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Issue 57 Spring, 2013

Moving Bodies
Sympathetic Migrations in Transgender Narrativity
    By CAEL M. KEEGAN

The Nun, The Priest, and the Pornographer
Scripting Rape in Maria Monk’s Awful Disclosures
    By KATHLEEN KENNEDY

Human Rights and the "African Village"
Ousmane Sembène’s Moolaadé
    By DANIELLE BOUCHARD

I Can Be Whoever I Want to Be
Alias and The Post-Feminist Rhetoric of Choice
    By SARAH E. WHITNEY

Technodrama of the Designer Baby in My Sister's Keeper and Pride
    By DEANNA GROSS SCHERGER

Who's in Prison in the U.S.? Who's Not?
A Special Call for Papers

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 57

Issue 56 Fall, 2012

Making a Meal of Manhood
Revisiting Rope and the Question of Hitchcock's Homophobia
    By DAVID GREVEN

The Only Black Man at the Party
Joni Mitchell Enters the Rock Canon
    By MILES PARKS GRIER

A Body That Does Not Compare
How White Men Define Black Female Beauty in the Era of Colorblindness
    By BRITTANY C. SLATTON

Soldiers of Feeling
Masculinity and Patriotism in Innes Munro’s Military Memoirs
    By CHRISTOPHER F. LOAR

Phallic Nationalism
Limits of Male Homosocial Desire in A Spy on Mother Midnight
    By ELIZABETH SAVAGE

Who's in Prison in the U.S.? Who's Not?
A Special Call for Papers

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 56

Issue 55 Spring, 2012

Performing Countercultural Masculinity
Mick, Music and Masquerade in Gimme Shelter
    By AMANDA HOWELL

Feminism, Postfeminism, Liz Lemonism
Comedy and Gender Politics on 30 Rock
    By LINDA MIZEJEWSKI

The Gender Entrapment of Neoliberal Development
    By TRYON P. WOODS

Trifles, Abominations, and Literary Gossip
Gendered Rhetoric and Nineteenth-Century Scrapbooks
    By AMY MECKLENBURG-FAENGER

Queering Couplehood 
Robert & John Allerton and Historical Perspectives on Kinship
    By NICHOLAS L. SYRETT

Who's in Prison in the U.S.? Who's Not?
A Special Call for Papers

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 55

Issue 54   Fall, 2011

Policing Black Women’s Sexual Expression
The Cases of Sarah Jones and Renee Cox
    By KIMBERLY SPRINGER

From Rugged Individual to Dishy Dad
Reinventing masculinity in Singapore
    By CHRIS HUDSON

Bawdy Technologies and the Birth of Ectoplasm
    By L. ANNE DELGADO

British Science Fiction Television
in the Discursive Context of Second Wave Feminism
    By CHRISTINE CORNEA

Prejudicial Distribution of the HPV Vaccine
    By JESSICA SMARTT GULLION

Who's in Prison in the U.S.? Who's Not?
A Special Call for Papers

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 54

Issue 53    Spring, 2011

Feminized Men and Inauthentic Women
Fight Club and the Limits of Anti-Consumerist Critique
    By SALLY ROBINSON

Cross-cultural Identification, Neoliberal Feminism, and Afghan Women
    By MALINI JOHAR SCHUELLER

(The) Bikini
EmBodying the Bomb
    By THOMAS G. COLE, II

Situational Lesbians & the Daddy Tank
Women Prisoners Negotiating Queer Identity and Space, 1970-1980
    By JESSI LEE JACKSON

Letting Men Off the Hook?
Domestic Violence and Postfeminist Celebrity Culture
    By NATASHA PATTERSON and
         CAMILLA A. SEARS

Who's in Prison in the U.S.? Who's Not?
A Special Call for Papers

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 53

Issue 52    2010

Manufacturing Hysteria
The Import of U.S. Abortion Rhetorics to Poland
    By JUSTYNA WLODARCZYK

Getting The Girl
Wittig and Zeig's Trojan Horse
    By JULIE SCANLON

You Have Not What You Ought
Gender and Corporeal Intelligibility in
Henry Fielding's The Female Husband
    By EMILY BOWLES

