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Gender and Sexuality

Out in Nicaragua: Local and Transnational Desires after the Revolution

Gender and the Politics of Voice: Colonial Modernity and Classical Music in South India

The Listening Subject of Japanese Modernity and His Auditory Double

Thug Realism: Inhabiting Fantasy in Urban Tanzania

"Empty Cradles" and the Quiet Revolution: Demographic Discourse and Cultural Struggles of Gender, Race, and Class in Italy

Stumped Identities: Body Image, Bodies Politic, and the Mujer Maya as Prosthetic

Cyborg Violence: Bursting Borders and Bodies with Queer Machines

Feminist Theory, Embodiment, and the Docile Agent: Some Reflections on the Egyptian Islamic Revival

Queer Pilgrimage: The San Francisco Homeland and Identity Tourism

Geographies of Gender and Politics: The Place of Difference in Polynesian Nationalism

Domestic Exceptions: Evans-Pritchard and the Creation of Nuer Patrilineality and Equality

Gender, Modernity, and Eroticized Internationalism in Japan

Technologies of Everyday Life: The Economy of Impotence in Reform China

Cultural Scripts of Language and Sexuality in Martinican Theater: The Improvisational Impasse

Tombois in West Sumatra: Constructing Masculinity and Erotic Desire

Black Liverpool, Black America, and the Gendering of Diasporic Space

Freeing South Africa: The "Modernization" of Male-Male Sexuality in Soweto

Creating Citizens, Making Men: The Military and Masculinity in Bolivia

Searching for “Voices”: Feminism, Anthropology, and the Global Debate over Female Genital Operations

Dear David...

Response to Schneider's "The Power of Culture"

The Power of Culture: Notes on Some Aspects of Gay and Lesbian Kinship in America Today

Response to Schneider's "The Power of Culture"

Outing as Performance / Outing as Resistance: A Queer Reading of Austrian (Homo)Sexualities

Cyborg Anthropology

Gender, Genetics, and Generation: Reformulating Biology in Lesbian Kinship

Beyond Writing: Feminist Practice and the Limitations of Ethnography

Of Mimicry and Marginality: Comments on Anna Tsing's “From the Margins”

Fear as a Way of Life

Neither Reasonable nor Responsible: Contrasting Representations of Masculinity in a Malay Society