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  Volume 23, Number 1, Spring 2004

Table of Contents

From: Literature and Medicine

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Editors' Preface: Difference and Identity in Medicine

pp. vi-xii
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Section I: Dis-ability

Disability as Masquerade

pp. 1-22
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Meditation, Disability, and Identity

pp. 23-45
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Fat as Disability: The Case of the Jews

pp. 46-60
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Response to Section I: Dis-ability

pp. 61-65
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Section II: Dis-sexuality

Where the Girls Are : The Management of Venereal Disease by United States Military Forces in Vietnam

pp. 66-87
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Bug Chasing, Barebacking, and the Risks of Care

pp. 88-111
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"Without us all told": Paul Monette's Vigilant Witnessing to the AIDS Crisis

pp. 112-127
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Response to Section II: Dis-sexuality Sexuality and Dis-Sexuality in the International Regime of Human Rights

pp. 128-133
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Section III: Dis-embodiment

Memento Morbi : Lam Qua's Paintings, Peter Parker's Patients

pp. 134-159
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Loss and the Persistence of Memory: "The Case of George Dedlow" and Disabled Civil War Veterans

pp. 160-183
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Extrapolating Race in GATTACA : Genetic Passing, Identity, and the Science of Race

pp. 184-200
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Response

pp. 201-204
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 205-207
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Research Areas

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