Trans Identities in the French Media: Representation, Visibility, Recognition explores the representation of trans identities in contemporary French society, with essays in fields as wide-ranging as translation studies, women's and gender studies, film studies, and comics studies. This book analyzes the multi-layered meaning of "representation" to reflect on the questions of trans visibility and recognition in a French context. The texts selected provide readers with in-depth and innovative analyses that discuss the representation of trans identities in the French media, its main challenges, as well as the pitfalls and innovations that shape these representations today.
About the Author
Romain Chareyron is assistant professor of French at the University of Saskatchewan.