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Special Issue: Law, Culture and Queer Politics in Neoliberal Times

Special Issue: Law, Culture and Queer Politics in Neoliberal Times

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Jindal Global Law Review, Volume 4 Issue 1 A August 2012
Jindal Global Law Review, Volume 4 Issue 1 A August 2012

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New Intimacies/ Old Desires:Law, Culture and Queer Politics inNeoliberal Times
Oishik Sircar and Dipika Jain
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Continental Drift: Queer, Feminism,Postcolonial
 Brenda Cossman
Multi-tasking Queer: Reections on the
Possibilities of Homosexual Dissidence inLaw 
 Ratna Kapur
Contagion Politics: Queer Rights Claims,Biopower and the “Public Health” Rationalefor the Repeal of Sodomy Laws
 Neil Cobb
Section 377 and the Myth of Heterosexuality 
 
 Zaid Al Baset 
Claiming Citizenship, Contesting Civility:The Institutional LGBT Movement and theRegulation of Gender/ Sexual Dissidence in
 West Bengal, India
 Aniruddha Dutta
 
Disrupting the Dinner Table: Re-thinkingthe ‘Queer Movement’ in Contemporary 
India
 Ashley Tellis
Unlearning Human Rights and False GrandDichotomies: Indonesian ArchipelagicSelves Beyond Sexual/ Gender Universality 
Vanja Hamzi 
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 Asking For It: Erotic Asphyxiation and theLimitations of Sexual Consent
 Ingrid Olson
‘Paradoxes of Visibility’: Lesbian and Gay Parents in the Australian Print Media
 Damien W. Riggs
Resisting, Demanding, Negotiating and
Being: The Role of Scandals in the Everyday Lives of Argentinean
Travestis María Soledad Cutuli 
Queer Politics in Spain: There is Life AfterSame-Sex Marriage Legislation
 Susana López Penedo
ISSN 0975-2498
Law, Culture and Queer Politics in Neoliberal Times
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O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU)
 JGU is a non-prot global university established by the Haryana Private Universities (Second Amendment) Act, 2009. JGU is established in the memory o Mr. O.P. Jindal as a philanthropic initiativeo Mr. Naveen Jindal, the Founding Chancellor. The University Grants Commission has accorded itsrecognition to O.P. Jindal Global University. The vision o JGU is to promote global courses, globalprogrammes, global curriculum, global research, global collaborations, and global interaction througha global aculty. JGU is situated on a 70-acre state-o-the art residential campus in the National CapitalRegion o Delhi. JGU is one o the ew universities in Asia that maintains a 1:15 aculty-student ratio andappoints aculty members rom dierent parts o the world with outstanding academic qualications andexperience. JGU has established our schools: Jindal Global Law School, Jindal Global Business School, Jindal School o International Aairs, and Jindal School o Government and Public Policy.
 Jindal Global Law School (JGLS)
In 2009, JGU began its rst academic session with the establishment o India’s rst global law school, JGLS. JGLS is recognised by the Bar Council o India and oers a three-year LL.B. programme, a ve-year B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) programme and an LL.M. programme. JGLS has established research centres in a variety o key policy areas, including: Global Corporate and Financial Law and Policy; Women, Law, andSocial Change; Penology, Criminal Justice and Police Studies; Human Rights Studies; International Tradeand Economic Laws; Global Governance and Policy; Health Law, Ethics, and Technology; IntellectualProperty Rights Studies; Public Law and Jurisprudence; Environment and Climate Change Studies;South Asian Legal Studies, International Legal Studies, Psychology and Victimology Studies and ClinicalLegal Programmes. JGLS has established international collaborations with universities around the world,including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Michigan, Cornell, Cambridge, Oxord, UC Berkely, UC Davis,Grith and Indiana. JGLS has also signed MoUs with a number o reputed law rms in India andabroad, including White & Case, Amarchand & Mangaldas & Suresh A. Shro & Co., AZB & Partners,FoxMandal Little, Luthra and Luthra Law oces, Khaitan & Co., Economic Law & Practice and NishithDesai Associates.
 Jindal Global Law Review (JGLR)
The JGLR (ISSN 0975-2498), the fagship journal o Jindal Global Law School, is published twotimes a year. We are the rst and the only Indian journal to be indexed in the Lexis Nexis legal database.
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 Jindal Global Law Review 
welcomes submissions o unsolicited manuscripts.Submissions should generally be in the range o 8,000-12,000 words, including ootnotes. Allmanuscripts should be in English and ootnotes should conorm to the requirements o 
The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation
(19th ed.). Articles may be submitted by email to jglr@jgu.edu.in or jindal.glr@gmail.com or by snail mail. Alternatively, articles can be submitted using Express-O and Lex-Opus submission systems.
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All correspondence concerning subscriptions should be addressed to SubscriptionManager, Jindal Global Law Review, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, SonipatNarela Road, Near Jagdishpur Village, Sonipat, Haryana - 131 001, NCR o Delhi, India, Tel: +91-130-3057800/ 801/ 802; Fax: +91-130-3057888, Email: ino@jgu.edu.in Website: www.jglr.jgu.edu.in
 
 We dedicate this issue in the memory of our beloved student
 
M
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S
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16 October 1993 – 29 September 2011

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