Boys and Girls Come Out to Play
Gender and Music-Making in
Hamilton, New Zealand/Aotearoa
    By MATTHEW BANNISTER

Jocasta and the Rebirth of Matriarchy
Embodied Spectatorship in
Margaret Oliphant's "The Portrait"
    By DEBORAH MANION

Everybody Has a Mammy:
The Productive Discomfort of
Louise Beavers' Movie Maids
    By KAREN BEAVERS

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 52

Issue 51     2010

Gender as the Next Top Model 
of Global Consumer-Citizenship
    By LINDSAY PALMER

"I Really Must Be an Emma Bovary"
Female Literacy and Adultery in Feminist Fiction
    By SUZANNE LEONARD

The Englishman in America
Masculinity in Love and Death on Long Island
and Father of Frankenstein
    By PÁRAIC FINNERTY

Bar and Dog Collar
Commodity, Subculture, and Narrative in Jane DeLynn
    By GUY DAVIDSON

Woolf's Orlando and the 
Resonances of Trans Studies
    By CHRIS COFFMAN

From Humanitarian Intervention
to the Beautifying Mission

Afghan Women and Beauty without Borders
    By PURNIMA BOSE 

Who's in Prison in the U.S.? Who's Not?
A Special Call for Papers

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 51

Issue 50     2009

State of Transformation
Drag Queen Masculinity in Two Scottish Texts
    By CAROLE JONES

Section 377 and the “Trouble with Statism”
Legal Intervention and Queer Performativity in Contemporary India
    By NISHANT SHAHANI

Raskolnikova
Rodion Romanovich's Struggle with the Woman Within
    By MARTA L. WILKINSON

Striking the Posture of a Whore
The Bawdy House Riots and the “Antitheatrical Prejudice”
    By KATHERINE ROMACK

Out of Wedlock
The Consummation and Consumption of Marriage in Contemporary Romance Fiction
    By JADE MCKAY and ELIZABETH PARSONS

Sheparding Romance
Reviving the Politics of Romantic Love in Brokeback Mountain
    By BARBARA KOZIAK

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 50

Issue 49     2009

Are You Finally Comfortable in Your Own Skin?
The Raced and Classed Imperatives for
Somatic/Spiritual Salvation in The Swan
    By BRENDA R. WEBER and KAREN W. TICE

Misfortune and Men's Eyes
Voyeurism, Sorrow, and the Homosocial in
Three Early Brian De Palma Films
    By DAVID GREVEN

Lily: Sold Out!
The Queer Feminism of Lily Tomlin
    By JENNIFER REED

The Cinematic Shrews of Teen Comedy
Gendering Shakespeare in Twentieth-Century Film
    By ZACHARY LAMM

The Lack of Chinese Lesbians
Double Crossing in Blue Gate Crossing
    By AARON K. H. HO

On Mothers Without Citizenship
An Interview with Lynn Fujiwara
    By PAMELA THOMA

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 49

Issue 48     2008

SPECIAL ISSUE

GOING CHEAP? Female Celebrity in
Reality, Tabloid and Scandal Genres


Edited by DIANE NEGRA and SU HOLMES

Introduction
    By DIANE NEGRA and SU HOLMES

Mother of the Year
Kathy Hilton, Lynne Spears, Dina Lohan, and Bad Celebrity Motherhood
    By SHELLEY COBB

Fame is a Losing Game
Celebrity Gossip Blogging, Bitch Culture, and Post-feminism
    By KIRSTY FAIRCLOUGH

The Horror of Something to See
Celebrity "Vaginas" as Prostheses
    By MARGARET SCHWARTZ

From Bad Girl to Mad Girl
British Female Celebrity, Reality Products, and the Pathologization of Pop-feminism
    By EMMA BELL

Living The Hills Life
Lauren Conrad as Reality Star, Soap Opera Heroine, and Brand
    By ALICE LEPPERT and JULIE WILSON

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 48

Issue 47     2008

Latchkey Hero
Masculinity, Class and the Gothic in Eric Kripke's Supernatural
    By JULIA M. WRIGHT

