1. Emasculating Trump: Incredulity, Homophobia, and the Spectacle of White Masculinity
  2. Casey Ryan Kelly
  3. pp. 1-27
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  1. Introduction
  2. Jeff Roy
  3. pp. 42-47
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  1. Paradigms of Thirdness: Analyzing the Past, Present, and Potential Futures of Gender and Sexual Meaning in India
  2. Gayatri Reddy
  3. pp. 48-60
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  1. On Queerly Hidden Lives: Precarity and (In)visibility between Formal and Informal Economies in India
  2. Aniruddha Dutta
  3. pp. 61-75
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  1. Unhoming the Home as Field: Notes Towards Difficult Friendships
  2. Sayan Bhattacharya
  3. pp. 76-83
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  1. Choukathe Danriye (Standing at the Threshold): Queer Negotiations of Kolkata’s Archives and Society
  2. Uditi Sen
  3. pp. 84-99
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  1. Recalibrating (Field)work
  2. Elaine Craddock
  3. pp. 100-116
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  1. Hiding in Plain Sight: Disclosure, Identity, and the Indian Men’s Rights Movement
  2. Srimati Basu
  3. pp. 117-129
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  1. Forest Tales: Restorying the Ramayana
  2. Anuj Vaidya
  3. pp. 130-147
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  1. Itinerant Sex
  2. Anjali Arondekar
  3. pp. 148-152
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  1. Queer/Ivory Proclivities
  2. Geeta Patel
  3. pp. 153-157
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  1. “How Can I Be Too Loud and Still Not Be Heard?” : Negotiating Heteromisogyny in the Academy while Confronting White Feminism
  2. Lalita du Perron
  3. pp. 158-164
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  1. The Queer Turn in South Asian Studies? or “That’s Over & Done Queen, On to the Next”
  2. Brian A. Horton
  3. pp. 165-180
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  1. Transgender Visibility, Abolitionism, and Resistive Organizing in the Age of Trump: A Conversation with CeCe McDonald and Joshua Allen
  2. Mia Fischer, Sarah Slater, CeCe McDonald, Joshua Allen
  3. pp. 181-203
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  1. The Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination (2018)
  2. Frederick S. Roden
  3. pp. 204-217
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  1. Queer Cinema in the World by Karl Schoonover and Rosalind Galt (review)
  2. Juan Llamas-Rodriguez
  3. pp. 218-220
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  1. Teaching Queer: Radical Possibilities for Writing and Knowing by Stacey Waite (review)
  2. Kathryn Joan Leslie
  3. pp. 221-223
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  1. Out in the Periphery: Latin America’s Gay Rights Revolution by Omar G. Encarnación (review)
  2. Lisa M. Corrigan
  3. pp. 224-226
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  1. The New Mutants: Superheroes and the Radical Imagination of American Comics by Ramzi Fawaz (review)
  2. Jennifer Cuffman
  3. pp. 227-229
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