- Index to Volume 19
Adams, Mary Louise
No Taste for Rough-and-Tumble Play: Sport Discourses and the Regulation of Effeminacy 515–543
Anachronizing the Penitentiary, Queering the History of Sexuality 301–343
The Substance of Borders: Transgender Politics, Mobility, and US State Regulation of Testosterone 57–78
Queering the Impasse in Seventeenth-Century “Imperfect Enjoyment” Poetry 31–56
“Permeable We!”: Affect and the Ethics of Intersubjectivity in Eve Sedgwick’s A Dialogue on Love 79–110
Carrillo Rowe, Aimee
“. . . Your Ancestors Come”: Tracing an Abundant Present in Adelina Anthony’s La Hocicona Series 215–248
Is the Rectum a Mirror? Queer Palindromes in John Greyson’s Fig Trees and Miranda July’s You and Me and Everyone We Know 191–215
Introduction: Dirt off Her Shoulders 419–433
Getsy, David J.
Queer Exercises: Amber Hawk Swanson’s Performances of Self-Realization 465–485
Haunting the Queer Spaces of AIDS: Remembering ACT UP/New York and an Ethics for an Endemic 279–300
Hilton, Leon J.
“The Horse in My Flesh”: Transpecies Performance and Affective Athleticism 487–514
The Contexts of Marguerite Duras’s Homophobia 341–380
Queer Theory and the Yale School: Barbara Johnson’s Astonishment 143–166
Court and Sparkle: Kye Allums, Johnny Weir, and Raced Problems in Gender Authenticity 435–463
Emotional Attachments and Secular Imaginings: Western LGBTQ Activism on Iran 1–30
The Future Is Queer Stuff: Critical Utopianism and Its Discontents 545–558
Tallie, T. J.
Queering Natal: Settler Logics and the Disruptive Challenge of Zulu Polygamy 167–190
Bolton, Sony Coráñez
Deconstructing Filipino Studies: Queer Reading beyond US Exceptionalism (Martin Joseph Ponce, Beyond the Nation: Diasporic Filipino Literature and Queer Reading) 575–577 [End Page 597]
Boyd, Nan Alamilla, and Horacio N. Roque Ramírez, eds.,
Bodies of Evidence: The Practice of Queer Oral History, reviewed by Susan Cahn 405–407
Infectious Ideas: U.S. Political Responses to the AIDS Crisis, reviewed by Steven Epstein 249–260
Transforming Memories (Nan Alamilla Boyd and Horacio N. Roque Ramírez, eds., Bodies of Evidence: The Practice of Queer Oral History) 405–407
Troubling Circuits (Margot Weiss, Techniques of Pleasure: BDSM and the Circuits of Sexuality) 408–410
Out in Africa: LGBT Organizing in Namibia and South Africa, reviewed by Marc Epprecht 581–583
Black Lesbians: Visible, Not Pariahs (Mignon R. Moore, Invisible Families: Gay Identities, Relationships, and Motherhood among Black Women) 261–263
Decena, Carlos Ulises
The Color of Eros (Sharon Patricia Holland, The Erotic Life of Racism) 578–580
Decena, Carlos Ulises
Tacit Subjects: Belonging and Same-Sex Desire among Dominican Immigrant Men, reviewed by David Murray 131–133
de Groot, Scott
The Samurai and the Goldfish (Paul Veyne, Foucault: His Thought, His Character) 125–127
Comparisons Worth Making: Queer Studies and Comparative Literature (Jarrod Hayes, Margaret R. Higonnet, and William J. Spurlin, eds., Comparatively Queer: Interrogating Identities across Time and Cultures) 264–266
How Sexual Minority Rights Activism Got Its Groove in Southern Africa (Ashley Currier, Out in Africa: LGBT Organizing in Namibia and South Africa) 581–583
Reframing AIDS, Retooling Scholarship (Jennifer Brier, Infectious Ideas: U.S. Political Responses to the AIDS Crisis; Deborah B. Gould, Moving Politics: Emotion and ACT UP’s Fight against AIDS; Roger Hallas, Reframing Bodies: AIDS, Bearing Witness, and the Queer Moving Image) 249–260
Fajardo, Kale Bantigue
Filipino Crosscurrents: Oceanographies of Seafaring, Masculinities, and Globalization, reviewed by Martin Joseph Ponce 270–272
Queer Amendments (Chandan Reddy, Freedom with Violence: Race, Sexuality, and the US State) 411–413
Goldberg, Jonathan, ed.
See Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky
Gould, Deborah B.
Moving Politics: Emotion and ACT UP’s Fight against AIDS, reviewed by Steven Epstein 249–260
Haggerty, George E.
Being Gay (David M. Halperin, How to Be Gay) 584–586
Reframing Bodies: AIDS, Bearing Witness, and the Queer Moving Image, reviewed by Steven Epstein 249–260
Halperin, David M.
How to Be Gay, reviewed by George E. Haggerty 584–586 [End...