restricted access   Volume 4, Number 2, Summer 2017

Table of Contents

Essays

Transcoding Sexuality: Computational Performativity and Queer Code Practices

pp. 1-25

The Revolution Will Be Working Class and Queer: Dos Passos’s Three Soldiers, Progressive Politics, and Revolutionary Rhetorics

pp. 26-50

Forum

Queer Resistance

Queer Resistance

pp. 51-55

Donald Trump is the Perfect Man for the Job

pp. 56-62

From Sanctuary to a Queer Politics of Fugitivity

pp. 63-70

a provocation towards moving

pp. 71-75

Training for Exhaustion (2015)

pp. 76-78

Queers Resisting Trump and White Supremacy in Mexico City

pp. 79-83

Notes on Trans Relationality

pp. 84-92

A Queer Indigenous Manifesto

pp. 93-99

Outsider Orbits: Disavowal and Dissent in the United States

pp. 100-107

Spaces of Solidarity: The Last Seduction/La Seducción Fatal

pp. 108-111

Forum

In the Wake of “The Violence of Heteronormativity”: Reflecting on, Contending with Affective Remains

In the Wake of “The Violence of Heteronormativity”: Reflecting on, Contending with Affective Remains

pp. 112-114

Further Notes on Healing from “The Violence of Heteronormativity in Communication Studies”

pp. 115-122

Unlearning the Violence of the Normative

pp. 123-130

Homonormativity and Violence against Immigrants

pp. 131-136

Heteronormativity without Nature: Toward a Queer Ecology

pp. 137-142

The Sex that God Can’t See: Heteronormativity, Whiteness, and the Erasure of Queer Desire in Popular Media

pp. 143-149

The Violence of Heteronormativity: Queer Worldmaking in Anohni’s Hopelessness

pp. 150-161

Victims, Protectors, and Possibilities for Change: White Womanhood and the Violence of Heteronormativity

pp. 162-169

Every Violent August: Postcards from the Trenches of High School

pp. 170-176

“Not Nothing”

pp. 177-179

Letters

pp. 180-185

Book Reviews

Queer Lovers and Hateful Others: Regenerating Violent Times and Places by Jin Haritaworn (review)

pp. 186-188

A View from the Bottom: Asian American Masculinity and Sexual Representation by Tan Hoang Nguyen (review)

pp. 189-192

Queerly Remembered: Rhetorics for Representing the GLBTQ Past by Thomas R. Dunn (review)

pp. 193-196

Gendered Asylum: Race and Violence in U.S. Law and Politics by Sara L. McKinnon (review)

pp. 197-199

Beyond Monogamy: Polyamory and the Future of Polyqueer Sexualities by Mimi Schippers (review)

pp. 200-202