From Croft to Campus
Extra-Marital Pregnancy and the Scottish Literary Renaissance
    By CHARLOTTE FAIRLIE

M/Othering the Children
Pregnancy and Motherhood as Obstacle to Self-Actualization in Jane Eyre
    By TRACY LEMASTER

On the Semiotic Basis of Knowledge and Ethics
An Interview with Susan Petrilli and Augusto Ponzio
about their new book, Semiotics Unbound
    By DANIEL PUNDAY

Danny DeVito's Body
    By MICHAEL TAVEL CLARKE

Cartographies of a Violent Landscape
Viramontes' and Moraga's Remapping of Feminisms in
Under the Feet of Jesus and Heroes and Saints
    By ARIANNE BURFORD

Minnesota's Hot Mamas
An interview with Joanna Inglot.
    By JENNIE KLEIN

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 47

Issue 46     2007

The Hand With Two Sides
Male Flight Self-Mutilation and the Constructed Feminine
    By ERIN LYNDAL MARTIN

Eminem, Masculine Striving, and the Dangers of Possessive Individualism
    By KIM D. HESTER-WILLIAMS

Queen Latifah, Unruly Women, and the Bodies of Romantic Comedy
    By LINDA MIZEJEWSKI

The Perilous and Imperiled Black Family Romance
Sujata Moorti interviews Candice M. Jenkins about her new book, Private Lives, Proper Relations: Regulating Black Intimacy.
    By SUJATA MOORTI

Big Bad Chinese Mama
Asian cyber-feminism and subversive textual strategies
    By CHRIS HUDSON

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 46

Issue 45     2007

Male Stewardesses
Male Flight Attendants as a Queer Miscarriage of Justice
    By PHIL TIEMEYER

Perspectives by Incongruity
Kenneth Burke and Queer Theory
    By DUSTIN BRADLEY GOLTZ

Bodies At Rest, Bodies In Motion
Physical Competence, Women's Fitness, and Feminism
    By CAROL–ANN FARKAS

Becoming My Own Ghost
Spinsterhood, Heterosexuality and Sarah Waters's Affinity
    By RACHEL CARROLL

Fantasies of Union
The Queer National Romance in My Beautiful Laundrette
    By ALEXANDRA BARRON

Romance as Political Aesthetic in Ahdaf Soueif's The Map of Love
    By EMILY S. DAVIS

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 45

Issue 44     2006

The Gender of Money
    By DIANE CADY Text Only Version

Feminine Freakishness
Carnivalesque Bodies in Angela Carter’s Nights at the Circus
    By WENDY O’BRIEN Text Only Version

Subjectivity Politics in Sorrow Mountain
Transnational Feminism and Tibetan Autobiography
    By ALEXANDRA W. SCHULTHEIS Text Only Version

Jet-Man Meets Cover Girl at the F-111
    By KRISTIN U. FEDDERS Text Only Version

Making Over Masculinity
A Queer "I" for the Straight Guy
    By DENNIS W. ALLEN Text Only Version

Working Gender/Fading Taxonomies
    By JUDITH ROOF Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 44

Issue 43     2006

Third Wave Feminism
and the Politics of Motherhood
    By MARY THOMPSON Text Only Version

Black and White Masculinity
in Three Steven Soderbergh Films
    By ELAINE ROTH Text Only Version

Agreeable Objects and Angry Paintings
 "Female Imagery" in Art by Hannah Wilke and Louise Fishman, 1970-1973
    By MARGO HOBBS THOMPSON Text Only Version

Lesbian Violence
as Fascist Crusade in Monster
    By TERRI GINSBERG Text Only Version

Postcolonial Masculinity
1947, Partition Violence and Nationalism
in the Indian Public Sphere
    By KAVITA DAIYA Text Only Version

Unintended Consequences
of the Feminist Sex/Gender Distinction
    By ASIA FRIEDMAN Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 43

Issue 42     2005

Why Must They Take the Bus?
Editorial on the New Orleans Disaster
    By ANN KIBBEY Text Only Version

Kiwi Blokes
Recontextualising White New Zealand Masculinities
in a Global Setting
    By MATTHEW BANNISTER Text Only Version

