Frontiers 35:1

Frontiers 35:1

Edited by Judy Tzu-Chun Wu and Guisela Latorre

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Editors' Note
Guisela Latorre and Judy Tzu-Chun Wu
 
Roundtable
Intimate Matters at Twenty-Five: Reflections on the History of US Sexuality

Introduction
Joanne Meyerowitz
 
African American Women's Sexuality
Cynthia M. Blair
 
LGBT History
Margot Canaday
 
"Early America"
Thomas Foster
 
Race-ing Sex
Nayan Shah
 
Intimate Matters after Twenty-Five Years: Reminiscence and Reflections
John D'Emilio
 
Comment on "Intimate Matters after Twenty-Five Years"
Estelle B. Freedman
 
"It's Very Little I Know about the Facts of Life to This Day": Speaking about the Silence Surrounding Sex
Grey Osterud
 
Colonizing the (Reproductive) Future: The Discursive Construction of arts as Technologies of Self
Caitlin E. C. Myers
 
Sterilization as Cyborg Performance: Reproductive Freedom and the Regulation of Sterilization
Jennifer Denbow
 
Misconceived Metaphors: Irene Vilar's Impossible Motherhood: Testimony of an Abortion Addict
Mary Thompson
 
Without a Conceivable Future: Figuring the Mother in Alfonso Cuarón's Children of Men
Nicole L. Sparling
 
Pearl S. Buck's "American Children": US Democracy, Adoption of the Amerasian Child, and the Occupation of Japan in The Hidden Flower
Emily Cheng
 
Artist Statement: Mother and Son
Joey Terrill
 
Contributors