restricted access   Volume 18, Numbers 2-3, 2012

Table of Contents

Black / Queer / Diaspora

Edited by Jafari S. Allen


Black/Queer/Diaspora at the Current Conjuncture

pp. 211-248

A Conversation "Overflowing with Memory": On Omise'eke Natasha Tinsley's "Water, Shoulders, Into the Black Pacific"

pp. 249-262

Extract from "Water, Shoulders, Into the Black Pacific"

pp. 263-276

Chatting Back an Epidemic: Caribbean Gay Men, HIV/AIDS, and the Uses of Erotic Subjectivity

pp. 277-295

Queer(y)ing Freedom: Black Queer Visibilities in Postapartheid South Africa

pp. 297-323

What the Sands Remember

pp. 325-346

Of Unexplained Presences, Flying Ife Heads, Vampires, Sweat, Zombies, and Legbas: A Meditation on Black Queer Aesthetics

pp. 347-359

"My Father Didn't Have a Dick": Social Death and Jackie Kay's Trumpet

pp. 361-379

Image Gallery

pp. 381-385

Book Review

Queer Histories and the Global City

pp. 387-405

Books in Brief

Maybe Midlife, But No Crisis: Queer Theory in its Third Decade

pp. 407-409

Unchosen Families

pp. 410-412

A New Look at Queer Temporality

pp. 413-415

Sovereignty, the Queer Condition

pp. 416-418

Marriage Equals Death . . . Seriously

pp. 419-421

About the Contributors

pp. 423-424