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Volume 1, Number 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

Chelsea Manning’s Queer Discontents

Leaking Chelsea Manning

pp. vii-viii

Protest Art

Portrait of Chelsea Manning

pp. 1-4


Sex, Gender, and War in an Age of Multicultural Imperialism

pp. 5-29

How the LGBT Community Helped Create the Caricature of Private Manning

pp. 30-46

Chelsea Manning Joins the Army—Of Whistleblowers

pp. 47-51

U.S. National Security Culture: From Queer Psychopathology to Queer Citizenship

pp. 52-79

Private Manning and the Chamber of Secrets

pp. 80-104

Bradley Manning, Chelsea Manning, and Queer Collaboration

pp. 105-117

Saving Private Manning?: On Erasure and the Queer in the I Am Bradley Manning Campaign

pp. 118-129

The Politics of Abandonment: Siding with the State and Heteronormativity Against Chelsea Manning

pp. 130-138

Chelsea Manning: Whistleblower on San Francisco Pride

pp. 139-147

Queer Conversations

Public Access, Privacy, and Queer Politics: An Interview with Nathan Fuller

pp. 148-161


Jodie Foster at the 2013 Golden Globe Awards: What She Said (and Didn’t) about Coming Out, Celebrity, and Queer Activism

pp. 162-165

When the Stars Come Out: Jodie Foster’s Queer Families and the Celebrity Private Sphere

pp. 166-172

Resisting the Mark: Shifting Identities and Assumptions in Foster’s Coming Out Speech

pp. 173-179

Weighted Expectations upon Jodie Foster’s “[I’m not] Coming Out [to You] Speech”

pp. 180-187

Relationally Out: A Case For and Against the Closet

pp. 188-192

Anderson Cooper and Jodie Foster: The Glass Closet and Gay Visibility in the Media

pp. 193-198

Queerness May Have Dodged a Bullet: Jodie Foster’s Neoliberal “Coming-Out” Rhetoric and the Politics of Visibility

pp. 199-208

Book Reviews

Sounding Like a No-No: Queer Sounds & Eccentric Acts in the Post-Soul Era by Francesca T. Royster (review)

pp. 209-211

Queer Activism in India: A Story in the Anthropology of Ethics by Naisargi N. Dave (review)

pp. 212-215

Queer Youth Suicide, Culture and Identity: Unliveable Lives? by Rob Cover (review)

pp. 216-218

Not the Marrying Kind: A Feminist Critique of Same-Sex Marriage by Nicola Barker (review)

pp. 219-221

Love and Money: Queers, Class and Cultural Production by Lisa Henderson (review)

pp. 222-224

Concrete and Dust: Mapping the Sexual Terrains of Los Angeles by Jeanine M. Mingé, Amber Lynn Zimmerman (review)

pp. 225-228

Flaming Souls: Homosexuality, Homophobia, and Social Change in Barbados by David A. B. Murray (review)

pp. 229-231

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