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Duke University Press Fall 2012 Catalog

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UNIVERSITY PRESS
D U K E
BOOKS & JOURNALS
 
FALL & WINTER 2012
 
GENERAL INTEREST Israel/Palestine and the Queer International
, Schulman 1
Drugs for Life
, Dumit 2
Go-Go Live
, Hopkinson 3
MP3
, Sterne 4
Beyond Shangri-La
, Knaus 5
In Search of First Contact 
, Kolodny 6
Ethics of Liberation
, Dussel 7
Depression
, Cvetkovich 8
Black and Blue
, Mavor 9
From Postwar to Postmodern, Arts in Japan 1945–1989
,Chong, Hayashi, Kajiya & Sumitomo 10
Seven Contemporary Plays from the Korean Diasporain the Americas
, Lee 11
Wall Street Women
, Fisher 11
 A Social History of Iranian Cinema, Volume 4
, Nafcy 12
CULTURAL STUDIESRed Tape
, Gupta 13
How Soon is Now?
Dinshaw 14
The Deliverance of Others
, Palumbo-Liu 15
Perpetual War 
, Robbins 16
The Gift of Freedom
, Nguyen 17
 Animacies
, Chen 17
 Always More Than One
, Manning 18
Buy It Now
, White 18
Tijuana Dreaming 
, Kun & Montezemolo 19
Barrio Libre
, Rosas 19
Writing across Cultures
, Rama 20
 Architecture in Translation
, Akcan 20
Seizing the Means of Reproduction
, Murphy 21
Feminist Theory Out of Science
, Roosth & Schrader 21
 ANTHROPOLOGMedical Anthropology at the Intersections
, Inhorn & Wentzell 22
Improvising Medicine
, Livingston 22
Bodies in Formation
, Prentice 23
Medicating Race
, Pollock 23
Queer Activism in India
, Dave 24
Food, Farms, and Solidarity 
, Heller 24
Media, Erotics, and Transnational Asia
, Mankekar & Schein 25
MUSIC & SOUNDSound and Sentiment 
, Feld 25
Recording Culture
, Scales 26
Unfree Masters
, Stahl 26
FILM & TV STUDIESPrescription TV 
, Fuqua 27
One Night on TV Is Worth Weeks at the Paramount 
, Forman 27
 AMERICAN STUDIES Aloha America
, Imada 28
 A New Deal for All?
Skotnes 28
Fevered Measures
, Mckiernan-González 29
 ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIESTranspacic Femininities
, Cruz 29
Southeast Asian/American Studies,
Ngoˆ & Nguyen 30
 AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES/BLACK DIASPORPictures and Progress
, Wallace & Smith 30
Transcending Blackness
, Joseph 31
Sites of Slavery 
, Tillet 31
 Against the Closet 
, Abdur-Rahman 32
Black/Queer Diaspora
, Allen 32
Black France / France Noire
, Keaton, Sharpley-Whiting & Stovall 33
POLITICAL THEORY/SOCIAL THEORY Bourdieu and Historical Analysis
, Gorski 33
Bergson, Politics, and Religion
, Leebvre & White 34
The Hermetic Deleuze
, Ramey 34
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIESOutlawed
, Goldstein 35
Intimate Indigeneities
, Canessa 35
Challenging Social Inequality 
, Carter 36
Religion and State Formation in Postrevolutionary Mexico
, Fallaw 36
River of Hope
, Valerio-Jiménez 37
 Vertical Empire
, Mumord 37
Trumpets in the Mountains
, Frederik 38
 A Language of Empire
,
a Quotidian Tongue,
Schwaller 38
 AFRICAN STUDIESThe Other Zulus
, Mahoney 39
HISTORY Walkers, Voyeurs, and the Politics of Urban Space
,Autry & Walkowitz 39
PUBLIC POLICY/POLITICAL SCIENCEThe Argumentative Turn Revisited
, Fischer & Gottweis 40
The Constitutional Jurisprudence of the Federal Republicof Germany 
, Kommers & Miller 40
THEATERDigital Dramaturgies
, Felton-Dansky & Gallagher-Ross 41
LINGUISTICSPennsylvania German in the American Midwest 
, Keiser 41
selected backlist & bestsellers
42
journals
45
order form
48
sales information & index
Inside Back Cover 
BOOK REVIEW EDITORS—
Review copy requests may be axed to
(919) 688–4391
or sent to the attention o Publicity, Duke University Press.All requests must be submitted on publication letterhead.FRONT COVER ART:
Thomas Sayers Ellis,
Niles Clutching Chuck
, 2008.From
Go-Go Live: The Musical Life and Death of a Chocolate City,
by Natalie Hopkinson, page 3.
www.dukeupress.edu
 