"Let's Moider Mother"
Heavenly Creatures and the Politics of Delusion
    By BETTY JAY Text Only Version

Passing As Queer and Racing Toward Whiteness
To Wong Foo, Thanks but No Thanks
    By KATHRYN KANE Text Only Version

Metrosexuality the Middle Class Way
Exploring Race, Class, and Gender in
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
    By BETH BERILA and
     DEVIKA DIBYA CHOUDHURI
Text Only Version

Stillborns, Orphans, and Self-Proclaimed Virgins
Packaging and Policing the Rural Women of Cane
    By JESSICA HAYS BALDANZI Text Only Version

Trauma Studies and Faulkner's Sanctuary
Sex, Sexuality, Race, and American Literature
    By D. STRINGER Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 42

Issue 41     2005

Beauty, Desire, and Anxiety
The Economy of Sameness in ABC's Extreme Makeover
    By BRENDA R. WEBER Text Only Version

Love Laughs at Andy Hardy
The Rise of the Male Heterosexual Teenager
    By JEFFERY P. DENNIS Text Only Version

Mystically Perverse
 Towards a Queer Semiology of Breton Male Bodies
    By JOHN POTVIN Text Only Version

"Blanca from the Block"
Whiteness and the Transnational Latina Body
    By STEPHEN KNADLER Text Only Version

"To Be Real"
Drag, Minstrelsy and Identity in the New Millennium
    By ESTHER GODFREY Text Only Version

Passing as a"Lady"
Nationalist Narratives of Femininity, Race, and Class in Elite Canadian Figure Skating
    By KAREN MCGARRY Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 41

Issue 40     2004

Special Issue
Scared of the Dark:
Race, Gender and the "Horror Film"

Guest Editor: Frances Gateward

Race, Gender and Terror
The Primitive in 1950s Horror Films
    By PATRICK GONDER Text Only Version

NeoSlaves
Slavery, Freedom, and African American Apotheosis in Candyman, The Matrix, and The Green Mile
    By KIM D. HESTER-WILLIAMS Text Only Version

Passing For Horror
 Race, Fear, and Elia Kazan’s Pinky
    By MIRIAM J. PETTY Text Only Version

The Horrors of Remembrance
The Altered Visual Aesthetic of Horror in Jonathan Demme’s Beloved.
    By ELLEN C. SCOTT Text Only Version

Technologies of Race
Special Effects, Fetish, Film, and the Fifteenth Century
    By MARK WINOKUR Text Only Version

Daywalkin’ Night Stalkin’ Bloodsuckas
Black Vampires in Contemporary Film
    By FRANCES GATEWARD Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 40

Issue 39     2004

A Labour of Patriotism
Female Soviet Gymnasts’ Physical and Ideological Work, 1952-1991
    By WENDY VARNEY Text Only Version

States of Emergency
The Labors of Lesbian Desire in ER
    By DANA HELLER Text Only Version

"Quality Postfeminism?"
Sex and the Single Girl on HBO
    By DIANE NEGRA Text Only Version

Subversion of the In/Out Model in Understanding Hemingway Texts
    By CHIKAKO TANIMOTO Text Only Version

Dialogues between Paul Virilio
and Chela Sandoval.

Towards a better understanding of uses and abuses of new technologies.
    By INGRID MARIA HOOFD Text Only Version

Family, Sexuality, Gender, Art
Jo-Anne Berelowitz interviews Vivien Green-Fryd about her new book, Art and the Crisis of Marriage
    By JO-ANNE BERELOWITZ Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 39

Issue 38     2003

Disenfranchised Bodies
Jyotirmoyee Devi’s Writings on the Partition
    By DEBALI MOOKERJEA-LEONARD Text Only Version

Utopia and Castration
How to Read the History of Homosexuality
    By JEFF KING Text Only Version

Smoke and Mirrors
Feminism, Figurality, and “The Vine-Leaf”
    By VALERIE ROHY Text Only Version

Elaine de Kooning, Portraiture,
and the Politics of Sexuality
    By CELIA S. STAHR Text Only Version

