Imaginations
Journal of Cross-Cultural Image Studies

Volume 10, Number 1, 2019 Critical Relationality: Queer, Indigenous, and Multispecies Belonging Beyond Settler Sex & Nature L’autochtone et queer au-delà de la nature et du sexe coloniaux Guest-edited by Kim TallBear and Angela Willey

Table of contents (15 articles)

Introduction

Articles

  1. iMessaging Flesh, Friendship, and Futurities
  2. Tracking Love in the Wild: from San Diego to Athens, Greece and Beyond
  3. From Bits to Bodies: Perfect Humans, Bioinformatic Visualizations, and Critical Relationality
  4. Digital Nomads and Settler Desires: Racial Fantasies of Silicon Valley Imperialism
  5. “Who Gave Your Body Back to You?” Literary and Visual Cartographies of Erotic Sovereignty in the Poetry of Qwo-Li Driskill
  6. Distorted Love: Mapplethorpe, the Neo/Classical Sculptural Black Nude, and Visual Cultures of Transatlantic Enslavement
  7. Fishy Pleasures: Unsettling Fish Hatching and Fish Catching on Pacific Frontiers
  8. Pili‘Oha/Kinship: (Re)Imagining Perceptions of Nature and More-Than-Human Relationality

Praxis

Review Essays

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