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Miquel Missé

Sociologist and trans activist

Miquel Missé Sánchez (Barcelona, 1986) is a Barcelona-born sociologist and trans activist. They currently work as a consultant and trainer in the field of gender and sexual diversity policies. Their interests centre on the promotion of a critical, plural trans culture, and on the dissemination of referents with diverse and transformative gender experiences. This involves them in various lines of work, ranging from research, pedagogy and the generation of projects that combine education, culture and thought.

Jointly with Gerard Coll-Planas they edited the book El género desordenado: críticas en torno al patologización de la transexualidad (EGALES: 2010) and, with Pol Galofre, Políticas trans. Una antología de textos desde los estudios trans norteamericanos (Egales: 2015). He is also author of the books Transexualidades, otras miradas posibles (Egales: 2013) and A la conquista del cuerpo equivocado (Egales, 2018).

www.miguelmisse.com

Update: 20 April 2021

Contents

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Míriam Hatibi, Youssef Ben Iazza, Miquel Missé, Tanit Plana and Manal Zardouk

Publications

Has participated in

Displacements

Conversation and reading to tie in with the book "Journey to Mars"

Journey to Mars

Logbooks. A collective creation project

Conversation between Fina Birulés and Marta Segarra

Equality and Freedom

The exhibition as seen by...

Eloy Fernández Porta, Bel Olid, Najat El Hachmi, Miquel Missé and Tania Adam

A dialogue between Miquel Missé and Sam Fernández

Scrambling Gender: on Identity, Bodies, Medicine and Hormones

A morning with Judith Butler

Lecture and discussion with Miquel Missé

Trans* Bodies

Lecture by Jack Halberstam