1. The Gender and Queer Politics of Translation: New Approaches
  2. William J. Spurlin
  3. pp. 201-214
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  1. A Queer and Embodied Translation: Ethics of Difference and Erotics of Distance
  2. Aarón Lacayo
  3. pp. 215-230
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  1. “Homme” peut-il vouloir dire “Femme”?: Gender and Translation in Seventeenth-Century French Moral Literature
  2. Pierre Zoberman
  3. pp. 231-252
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  1. Strategies of Translating Sexualities as Part of the Secularization of Eighteenth- and Early Nineteenth-Century Russia
  2. Sergey Tyulenev
  3. pp. 253-276
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  1. Translation is Blind: Reflections on Narcissus and the Possibility of a Queer Echo
  2. Elizabeth Richmond-Garza
  3. pp. 277-297
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  1. Untranslatable Desire: Interethnic Relationships in Franco–Arab Literature
  2. Mehammed Amadeus Mack
  3. pp. 321-343
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  1. The Question of Gender: Joan W. Scott’s Critical Feminism ed. by Judith Butler and Elizabeth Weed (review)
  2. Geoffrey Berney
  3. pp. 344-347
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  1. Transnational Discourses on Class, Gender, and Cultural Identity by Irene Marques (review)
  2. Malathi Iyengar
  3. pp. 347-350
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  1. Gender, Nation and the Arabic Novel: Egypt, 1892–2008 by Hoda Elsadda (review)
  2. Dina Heshmat
  3. pp. 351-353
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  1. Beyond the Mother Tongue: The Postmonolingual Condition by Yasemin Yildiz (review)
  2. Bruce Horner
  3. pp. 354-357
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  1. Flesh and Fish Blood: Postcolonialism, Translation, and the Vernacular by Subramanian Shankar (review)
  2. Amardeep Singh
  3. pp. 357-360
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  1. Disarming Words: Empire and the Seductions of Translation in Egypt by Shaden M. Tageldin (review)
  2. Jenine Abboushi
  3. pp. 360-364
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  1. Translingual Identities: Language and Self in Stefan Heym and Jakov Lind by Tamar Steinitz (review)
  2. Natasha Lvovich
  3. pp. 364-367
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 368-372
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  1. Feminism and the Politics of Travel After the Enlightenment by Yaël Schlick (review)
  2. Ulrike Brisson
  3. pp. e-1-e-3
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