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Volume 15, Number 2, 2009

Table of Contents

Intersex and After

Edited by Iain Morland

Introduction: Lessons from the Octopus

pp. 191-197

Progress and Politics in the Intersex Rights Movement: Feminist Theory in Action

pp. 199-224

Imperatives of Normality: From “Intersex” to “Disorders of Sex Development”

pp. 225-247

Intersex Practice, Theory, and Activism: A Roundtable Discussion

pp. 249-260

The Herm Portfolio

pp. 261-265

Quantum Sex: Intersex and the Molecular Deconstruction of Sex

pp. 267-284

What Can Queer Theory Do for Intersex?

pp. 285-312

Book Review

The Somatechnics of Intersexuality

pp. 313-327

Books in Brief

The Uses of Abjection

pp. 329-331

Transparent Figures

pp. 332-334

Of Lesbians and Technosperm

pp. 335-337

Progressive Hauntings

pp. 338-340

Scripting Sex in the Ottoman Middle East

pp. 341-343

High Medieval Allegory and Coercion

pp. 344-345

Superbad Sex Objects

pp. 346-348

The Figure of the Black Femme and Her Radical Elsewhere

pp. 349-351

Of Canines and Queers

pp. 352-354

About the Contributors

About the Contributors

pp. 355-356

Research Areas


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