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Remaking the Past: Feminist Spirituality in Anonymous 4 and Sequentia's Vox Feminae

pp. 1-21
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Gender and Gender Redux: Rethinking Binaries and the Aesthetics of Old-Style Javanese Wayang

pp. 22-39
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Three Perspectives on Feminist Rock Criticism: In Memory of Ellen Willis

A Spy in the House of Love

pp. 40-43
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Calling Ellen Willis: Quarreling with the "Radicals," Loving Consumer Culture, and Hearing Women's Voices

pp. 44-53
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The Write to Rock: Racial Mythologies, Feminist Theory, and the Pleasures of Rock Music Criticism

pp. 54-62
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Theorizing Gender, Culture, and Music

The Sublime, the Ineffable, and Other Dangerous Aesthetics

pp. 63-74
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Garden Disputes: Postmodern Beauty and the Sublime Neighbor: A Response to Judy Lochhead's "The Sublime, the Ineffable, and Other Dangerous Aesthetics"

pp. 75-86
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Musicology after Identity—: Four Fragments

pp. 87-93
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Experience, Borders: "How, therefore, must we live?": A Response to James Robert Currie

pp. 94-95
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Reviews

Black Women and Music: More than the Blues (review)

pp. 96-100
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Check It While I Wreck It: Black Womanhood, Hip-Hop Culture and the Public Sphere (review)

pp. 100-104
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A Boy Named Sue: Gender and Country Music (review)

pp. 104-110
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Sensational Knowledge: Embodying Culture through Japanese Dance (review)

pp. 110-113
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The Queer Composition of America's Sound: Gay Modernists, American Music, and National Identity (review)

pp. 113-117
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Melting the Venusberg: A Feminist Theology of Music (review)

pp. 117-122
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 123-125
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