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Volume 2, Number 1, 2013

Table of Contents

Editor’s Introduction

p. v


Toward the “Higher Type of Womanhood”: The Gendered Contours of Garveyism and the Making of Redemptive Geographies in Costa Rica, 1922–1941

pp. 1-27

A Loving Reclamation of the Unutterable: Patricia Hill Collins, Hortense J. Spillers, and Nina Simone as Excellent Performers of Nomenclature

pp. 28-46

It’s All in the Name: Hip Hop, Sexuality, and Black Women’s Identity in Breakin’ In: The Making of a Hip Hop Dancer

pp. 47-58

Boys to Men: Getting Personal about Black Manhood, Sexuality, and Empowerment

pp. 59-73

Reading Will Make You Queer: Gender Inversion and Racial Leadership in Claude McKay’s Home to Harlem

pp. 74-86

Cartography of Curves: Black Women and Eros in Prose and Pictures: A Dialogue between Rachel Eliza Griffiths (photographer) and Alice Randall (novelist), with an Introduction, “Black Magic Women,” by Houston A. Baker

pp. 87-98

“Do I Need a Contract to Kiss You?”: Consent, Incapacitation, and The Ethics of Sex

pp. 99-105

Women, Religion, and Sexuality in Contemporary Moroccan Film: Unveiling the Veiled in ﺤﺟاﺏ ﺍﺁﺤﺏ Hijab al-Hob (Veils of Love, 2009)

pp. 106-123

Poetic License

pp. 126-128


pp. 129-132