1. "We'll Always Be Bosom Buddies": Female Duets and the Queering of Broadway Musical Theater
  2. Stacy Ellen Wolf
  3. pp. 351-376
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  1. Design for (Queer) Living: Sexual Identity, Performance, and Decor in British Vogue, 1922-1926
  2. Christopher Reed
  3. pp. 377-403
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  1. "Dear Sisters": The Visible Lesbian in Community Arts Journals
  2. Margo Hobbs Thompson
  3. pp. 405-423
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  1. "Trade" Marks: LA2, Keith Haring, and a Queer Economy of Collaboration
  2. Ricardo Montez
  3. pp. 425-440
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  1. Gay Power circa 1970: Visual Strategies for Sexual Revolution
  2. Richard Meyer
  3. pp. 441-464
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  1. History with a Small "h": A Conversation with Glenn Ligon
  2. Rachel Middleman, Glenn Ligon
  3. pp. 465-474
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  1. Cyclona and Early Chicano Performance Art: An Interview with Robert Legorreta
  2. Jennifer Flores Sternad, Robert Legorreta
  3. pp. 475-490
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  1. Blogging on Queer Connections in the Arts and the Five Lesbian Brothers
  2. Jill Dolan
  3. pp. 491-506
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  1. Tackling the "Masculinity Crisis": Male Identity in the 1950s (review)
  2. Sarah E. Chinn
  3. pp. 507-510
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  1. The New African American Studies: Blackening Queer Studies and Sexing Black Studies
  2. Rinaldo Walcott
  3. pp. 510-513
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  1. Introduction
  2. Richard Meyer, David Román
  3. pp. 349-350
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 515-516
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