1. Queer Theory and the Yale School: Barbara Johnson's Astonishment
  2. Corey McEleney
  3. pp. 143-165
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  1. Queering Natal: Settler Logics and the Disruptive Challenge of Zulu Polygamy
  2. T. J. Tallie
  3. pp. 167-189
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  1. Is the Rectum a Mirror?: Queer Palindromes in John Greyson's Fig Trees and Miranda July's Me and You and Everyone We Know
  2. Stephanie Clare
  3. pp. 191-213
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  1. Reframing Aids, Retooling Scholarship
  2. Steven Epstein
  3. pp. 249-259
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  1. Black Lesbians: Visible, Not Pariahs
  2. Jessie Daniels
  3. pp. 261-263
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  1. Comparisons Worth Making: Queer Studies and Comparative Literature
  2. Petra Dierkes-Thrun
  3. pp. 264-266
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  1. People are Different
  2. Kathryn R. Kent
  3. pp. 267-269
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  1. Fluid Masculinities
  2. Martin Joseph Ponce
  3. pp. 270-272
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  1. On Marriage Equality
  2. Margot Weiss
  3. pp. 273-275
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  1. ". . . Your Ancestors Come": Tracing an Abundant Present in Adelina Anthony's La Hocicona series
  2. Aimee Carrillo Rowe
  3. pp. 215-247
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. p. 278
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