Volume 45, Numbers 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 2017

Table of Contents

At Sea

Edited by Terri Gordon-Zolov and Amy Sodaro

Editors' Note

pp. 9-11
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Introduction

pp. 12-26
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Part I. Theorizing Gender at Sea

The Genders of Waves

pp. 29-51
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In Elixir

p. 52
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stories (Eurydice)

pp. 53-54
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Finding Oneself On Board the Ibis in Amitav Ghosh's Sea of Poppies

pp. 55-64
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Postcard from Assam—after Agha Shahid Ali's "Postcard from Kashmir"

pp. 65-66
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Part II. Sea Crossings

Divided Seas, Parallel Lives

pp. 69-89
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Not Her

pp. 90-91
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Darwin's Daughter

pp. 92-93
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Salt | water: Vietnamese Refugee Passages, Memory, and Statelessness at Sea

pp. 94-111
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Migration

p. 112
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The Indenture of Migrant Domestic Workers

pp. 113-127
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Overseas

pp. 128-130
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Offloaded: Women's Sex Work Migration across the South China Sea and the Gendered Antitrafficking Emigration Policy of the Philippines

pp. 131-147
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Part III. Endangered and Dangerous Seas

Aquapelagic Assemblages: Performing Water Ecology with Harmattan Theater

pp. 151-166
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Ship's Log

p. 167
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Home

p. 168
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What's Bottled Breaks

pp. 169-170
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Intimate Objectivity: On Nnedi Okorafor's Oceanic Afrofuturism

pp. 171-188
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After years at sea

p. 189
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This Fabulous Shadow

pp. 190-191
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75 Contronyms

pp. 192-196
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Rise

pp. 197-198
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My Woman Won't Make Me Catfish

pp. 199-200
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Part IV. Gender and Sexuality at Sea

Cruising to Equality: Tourism, U.S. Homonationalism, and the Lesbian and Gay Family Market

pp. 203-220
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Aground

pp. 221-224
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American Men and Romance Tourism: Searching for Traditional Trophy Wives as Status Symbols of Masculinity

pp. 225-242
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I Did Not Go Down to the River to Pray

p. 243
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Sentry

pp. 244-245
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"Alive … again." Unmoored in the Aquafuture of Ellen Gallagher's Watery Ecstatic

pp. 246-263
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Here Is the Sea to Drive You Home

pp. 264-265
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Part V. Classics Revisited: Rachel Carson’s The Sea Around Us

Radical Observation

pp. 269-277
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Touching the Oceans

pp. 278-281
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Surfaces and Depths

pp. 282-286
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Bitter with the Salt of Continents: Rachel Carson and Oceanic Returns

pp. 287-291
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The Birth of an Island: Rachel Carson's The Sea Around Us

pp. 292-298
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Part VI. Book Reviews

Crossings

pp. 301-304
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Human Trafficking at Sea

pp. 305-309
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Caribglobal: Colonial Desire, Transgression, Exclusion, and Belonging in the Caribbean

pp. 310-315
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Part VII. Alerts and Provocations

Finding Neutral Buoyancy: An Intersection of Ecology and Feminism through Innovative Pedagogy

pp. 319-323
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