Queer Indigenous Studies Critical Interventions in Theory, Politics, and Literature
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Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
Publication date: 3/15/2011
Size: 6.30" wide x 9.20" long x 0.32" tall
|Performing Queer Indigenous Critiques|
|Decolonizing the Queer Native Body (and Recovering the Native Bull-Dyke): Bringing ï¿½Sexy Backï¿½ and Out of Native Studies' Closet|
|Queer Theory and Native Studies: The Heteronormativity of Settler Colonialism|
|A Queer Caste: Mixing Race and Sexuality in Colonial New Zealand|
|Fa'afafine Notes: On Tagaloa, Jesus, and Nafanua|
|Situating Two-Spirit and Queer Indigenous Movements|
|D4y Dï¿½C (Asegi Ayetl): Cherokee Two-Spirit People Reimagining Nation|
|Exploring Takatapui Identity within the Maori Community: Implications for Health and Well-Being|
|Two-Spirit Men's Sexual Survivance against the Inequality of Desire|
|Unsettling Queer Politics: What Can Non-Natives Learn from Two-Spirit Organizing?|
|Reading Queer Indigenous Writing|
|Indigenous Fantasies and Sovereign Erotics: Outland Cherokees Write Two-Spirit Nations|
|The Erotics of Sovereignty|
|Gifts of Maskihkï¿½y: Gregory Scofield's Cree Mï¿½tis Stories of Self-Acceptance|
|The Revolution Is for Everyone: Imagining an Emancipatory Future through Queer Indigenous Critical Theories|
|About the Contributors|