In this essay, five authors use collaged relational autoethnography to explore the relational constitution of non-binary gender subjectivity, resulting in a performance of queer worldmaking. The larger force driving this project includes the unlearning of cisheteronormativity at the intersections of difference. Drawing on the analytic power of “transing” communication, we use collaged relational autoethnography to explore non-binary subjectivity and critical consciousness development.
- queer relationality
- queer worldmaking
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Visual Arts and Performing Arts
- Literature and Literary Theory