contents
 
1
 general interes
QUEER ACTIVISM/ISRAEL/PALESTINE
October
232 pages paper, 978–0–8223–5373–7,
$22.95tr/£14.99
cloth, 978–0–8223–5358–4,
$79.95/£60.00
Israel/Palestineand the Queer International
sarah
 
schulman
In this chronicle of politicalawakening and queer solidarity,the activist and novelist SarahSchulman describes her dawningconsciousness of the Palestinianliberation struggle. Invited to Israelto give the keynote address atan
LGBT
studies conference at TelAviv University, Schulman declines,joining other artists and academicshonoring the Palestinian call for an academic and cultural boycottof Israel. Anti-occupation activ-ists in the United States, Canada,Israel, and Palestine come together to help organize an alternativesolidarity visit for the Americanactivist. Schulman takes usto an anarchist, vegan cafe in Tel Aviv, where she meets anti-occupationqueer Israelis, and through border checkpoints into the West Bank, wherequeer Palestinian activists welcome her into their spaces for conversationsthat will change the course of her life. She describes the dusty roads throughthe West Bank, where Palestinians are cut off from water and subjected toendless restrictions while Israeli settler neighborhoods have full freedomsand resources.As Schulman learns more, she questions the contradiction between Israel’sinvestment in presenting itself as gay friendly—nancially sponsoring gay lmfestivals and parades—and its denial of the rights of Palestinians. At the sametime, she talks with straight Palestinian activists about their position in relationto homosexuality and gay rights in Palestine and internationally. Back in theUnited States, Schulman draws on her extensive activist experience to organizea speaking tour for some of the Palestinian queer leaders whom she had metand trusted. Dubbed “Al Tour,” it takes the activists to
LGBT
community centers,conferences, and universities throughout the United States. Its success solidi-es her commitment to working to end Israel’s occupation of Palestine, andkindles her larger hope that a new “queer international” will emerge and joinother movements demanding human rights across the globe.
Sarah Schulman
is a longtime
AIDS
 and queer activist, and a cofounder of the
MIX
Festival and the
ACT UP
Oral HistoryProject. She is a playwright and theauthor of seventeen books, includingthe novels
The Mere Future
,
Shimmer 
,
Rat Bohemia
,
 Ater Delores
, and
Peoplein Trouble
, as well as nonction works such as
The Gentrifcationo the Mind: Witness to a Lost Imagination
,
My AmericanHistory: Lesbian and Gay Lie during the Reagan/Bush Years
,
Ties That Bind: Familial Homophobia and Its Consequences
,and
Stagestruck: Theater,
 AIDS 
 , and the Marketing o Ga America
, which is also published by Duke University Press.She is Distinguished Professor of the Humanities at The CityUniversity of New York, College of Staten Island.
“The transformation of my own personal relationship to the stateof Israel has been a long, subtle, slow, stubborn journey that hastaken a lifetime. One of the strangest things about willful ignoranceregarding Israel and Palestine is how often ‘progressive’ people,like myself, with histories of community activism and awareness,engage in it. It this way it somewhat parallels the historyof homophobia, in that there are emotional blocks that keepmany straight people from applying their general value systemsto human rights for all. The irony, in my case, of being a lifelongactivist and not doing the work to ‘get it’ about Israel is deep andhard to both understand and convey. But I have come to learn thatthis insistent blindness is pervasive, and I want to use the oppor-tunity of this book to confront and expose my own denial in a waythat I hope will be helpful to others.”—from
Israel/Palestine and the Queer International
 
Stagestruck 
Theater, AIDS, and the Marketing of Gay Americapaper $21.95/£16.99978–0–8223–2264–1 / 1998
also by Sarah Schulman

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