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Includes bibliographical references (p. -238) and index.
Section 1: Performing queer indigenous critiques -- Decolonizing the queer Native body (and recovering the Native bull-dyke) : bringing "sexy" back and out of Native studies' closet / Chris Finley -- Queer theory and Native studies : the heteronormativity of settler colonialism / Andrea Smith -- A Queer caste : mixing race and sexuality in colonial New Zealand / Michelle Erai -- Fa'afafine notes : on Tagaloa, Jesus, and Nafanua / Dan Taulapapa McMullin -- section 2: Situating Two-Spirit and Queer indigenous movements -- Asegi Ayetl : Cherokee Two-Spirit people reimagining nation / Qwo-Li Driskill -- Exploring Takatapui identity within the Maori community : implications for health and well-being / Clive Aspin -- Two-Spirit men's sexual survivance against the inequality of desire / Brian Joseph Gilley -- Unsettling Queer politics : what can non-Natives learn from Two-Spirit organizing? / Scott Lauria Morgensen -- section 3: Reading Queer indigenous writing -- Indigenous fantasies and sovereign erotics : outland Cherokees write Two-Spirit nations / Lisa Tatonetti -- The erotics of sovereignty / Mark Rifkin -- Gifts of Maskihkîy : Gregory Scofield's Cree Métis stories of self-acceptance / June Scudeler -- The revolution is for everyone : imagining an emancipatory future through queer indigenous critical theories / Qwo-Li Driskill, Chris Finley, Brian Joseph Gilley, and Scott Lauria Morgensen.