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<The Intimate Lives of 17th-Century Women, Seen through the Eyes of a Muslim Slave

The Intimate Lives of 17th-Century Women, Seen through the Eyes of a Muslim Slave

By Giancarlo Casale, editor and translator of Prisoner of the Infidels: The Memoir of an Ottoman Muslim in Seventeenth-Century Europe Before the dawn of our narcissistic modern age, detailed accounts of intimate …

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<How Queer Readings of Premodern Japanese Texts Help Us Redefine Desire

How Queer Readings of Premodern Japanese Texts Help Us Redefine Desire

By Reginald Jackson, author of A Proximate Remove: Queering Intimacy and Loss in The Tale of Genji When I first began working on A Proximate Remove, my goal was to write the …

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<Sounding the Edges of History

Sounding the Edges of History

By Martha Feldman and Nicholas Mathew, editors of Representations’s special issue, “Music and Sound at the Edges of History” Most people use music and sound to understand their worlds without needing professional …

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