Issue 14, November 2006
Of Queer Import(s): Sexualities, Genders and Rights in Asia
Guest editors James Welker and Lucetta Kam
Introduction: Of Queer Import(s): Sexualities, Genders and Rights in Asia
The Postcolonial Perverse: Hybridity, Desire and the Filipino Nation in
Federico Licsi Espino, Jr.'s Lumpen
Enduring Voices: Fushimi Noriaki and Kakefuda Hiroko's Continuing Relevance to Japanese Lesbian and Gay Studies and Activism
An Intimate Dialogue with Chan Kwok Chan in Yau Ching's Ho Yuk: Let's Love Hong Kong
Analysing the Politics of Same-Sex Issues in a Comparative Perspective: The Strange Similarities between John Howard and Mahathir Mohamad
What Made Me This Way? Contrasting Reflections by Thai and Filipina Transwomen
Magnus Hirschfeld: Panhumanism and the Sexual Cultures of Asia
Chris Berry, Fran Martin, and Audrey Yue (editors)
Martin F. Manalansan IV
From Poems from Amsterdam
Parinya Charoenphol (Nong Toom)
Mark McLelland and Romit Dasgupta (editors)
Arvind Narrain and Gautam Bhan (editors)
Tze-lan D. Sang
Megan J. Sinnott
This issue was originally published in Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, with the assistance of Murdoch University.
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