1. Ground Zero
  2. Neferti X. M. Tadiar
  3. pp. 173-181
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  1. On Being Area-Studied: A Litany of Complaint
  2. Keguro Macharia
  3. pp. 183-190
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  1. The Are(n)a of the Story
  2. Ronaldo V. Wilson
  3. pp. 191-204
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  1. We Have Always Been Queer
  2. Diana Taylor
  3. pp. 205-214
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  1. Queer Theory and Permanent War
  2. Maya Mikdashi, Jasbir K. Puar
  3. pp. 215-222
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  1. Backward Futures and Pasts Forward: Queer Time, Sexual Politics, and Dalit Religiosity in South India
  2. Lucinda Ramberg
  3. pp. 223-248
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  1. Voyages across Indenture: From Ship Sister to Mannish Woman
  2. Aliyah Khan
  3. pp. 249-280
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  1. Queer Studies / African Studies: An (Im)possible Transaction?
  2. Ashley Currier, Thérèse Migraine-George
  3. pp. 281-305
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  1. Working the Malecon: Whiteness, Queer Respectability, and the Loss of Intimacy in Cuba
  2. Karina Lissette Cespedes
  3. pp. 307-309
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  1. Will Steelworkers Join the Fight for LGBTQ Civil Rights?
  2. Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy
  3. pp. 310-312
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  1. Identity at Play
  2. Margaret Rhee
  3. pp. 312-314
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  1. Looking for the Queer in the Native
  2. Mark Rifkin
  3. pp. 315-317
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  1. Ridding Oneself of Mad Masters
  2. Tom Roach
  3. pp. 318-320
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  1. Area Impossible: Notes toward an Introduction
  2. Anjali Arondekar, Geeta Patel
  3. pp. 151-171
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  1. About the Contributors
  2. pp. 321-323
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