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  Volume 13, Number 2-3, 2007

Table of Contents

From: GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies

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Special Issue: Queer Temporalities

Guest Editor: Elizabeth Freeman


pp. 159-176

Theorizing Queer Temporalities: A Roundtable Discussion

pp. 177-195

Unbinding the Flesh in the Time That Remains: Crusader Martyrdom Then and Now

pp. 197-225

When Marriage Falls: Queer Coincidences in Straight Time

pp. 227-248

Coming Around Again: The Queer Momentum of Far from Heaven

pp. 249-272

Time to Tell: How to Tell the Proper Time? Finance and Cinema

pp. 273-300

Feeling Like Killing?: Queer Temporalities of Murderous Motives among Queer Children

pp. 301-325

"What Time We Kiss": Michael Field's Queer Temporalities

pp. 327-351

Cruising the Toilet: LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka, Radical Black Traditions, and Queer Futurity

pp. 353-367

ContributorsMoving Image Review

Imagining Intergenerationality: Representation and Rhetoric in the Pedophile Movie

pp. 369-385

Book Review

World Enough: Sex and Time in Recent Queer Studies

pp. 387-401

Books in Brief

The Low-End Theory

pp. 403-405

Suriname, Sweet Suriname

pp. 406-408

Garden-Variety Queer Studies?

pp. 409-412

Not the Usual Dirt

pp. 412-414

The Pleasures and Dangers of Telling Tales

pp. 415-417

About the Contributors

About the Contributors

pp. 419-421

Research Areas


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