Rhetoric of the Medical Management
of Intersexed Children

New insights into "Disease", "Curing", "Illness" and "Healing"
    By J. DAVID HESTER Text Only Version

Scream, Popular Culture, and Feminism's Third Wave: "I'm Not My Mother"
    By KATHLEEN ROWE KARLYN Text Only Version

Stage Door Jennies
Brett Farmer interviews Stacy Wolf about her New Book, A Problem Like Maria: Gender and Sexuality in the American Musical.
    By BRETT FARMER Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 38

Issue 37     2003

Editorial Page: The Current Political Climate
    By Members of the Editorial Board Text Only Version

Clarence Holbrook Carter's
War Bride and the Machine/Woman Fantasy
    By PATRICIA VETTEL-BECKER Text Only Version

Multiplicity and Its Discontents
Feminist Narratives of Transnational Belonging
    By DALIA KANDIYOTI Text Only Version

Flesh in the Word
Billy Budd, Sailor, Compulsory Homosociality,
and the Uses of Queer Desire
    By DAVID GREVEN Text Only Version

Curing Boys Don't Cry
Brandon Teena's Stories
    By CAROL SIEGEL Text Only Version

'Oi. Dancing Boy!'
Masculinity, Sexuality, and Youth in Billy Elliot
    By CYNTHIA WEBER Text Only Version

Refashioning Masculine Identity
Jo-Anne Berelowitz interviews Martin A. Berger about his book:
Man Made: Thomas Eakins and the Construction of Gilded Age Manhood.
    By JO-ANNE BERELOWITZ Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 37

Issue 36     2002

Dictators, Movie Stars, and Martyrs
The Politics of Spectacle in Jessica Hagedorn's Dogeaters
    By MYRA MENDIBLE Text Only Version

Consuming Pleasures of Re/Production
Going Behind the Scenes in Spielberg's Jurassic Park
and at Universal Studios Theme Park
    By ANN BRIGHAM Text Only Version

Embodied Modernities
Feminist Agency in Singapore Women's Literature
    By ESHA NIYOGI DE Text Only Version

Japan's Feminist Fabulation
Reading Marginal with Unisex Reproduction as a Keyconcept
    By AKIKO EBIHARA Text Only Version

Memories of Bilitis
Marie Laurencin beyond the Cubist Context
    By ELIZABETH OTTO Text Only Version

Cutting through Narcissism
Queer Visibility in Scorpio Rising
    By PATRICK S. BRENNAN Text Only Version

Labor Camp
Brett Farmer interviews Matthew Tinkcom about his New Book, Working Like a Homosexual: Camp, Capital, Cinema
    By BRETT FARMER Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 36

Issue 35     2002

The Gender Politics of Justice
A Semiotic Analysis of The Verdict
    By ANN KIBBEY Text Only Version

American Formalist Aesthetics
and the Gendered Body

Jo-Anne Berelowitz interviews Marcia Brennan
about her New Book, Painting Gender, Constructing Theory,
The Alfred Stieglitz Circle and American Formalist Aesthetics
    By JO-ANNE BERELOWITZ Text Only Version

"I Want It That Way"
Teenybopper Music and the Girling of Boy Bands
    By GAYLE WALD Text Only Version

"What is the Matter with Mary Jane?"
Madeleine Smith, Legal Ambiguity, and the
Gendered Aesthetic of Victorian Criminality
    By SHEILA SULLIVAN Text Only Version


Masculinity and Labor Under Capitalism
Edited by DONALD MORTON

There is No Masculinity Crisis
    By JAMES HEARTFIELD Text Only Version

What is Prior?
Working-Class Masculinity in Pat Barker's Trilogy
    By PETER HITCHCOCK Text Only Version

Gender, Class and the Humanities
in the Corporate University
    By RONALD STRICKLAND Text Only Version

How My Dick Spent Its Summer Vacation
Labor, Leisure, And Masculinity On The Web
    By RYAN BISHOP AND
     LILLIAN S. ROBINSON
Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 35

Issue 34     2001

Skins, Patches, and Plug-ins
Becoming Woman in the New Gaming Culture
    By ALLYSON D. POLSKY Text Only Version

