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Current Issue: Volume VI, Number I, 2014

  • "Still Searching for My Home": Digital Art by Rob Harle

    “Still Searching for My Home”*: Digital Art by Rob Harle

  • Editorial
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  • “The godhead is unstrung “: On Gloria Anzaldúa’s Celebration of the Body and the End of Patriarchy
    J. Edgar Bauer, Germany
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  • The Invisible Closet: Pressures and Difficulties of the ‘fringe-queer’ Community
    Joe Weinberg, University of Minnesota (Crookston), USA
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  • Queer Tableaux
    Daniel J Sander, New York University, USA
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  • The Politics of Global Gay Identity: Reaffirming a Universal Tradition
    Constantine Chatzipapatheodoridis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
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  • The Homosexual as Pariah: Thinking about Homosexual Existence in the Context of Evangelical Christianity in the 1960’s
    Taylor Cade West, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
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  • Having Your Beefcake and Eating it Too: Capitalism and Masculinity
    Jonathan Kemp, Birkbeck College, University of London
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  • The Portuguese Queer Screen:Gender Possibilities in João Pedro Rodrigues’s Cinematic Production
    Antônio M. da Silva, University of Kent, UK
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  • Breaking through the Limits of Flesh: Gender Fluidity and (Un)natural Sexuality in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando
    Swikriti Sanyal, Rabindra Bharati University, India
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  • Writing queer desire in the language of the “other”: Abdellah Taïa and Rachid O
    Gibson Ncube, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
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  • Revisiting Homophobia in Times of Solidarity, Identity and Visibility in Uganda
    Prince Karakire, GUMA
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  • Communal Tensions: Homosexuality in Raj Rao’s The Boyfriend
    Oliver Ross, Cambridge University, UK
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  • “Against the Order of Nature”?: Postcolonial State, Section 377 and the Homosexual Subject
    Shramana Das Purkayastha
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  • Indian Feminist Publishing and the Sexual Subaltern
    Elen Turner, Independent Researcher, Kathmandu
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  • The Upside-Down Swan: Suniti Namjoshi
    Akshaya K. Rath, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India
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  • Naturalizing ‘Queerness’: A Study of Shyam Selvadurai’s Funny Boy
    Prateek, University of Queensland, Australia
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  • Performing Pride/Performing Protest: LGBT Activism Post Recriminalizing of Section 377
    Priyam Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
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  • Sex, Sexuality and Gender in the Delhi Metro Trains: a Semiotic Analysis
    Anuj Gupta, St. Stephen’s College, Delhi, India
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  • Biological and Psychological Lens to View LGBT Identities
    Manvi Arora, University of Delhi, India
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  • General Articles
  • Pre-Romantic Concepts of Imagination
    Arezou Zalipour, University of Waikato, New Zealand
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  • The Woman with the Still Camera: Photographs in Virginia Woolf’s Fiction
    Shinjini Chattopadhyay, Jadavpur University, India
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  • Book Reviews
  • Three Book Reviews
    Reviewed by Rohit Kumar Dasgupta, University of the Arts London, UK
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  • Bombay before Bollywood: Film City Fantasies by Rosie Thomas
    Reviewed by Prateek, University of Queensland, Australia
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  • A Poet’s Voyage to Sainthood: Hoshang Merchant’s Sufiana: Poems
    Reviewed by Rasheda Parveen, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, Odisha, India
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  • Masculinity and Its Challenges in India – Essays on Changing Perceptions
    Reviewed by Lipi Begum, University of the Arts London, UK
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  • *”The cover image metaphorically refers to anyone who feels they do not belong, or fit comfortably in a place or cultural group. The androgynous lone figure is walking slowly away from an almost alien structure, door closed, still searching. Saturn the planet of restriction is presiding over the whole scene. But the light of hope is blazing over the horizon, drawing the individual towards acceptance and belonging.”