restricted access   Volume 17, Number 4, 2011

Table of Contents

From: GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies

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Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick: A Special Section

A Note on “The 1001 Seances”

pp. 449-455

The 1001 Seances

pp. 457-481

The Bar and the Board: for Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick

pp. 483-486

The Black Swan: Poetry, Punishment, and the Sadomasochism of Everyday Life; or, Tradition and the Individual Talent

pp. 487-496

“Surprising Recognition”: Genre, Poetic Form, and Erotics from Sedgwick’s “1001 Seances” to A Dialogue on Love

pp. 497-510


pp. 511-516


Are the Lips a Grave?

pp. 517-542

The Straightest Story Ever Told

pp. 543-573

José Garcia Villa’s Modernism and the Politics of Queer Diasporic Reading

pp. 575-602

GLQ Gallery

A Girl’s Journey into the Well of Forbidden Knowledge

pp. 603-618

Moving Image Review

Lesbian Archives

pp. 619-620

Immersion in Legacy: Coming Home to Ourselves and One Another

pp. 620-623

A La La La Archive

pp. 624-628

An Archive of Intimacies: A Conversation with Sarah Schulman

pp. 629-632

Outside the Hollywood Canon: Preserving Lesbian Moving Images

pp. 632-638

Medium: Ink on Paper

pp. 639-647

Book Reviews

The Epistemology of Ethnography: Method in Queer Anthropology

pp. 649-664

Visibility and Its Discontents: Queer Television Studies

pp. 665-676

Books in Brief

“Many Have Loved You with Lips and Fingers”

pp. 677-680

My Professor, Myself

pp. 680-682

The Hole That Wasn’t There

pp. 683-685

Queer Theory with a Twang

pp. 686-688


About the Contributors

pp. 689-691


Index to Volume 17

pp. 693-697