Violence Against Prostitutes and a Re-evaluation of the Counterpublic Sphere
    By JOSHUA M. PRICE Text Only Version

Whatever Turns You On
Becoming-Lesbian and the Production of Desire in the Xenaverse
    By JEANNE E. HAMMING Text Only Version

A Myth Beyond the Phallus
Female Fetishism in Kathy Acker's Late Novels
    By CHRISTOPHER KOCELA Text Only Version

Passionate Fictions
Horizons of the Exotic and Colonial Self-Fashioning in
Mircea Eliade's Bengal Nights and Maitreyi Devi's Na Hanyate
    By SRIPARNA BASU Text Only Version

Fritz Bultman's Actaeon Paintings
Sexuality, Punishment, and Oedipal Conflict
    By EVAN R. FIRESTONE Text Only Version

The Evolution of a Lesbian Icon
Annamarie Jagose interviews Laura Doan about her New Book,
Fashioning Sapphism: The Origins of a Modern English Lesbian Culture
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 34

Issue 33     2001

Disentangling the Strangled Tehuana
The Nationalist Antinomy in Frida Kahlo's
"What the Water Has Given Me"
    By JEFFREY BELNAP Text Only Version

A Journey Shared
Ursula Biemann's Been There and Back to Nowhere:
Gender in Transnational Spaces
    By JO-ANNE BERELOWITZ Text Only Version

To Mirror Tomorrow
Reflections on Feminism and the Future
    By E. L. McCALLUM Text Only Version

Between Here and There
Feminist Solidarity and Afghan Women
    By SHAHNAZ KHAN Text Only Version

Hollywood Homosexuals
Annamarie Jagose interviews Brett Farmer about His New Book,
Spectacular Passions: Cinema, Fantasy, Gay Male Spectatorships
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version


First Ladies? Political Wives
in Seventeenth-century England

The Dawn of the Hillary Clinton Backlash
An Introduction
    By FRANCES E. DOLAN Text Only Version

Elizabeth Cromwell's Kitchen Court
Republicanism and the Consort
    By KATHARINE GILLESPIE Text Only Version

Queen Consorts, the Common People,
and Modern Populism
    By MELISSA MOWRY Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 33

Issue 32     2000

The Politics of Representation
Genre, Gender Violence and Justice
    By ELAYNE RAPPING Text Only Version

Technology and the Construction of Gender in Fritz Lang's Metropolis
    By PETER RUPPERT Text Only Version

Hollywood Lesbians
Annamarie Jagose interviews Patricia White about Her Latest Book, Uninvited: Classical Hollywood Cinema and Lesbian Representability
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version

Inflamed Passions
Fire, the Woman Question, and the Policing of Cultural Borders
    By SUJATA MOORTI Text Only Version

Feminist Art and (Post)Modern Anxieties
The Judy Chicago Retrospective
    By COURTNEY BAILEY Text Only Version

Abject Criticism
    By DEBORAH CASLAV COVINO Text Only Version

Jouissance of the Commodities
Rimbaud against Erotic Reification
    By MERRILL COLE Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 32

Issue 31     2000

Eugenic Feminisms in
Late Nineteenth-Century America

Reading Race in Victoria Woodhull, Frances Willard,
Anna Julia Cooper and Ida B. Wells
    By STEPHANIE ATHEY Text Only Version

Queer World Making
Annamarie Jagose interviews Michael Warner
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version

Performing the Closet
Grids and Suits in the Early Art of Gilbert and George
    By KATHERINE BOURGUIGNON Text Only Version

Women's Classic Blues
in Toni Morrison's Jazz

Cultural Artifact as Narrator
    By TRACEY SHERARD Text Only Version

Sutures in Ink
National (Dis)Identification and the Seaman's Tattoo
    By CHRISTINE BRAUNBERGER Text Only Version

The One Who Loved My Work
A Meditation on Art Criticism
    By CHRISTINA OLSON SPIESEL Text Only Version

Virginia Woolf's Two Bodies
    By MOLLY HITE Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 31

Issue 30     1999

A Site of Subaltern Articulation
The Ecstatic Female Body in the Contemporary
Bangladeshi Novels of Taslima Nasrin
    By SAIYEDA KHATUN Text Only Version

