TRANS> was the print journal of Sandra Antelo-Suarez’s non-profit organization TRANS>, which she founded in 1995. It ran for 11 editions under Antelo-Suárez’s editorial direction and served as an interdisciplinary and multilanguage publication with a focus on the cultural contextualization of American cultures. TRANS> published seminal essays by Ernesto Laclau, Judith Butler, Juan Goytisolo, and Sylvère Lotringer; and discussions on art accompanied by published artwork, such as the TRANS> gum edition by Paul McCarthy, which served as the cover of TRANS> no. 8, 2000.


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