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Volume 14, Number 2-3, 2008

Table of Contents

From: GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies

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Edited by Eithne Luibhéid

Queer/Migration: An Unruly Body of Scholarship

pp. 169-190

Black Atlantic, Queer Atlantic: Queer Imaginings of the Middle Passage

pp. 191-215

A Political Ecology of "Unnatural Offences": State Security, Queer Embodiment, and the Environmental Impacts of Prison Migration

pp. 217-237

Same-Sex Migration in Australia: From Interdependency to Intimacy

pp. 239-262

Between Gulags and Pride Parades: Sexuality, Nation, and Haunted Speech Acts

pp. 263-287

Sexuality, Migration, and the Shifting Line between Legal and Illegal Status

pp. 289-315

The Haunting of Gay Manila: Global Space-Time and the Specter of Kabaklaan

pp. 317-338

Tacit Subjects

pp. 339-359

Queer Caribbean Homecomings: The Collaborative Art Exhibits of Nelson Ricart-Guerrero and Christian Vauzelle

pp. 361-381

All that Glitters: Trans-ing California's Gold Rush Migrations

pp. 383-402

Transportation: Translating Filipino and Filipino American Tomboy Masculinities through Global Migration and Seafaring

pp. 403-424

Books in Brief

Queering Exilic Experience

pp. 425-428

Queering Chineseness, Unthinking Neoliberalism

pp. 428-430

I Do If You Do

pp. 431-433

Seeing Queerly: The Emergence of Lesbian Visual Codes in Interwar Paris

pp. 434-436

Heroines of a New Modernity

pp. 436-438

Real Men

pp. 439-441

Our National Mirror Stage

pp. 442-444

Keeping Secrets

pp. 445-447

Ballet and the Queer Sensibility

pp. 448-450

Queering Transculturation

pp. 451-453

About the Contributors

About the Contributors

pp. 455-456

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