1. Capitalism and Global Queering: National Markets, Parallels Among Sexual Cultures, and Multiple Queer Modernities
  2. Peter A. Jackson
  3. pp. 357-395
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  1. Queer Family Romance: Writing the “New” South Africa in the 1990s
  2. Brenna M. Munro
  3. pp. 397-439
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  1. Queer Kinship and Ambivalence: Video Autoethnographies by Jean Carlomusto and Richard Fung
  2. Julianne Pidduck
  3. pp. 441-468
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  1. Chitra Ganesh’s Queer Re-Visions
  2. Gayatri Gopinath
  3. pp. 469-480
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  1. The De-Fusion of Good Intentions: Outfest’s Fusion Film Festival
  2. Roya Rastegar
  3. pp. 481-497
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  1. Sublime Shame
  2. Alice A. Kuzniar
  3. pp. 499-512
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  1. The Autobiographical Isn’t the Personal
  2. Jordan Alexander Stein
  3. pp. 513-515
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  1. Masters of their Domain
  2. Jodi Schorb
  3. pp. 516-518
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  1. The Contexts of Witnessing of HIV/AIDS in South Africa
  2. Neville Hoad
  3. pp. 519-521
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  1. On the Receiving End
  2. Nunzio N. D’Alessio
  3. pp. 522-525
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  1. How to Bring Your Boys up Queer
  2. Melinda Cardozo
  3. pp. 526-528
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  1. The Outer Circle
  2. Chad Bennett
  3. pp. 529-531
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. p. 533
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