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We welcome essays that consider genders and sexualities in relation to artistic, semiotic, political, literary, social, ethnic, racial, economic, rhetorical or legal concerns. We are especially interested in: Essays that articulate the ways in which sexuality has been used and manipulated to create, sustain or protect particular social, economic, political or legal systems; Historical and cross-cultural approaches to contemporary social issues; essays with an innovative theoretical dimension; critiques of Western European/American feminist theories; critiques of gender as a category of analysis; critiques of sexuality as a category of analysis; essays about unacknowledged cultural assumptions that involve gender or sexuality; substantive critiques of the basic cultural assumptions of psychoanalytic theory or its applications; Discussions of particular works of art, literature, journalism, television, music, photography, video, film, or performance that address a cultural or social issue.
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