informative and inspiring series of events, be it through speaking, attending, administrative support or contributing skills and ideas.

This will not be the end of the project. We have plans for a journal issue and a book in the pipeline, and will also continue to update this website with resources generated at and/or relevant to the seminar series.

To begin with, we’re delighted to share a playlist of content from our third event, Trans In Popular Representation.

This playlist will eventually be updated with an additional video featuring Lee Gale’s talk.

Announcement: Trans in Popular Representation

We’re delighted to announce details of our third seminar.

Trans in Popular Representation will take place in the Radcliffe Conference Centre at the University of Warwick on Thursday 28th November 2013.

There will be four presentations over the course of the day, from Del LaGrace Volcano, Kat Gupta, Lee Gale (TransBareAll) and Helen Belcher (Trans Media Watch). Further details of the topic areas will follow soon.

The event will be highly interactive, with several opportunities for extensive discussion of themes and issues raised by the speakers.

Registration is now open.

A limited number of travel bursaries are available for participants who do not have institutional funds to attend. Let us know if you’d like to apply for one of these bursaries when you register.

Trans in Popular Representation

Resources from ‘Trans Genealogies’

We now have a variety of resources from the first seminar in the series – Trans Genealogiesavailable on the site. These include videos, abstracts, speaker biographies, powerpoint slides and links. Summaries of the group discussions should also follow soon.

There is also Trans Genealogies playlist on YouTube, with a variety of videos from the day. Alex Drummond has kindly donated her editing skills, meaning that powerpoint slides and other media are incorporated into most of these videos.

James Morton

We’d like to thank all of the speakers for allowing us to use resources and/or video footage related to their work.

More information on our next event – Trans As Everyday Culturewill follow very soon! We’ll be posting all about speakers and our agenda for the day both on this website and on our new Facebook page.