Volume 4, Issue 3

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Introduction

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Grace Jones, Afro Punk, and Other Fierce Provocations: An Introduction to "Sartorial Politics, Intersectionality, and Queer Worldmaking"
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Essays

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The Right to Be Handsome: The Queer Sartorial Objects of "Masculine of Center" Fashion
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Rural Drag: Fashioning Rurality and Privilege
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Racial Plagiarism and Fashion
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Race as Aesthetic: The Politics of Vision, Visibility, and Visuality in VogueItalia’s ‘A Black Issue’
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Say My Name: Nameplate Jewelry and the Politics of Taste
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Black Girls Queer (Re)Dress: Fashion as Literacy Performance in Pariah
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Forum

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A Black Girl Song for Dajerria
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The Commodity Fetish of Modest Fashion
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Gay Liberation Front and Radical Drag, London 1970s
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Rendered Powerless: Disability versus Westernized Beauty Standards
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Purple
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In Search of the Good Life: Toward a Discourse on Reading the Black Body in Hip-Hop and Luxury Fashion
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(Un)Dressing the Black Male Body
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The Butt Remix: Beauty, Pop Culture, Hip Hop, and the Commodification of the Black Booty
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Queer Conversation

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Fatshion as Activism
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Dress Profesh: Genderqueer Fashion in Academia
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Book Reviews

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Book Reviews

Minh-Ha T. Pham, Asians Wear Clothes on the Internet: Race, Gender, and the Work of Personal Style Blogging, reviewed by Kimberly M. Jenkins

Vanita Reddy, Fashioning Diaspora: Beauty, Femininity, and South Asian American Culture, reviewed by Lipi Begum

Uri McMillan, Embodied Avatars: Genealogies of Black Feminist Art and Performance, reviewed by Sequoia Maner

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