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  Volume 36, Numbers 3 & 4, Fall/Winter 2008

Table of Contents

From: WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly

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Editors’ Note

pp. 9-10
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Introduction: Trans-, Trans, or Transgender?

pp. 11-22
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Part I - Article, Poetry, and Creative Prose

Transing and Transpassing across Sex-Gender Walls in Iran

pp. 23-42
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Branded★ Living

p. 43
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Cutting It Off: Bodily Integrity, Identity Disorders, and the Sovereign Stakes of Corporeal Desire in U.S. Law

pp. 44-63
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More Lessons from a Starfish: Prefixial Flesh and Transspeciated Selves

pp. 64-85
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Riddle Song

p. 86
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Humans, Horses, and Hormones: (Trans) Gendering Cross-Species Relationships

pp. 87-105
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Which Half is Mommy?: Tetragametic Chimerism and Trans-Subjectivity

pp. 106-125
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How Metaphor Works

p. 126
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Transgender without Organs?: Mobilizing a Geo-Affective Theory of Gender Modification

pp. 127-143
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An FU to the Men in Blue

pp. 144-145
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Perverse Citizenship: Divas, Marginality, and Participation in “Loca-Lization”

pp. 146-169
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Electric Brilliancy: Cross-Dressing Law and Freak Show Displays in Nineteenth-Century San Francisco

pp. 170-187
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Zamboni After Peggy Munson’s Origami Striptease

pp. 188-189
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Trans/Bolero/Drag/Migration: Music, Cultural Translation, and Diasporic Puerto Rican Theatricalities

pp. 190-209
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Reconstructing the Transgendered Self as a Muslim, Nationalist, Upper-Class Woman: The Case of Bulent Ersoy

pp. 210-229
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Not Food or Love

pp. 230-232
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Transgressive and Transformative Gendered Sexual Practices and White Privileges: The Case of the Dyke/Trans BDSM Communities

pp. 233-253
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Translating Women and Gender: The Experience of Translating The Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures into Arabic

pp. 254-268
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Part II - Images

Trans Genital Blue Print

pp. 269-270
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Part III - Prose

Transparent

pp. 271-278
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Part IV - Feminist Classic Revisited

Compulsory Gender and Transgender Existence: Adrienne Rich’s Queer Possibility

pp. 279-287
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Part V - Pedagogy

Transpedagogies: A Roundtable Dialogue

pp. 288-308
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Destabilizing Gender Identity

pp. 289-290
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Enke Responds to Nakamura

pp. 290-291
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Muñoz Responds to Nakamura

p. 291
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What is Trans? Tools for an Open Dialogue

pp. 292-293
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Gender-Inclusive Feminist Praxis in Contested Spaces

pp. 293-294
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Kirby Responds to Pomerleau

pp. 294-295
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Experiences in a Trans-Disciplinary Social Science Doctoral Program

pp. 295-296
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Garrison Responds to Freedman, Jones, and VanHooser

pp. 296-297
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Enke Responds to Freedman, Jones, and VanHooser

pp. 297-298
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Transgender Students in a Women’s College: Challenges to the Reproduction of Gender Essentialism

pp. 298-299
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Nakamura Responds to Hart and Lester

pp. 299-300
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Trapped in the Wrong Classroom: Making Decolonial Trans-Cultural Spaces in Women’s Studies

pp. 300-301
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Teacher-Student-Learning-Student-Teacher; or, Why Bodies Matter in the Classroom

pp. 301-303
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Part VI - Book Reviews

When Species Meet (review)

pp. 309-310
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Transforming Gender: Transgender Practices of Identity, Intimacy, and Care (review)

pp. 312-314
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Unruly Bodies: Life Writing by Women with Disabilities (review)

pp. 315-317
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The Transgender Studies Reader (review)

pp. 318-320
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Sperm Counts: Overcome by Man’s Most Precious Fluid (review)

pp. 321-323
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Imagining Transgender: An Ethnography of Category (review)

pp. 324-326
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Feeling Backward: Loss and the Politics of Queer History (review)

pp. 327-329
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Part VII - Alerts and Provocations

Expecting Bodies: The Pregnant Man and Transgender Exclusion from the Employment Non-Discrimination Act

pp. 330-336
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Errata

Errata

p. 8
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Research Areas

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