Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Culture
Special Issue 6, August, 2001

Featuring Papers from the first AsiaPacifiQueer Conference


Introduction
Mark McLelland and Peter Jackson

Engendering Sameness
Christine Helliwell

Negotiating Gender: Calalai' in Bugis Society
Sharyn Graham

Redefining Fa'afafine: Western Discourses and the Construction of Transgenderism in Samoa
Johanna Schmidt

Bad-Assed Honeys with a Difference: South Auckland Fa'afafine Talk about Identity
Heather Worth

'Transgender, queens, mahu, whatever': An Oral History from Hawai'i
Andrew Matzner

Tolerance, Form and Female Dis-ease: The Pathologisation of Lesbian Sexuality in Japanese Society
Sharon Chalmers


Review Section

Books: Guest Editor Mark McLelland

Izumo Marou and Claire Maree
Love Upon the Chopping Board
reviewed by Sharon Chalmers

Gregory M. Pflugfelder
Cartographies of Desire: Male-Male Sexuality in Japanese Discourse, 1600-1950
reviewed by Romit Dasgupta

Satoru Ito and Ryuta Yanase,
Coming Out in Japan
reviewed by Mark McLelland

Serena Nanda
Gender Diversity: Crosscultural Variations
reviewed by Andrew Matzner

Contributors

Call For Papers


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