Volume 5, Issue 3

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Essays

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Emasculating Trump: Incredulity, Homophobia, and the Spectacle of White Masculinity
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Rabbit Weddings, Animal Collectives, and the Potentialities of Perverse Reading: Children’s Literature and Queer Worldmaking in A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo
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Forum

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Introduction: Queer Forum on Navigating Normativity Between Field and Academe in India
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Paradigms of Thirdness: Analyzing the Past, Present, and Potential Futures of Gender and Sexual Meaning in India
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On Queerly Hidden Lives: Precarity and (In)visibility between Formal and Informal Economies in India
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Unhoming the Home as Field: Notes Towards Difficult Friendships
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Choukathe Danriye (Standing at the Threshold): Queer Negotiations of Kolkata’s Archives and Society
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Recalibrating (Field)work
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Hiding in Plain Sight: Disclosure, Identity, and the Indian Men’s Rights Movement
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Forest Tales: Restorying the Ramayana
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Itinerant Sex
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Queer/Ivory Proclivities
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"How Can I Be Too Loud and Still Not Be Heard?" Negotiating Heteromisogyny in the Academy while Confronting White Feminism
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The Queer Turn in South Asian Studies? or "That’s Over & Done Queen, On to the Next"
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Queer Conversation

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Transgender Visibility, Abolitionism, and Resistive Organizing in the Age of Trump: A Conversation with CeCe McDonald and Joshua Allen
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Exhibit Review

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The Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination (2018)
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Book Reviews

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Book Reviews

Karl Schoonover and Rosalind Galt, Queer Cinema in the World, reviewed by Juan Llamas-Rodriguez

Stacey Waite, Teaching Queer: Radical Possibilities for Writing and Knowing, reviewed by Kathryn Joan Leslie

Omar G. Encarnación, Out in the Periphery: Latin America’s Gay Rights Revolution, reviewed by Lisa M. Corrigan

Ramzi Fawaz, The New Mutants: Superheroes and the Radical Imagination of American Comics, reviewed by Jennifer Cuffman

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