Truth, Speech, and Ethics
A Feminist Revision of Free Speech Theory
    By SUSAN H. WILLIAMS Text Only Version

"Going Straight"
Camera Work as Men's Work in the Gendering
of American Photography, 1900-1923
    By COLIN EISLER Text Only Version

Rethinking Law and Fatherhood
Male Subjectivity in the Film A Perfect World
    By AUSTIN SARAT Text Only Version

Elizabeth Dole and
Conservative Feminist Politics
    By KATHY RUDY Text Only Version

Lecter Knows Worst
Justice as Marginal Value and the Law of Series
in Thomas Harris's Silence of the Lambs
    By SALAH el MONCEF Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 30

Issue 29     1999

The Real of Edye-Icon
Edye Smith, The Oklahoma City Bombing,
and the Mobilization of Ideologies
    By MARGARET HIRSCHBERG Text Only Version

Class, Gender, and Public Education
A Material History of the Academy
    By MELISSA M. MOWRY Text Only Version

Masculinity Without Men
Interview with Judith Halberstam About Her Latest Book,
Female Masculinity
    By ANNAMARIE JAGOSE Text Only Version

The Racial Double Standard
Behind the Littleton School Shooting

Authorities Couldn't See the Trench Coats for the Trees
    By J. ELYSE SINGLETON Text Only Version

Close Encounters on Screen
Gender and the Loss of the Field
    By JUDITH ROOF Text Only Version

Signing Woolf
The Textual Body of the Name
    By EYAL AMIRAN Text Only Version

Of Beauty Pageants and Barbie
Theorizing Consumption
in Asian American Transnational Feminism
    By PAMELA THOMA Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 29

Issue 28     1998

Freedom of Expression
An Essay on Rights, Relation and Recognition
    By STEVEN J. HEYMAN Text Only Version

Tropical Rearwindow
Gauguin's Manao Tupapau and Primitivist Ambivalence
    By LEE WALLACE Text Only Version

Watch Yourself
Performance, Sexual Difference, and National Identity
in the Irish Plays of Frank McGuinness
    By SUSAN C. HARRIS Text Only Version

Las Comadres
A Feminist Collective Negotiates a New Paradigm
for Women at the U.S./Mexico Border
    By JO-ANNE BERELOWITZ Text Only Version

Inspectin' and Collecting
The Scene of Carl Van Vechten
    By BETH A. McCOY Text Only Version

Feminine Intensities
Soap Opera Viewing as a Technology of Gender
    By ROBYN R. WARHOL Text Only Version

"O, Soften him! or harden me!"
Childbirth, Torture, and Technology in Richardson's Pamela
    By BONNIE BLACKWELL Text Only Version

Afghanistan's Forgotten Women
News and commentary
    By ROB SCHULTHEIS Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 28

Issue 27     1998

Stricken Deer
Secrecy, Homophobia, and the Rise of the Suburban Man
    By ANDREW ELFENBEIN Text Only Version

Picturizing Race
Hollywood's Censorship of Miscegenation and Production of
Racial Visibility through Imitation of Life    [37 illus. & film clip]
    By SUSAN COURTNEY Text Only Version

Theories of Materiality and Location
Moving Through Kathy Acker's Empire of the Senseless
    By DANIEL PUNDAY Text Only Version

Obscene Publics
Jesse Sharpless and Harriet Jacobs
    By BRUCE BURGETT Text Only Version

Visions of Life on the Border
Wonderland Women, Imperial Travelers, and Bourgeois
Womanhood in the Nineteenth Century
    By LAURA E. CIOLKOWSKI Text Only Version

Minding One's P's and Q's
Homoeroticism in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
    By ATARA STEIN Text Only Version

NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS, Genders 27

Electronic publication of this journal began in 1998 with issue 27. Issues 1-26 (1988-1997) were published in hard copy and are available at subscribing libraries throughout the world, from Oxford to Kuala Lumpur. Issues 1-18 were published by the University of Texas Press. Issues 19-26 were published by New York University Press. Reprint requests for any essays published in issues 1-26 should be sent directly to the publisher of the issue.

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