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Jess Dorrance

goes, how she is seen or used, and with whom she affiliates. In response, she blames herself. This article thinks with and about Boudry and Lorenz's film and accompanying installation Toxic in order to reflect upon the politics of racialized queer

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Emma Celeste Bedor

of apathy, cynicism, and malaise as they relate to media exposure overwhelmingly examine these questions as they relate to political figures, their campaigns, and news coverage (Ansolabehere and Iyengar 1995 ; Bennett et al. 1999 ; Cappella and

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India Halstead

with increasing skepticism to the political events following World War I. Conversely, movements such as Cubism and Abstract Expressionism were marked by an increased attention to formalism and abstraction and a resistance to art that was expressly

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Introduction

On a 1st Anniversary

Jonathan A. Allan, Chris Haywood, and Frank G. Karioris

Joseph Biden. I [Frank] am reminded of a similar note I wrote in an article for the Sexual Violence Research Initiative's “16 Days of Activism” series in early December: “We write this post amidst political protests that have shaken Kyrgyzstan, with the

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“The Dragon Can't Roar”

Analysis of British Expatriate Masculinity in Yusuf Dawood's One Life Too Many

Antony Mukasa Mate

main protagonist. Walker takes advantage of the British colonial domination and sojourns around several colonies under the Empire before settling in Kenya. There, Walker is immediately absorbed by the minority but economic and politically dominant

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Jonathan A. Allan, Chris Haywood, and Frank G. Karioris

lost their lives—many due to inaction, bad policies, or campaigns of misinformation; and to the political violence that the past year has seen. In this, the image builds on the introduction and the nota bene within it. Here, Death is both literal as

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Jonathan A. Allan, Chris Haywood, and Frank G. Karioris

of increasing media scrutiny, political concern, and broader social and cultural interrogation about what it means to be a man, that this journal locates itself. Given the increasing uncertainties that surround men and masculinity, it is an exciting

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Jacob Breslow, Jonathan A. Allan, Gregory Wolfman, and Clifton Evers

men can offer crucial insights about contemporary American masculinities because they are, indeed, men, Miriam Abelson's Men in Place: Trans Masculinity, Race, and Sexuality in America unfurls into a complex and politically urgent text. The book is

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Wyatt Moss-Wellington

resolution. Our cognizance of such dissonances produces an attentional politics: the focus or subject of dissonance makes a claim about what should concern us, and in Lynch’s work, metaphysical upset becomes more important than rape and trauma. Blue Velvet

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You Haven't Seen the Last of Men

The Full Monty (Peter Cattaneo, 1997)

Julie Michot

opening shot is taken inside a derelict factory. And yet, contrary to Brassed Off ( Mark Herman, 1996 ), to which it is often compared, Peter Cattaneo's film does not insist on the economic situation and makes no direct reference to the political context