Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific
Issue 23, January 2010
Guest editors Vera Mackie and Mark Pendleton
On the Move: Globalisation and Culture in the Asia-Pacific Region
Tour Performance 'Tokyo/Olympics': Digging the High Times of the 1960s
Branded and Planted: The Globalised Chinese Body
Mori Mariko and the Art of Global Connectedness
'Feet through': Artistic Practice between Space and Place
Dancing Gender in the Cook Islands: Globalisation, Regional Flows and the Boundaries of the Nation
The (Dis)embodied Swimsuit on the Beach
Globalisation and the Bodily Performance of 'Cool' and 'Un-cool' Masculinities in Corporate Japan
Constructing the 'Modern Couple' in Occupied Japan
White Babies and Global Embodiments in Malaysia and Singapore
The Pink Panties Campaign: The Indian Women's Sexual Revolution
Sex Work, Migration and Trafficking Identity Matters: Non-Sex Workers Writing About Sex Work
Michele Ford and Lyn Parker (eds)
Ramesh Meyyappan (Singapore) in collaboration with Spike Theatre (UK)
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