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A coincidence of desires : anthropology, queer studies, Indonesia / Tom Boellstorff
Bib ID 3992148
Format BookBook
Author
Boellstorff, Tom, 1969-
 
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Description Durham : Duke University Press, 2007 
292 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9780822339748
9780822339915
Full contents
  • Introduction : queering disciplines in time
  • 1. Zines and zones of desire
  • 2. Warias, national transvestites
  • 3. Gay language, registering belonging
  • 4. Between religion and desire
  • 5. The emergence of political homophobia
  • 6. Comparatively queer in Southeast Asia.
  • Zines and zones of desire
  • Warias, national transvestites
  • Gay language, registering belonging
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Homosexuality, Male -- Indonesia.  |  Ethnology -- Indonesia.  |  Gay men -- Indonesia -- Social conditions.  |  Indonesia -- Social conditions.

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