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					Publications Books Light in the Dark Room: Photography and Loss. Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, November 2004, 230 pp. ISBN: 0816644845; 978-0816644841 Second Skins: The Body Narratives of Transsexuality. New York: Columbia University Press, 1998. 267 pp. ISBN: 0-231-10934-2; 0-231-10935-0 Editor, American Fiction of the 1990s. Routledge, 2008. 249 pp. ISBN: 0415435676 Co-editor with Laura Doan. Palatable Poison: Critical Perspectives on The Well of Loneliness. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002. 418 pp. ISBN: 0231118740; 231118759

Articles and Chapters Memoir ‘The Baghdadi Jew and His Chinese Mistress’ (Translated into Hungarian, ‘A bagdadi zsidó és kínai szeretője’), Magyar Lettre Internationale, 64, 50-61, 2007. ‘My Grandfather’s Voice: Jewish Immigrants from Baghdad to Bombay.’ Life Writing.4.1 (2007): 103-110. Adapted as ‘Baghdad Bombay Britain: Jewish Immigrants from Iraq to India.’ Eds. Krishna Sen and Tapati Gupta. Colonial and Post Colonial Perspectives. Dasgupta and Co: Calcutta, 2007. 272-282 ‘Babylon Baghdad Bombay.’ Moving Worlds 5.2 (2006): 32-50 Adapted as ‘Babylon, Baghdad, Britain,’ Chelsea Synagogue Newsletter, Passover 5766 (2006) Issue pp. 5-9 ‘Sim Koh-Wei, My Jewish Grandmother.’ Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly. 28.1 (2005): 130-137 On Photography ‘Buddha Barthes: What Barthes Saw in Photography.’ Literature and Theology 18.2 (2004): 197-208. Reprinted in Photography and Literature. Ed. David Cunningham, Andrew Fisher, and Sas Mays. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2005. 145-59 ‘Testimonies of Light: Nan Goldin: Devil's Playground.’ Women: A Cultural Review 13.1 (2002). 339-351. ‘Ph/Autography and the Art of Life: Gillian Wearing’s Ethical Realism.’ The Cyborg Experiments in the Media Age. Ed. Joanna Zylinska. London: Continuum, 2002. 193-213. ‘The Art of Ph/Autography: LaGrace Looks Back.’ Introduction to Del LaGrace, Sublime Mutations, Photographer’s Retrospective. Stuttgart: Konkursbuch Verlag, 2000. 6-11. ‘A Palinode on Photography and the Transsexual Real,’ a/b: Autobiography Studies 14.1 (1999): 51-70. Reprinted in Extremities. Ed. Nancy K. Miller and Jason Tougaw. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2002. 238-259. Webcast/ Website Collective project: http://www.photographyandatrocity.org On Skin/Race Autobiography ‘Updike, Race, and the Postcolonial Project.’ Cambridge Companion to John Updike. Ed. Stacey Olster (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006 ). pp. 76-90 ‘The Thick-Skinned Art of John Updike: ‘From the Journal of a Leper.’’ Yearbook of

English Studies 31, North American Short Stories and Short Fictions 1950-Present (2001): 182-191. Reprinted in Short Story Criticism 91 (SSC-103) (publication expected 31/1/2008). ‘Under the Skin of John Updike: Self-Consciousness and the Racial Unconscious.’ PMLA 116.3 (2001): 579-593 ‘Skin Memories.’ Thinking Through the Skin. Eds. Jackie Stacey and Sara Ahmed. London: Routledge 2001. 52-68. ‘Autobiography, Poststructuralist Theory, and the Problem of Reference.’ Proceedings of Senapulli XXII. Brazil (1998). Circa 15 pp. On Gender ‘’Some Primitive Thing Conceived in a Turbulent Age of Transition’: The Transsexual Emerging from The Well.’ Palatable Poison: Critical Perspectives on The Well of Loneliness. Eds. Laura Doan and Jay Prosser. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002. 129-144. Co-author with Laura Doan. ‘Introduction: Perspectives Past and Present.’ Palatable Poison: Critical Perspectives on The Well of Loneliness, eds. Laura Doan and Jay Prosser. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002. 1-34. ‘The Newly Born Dance with Hélène Cixous.’ Interview with Hélène Cixous. Cointerviewer Kate More. Radical Deviance 3.3 (2000): 44-51. ‘Exceptional Locations: Transsexual Travelogues,’ Reclaiming Gender: Essays on Transsexuality at the Fin de Siècle. Ed. Kate More and Stephen Whittle. London: Cassell 1999. 83-114. ‘Transsexuals and the Transsexologists: Inversion and the Emergence of Transsexual Subjectivity.’ Sexology in Culture: Labelling Bodies and Desires. Ed. Lucy Bland and Laura Doan. Oxford: Polity Press, 1998. 116-132. ‘Transgender in Lesbian and Gay Studies.’ Lesbian and Gay Studies: A Critical Introduction. Ed. Sally Munt and Andy Medhurst. London: Cassell, 1997. 309-327. ‘No Place Like Home: The Transgendered Narrative of Leslie Feinberg's Stone Butch Blues.’ Modern Fiction Studies 41.3-4 (1995): 483-514. Short Essays and Reviews Rev. of The Pivot of the World, by Blake Stimson. Source: The Magazine for Contemporary Photography 51 (2007): 60-61 Rev. of American Photography, by Miles Odell. Journal of American Studies 38.1 (2004): 157-58. Rev. of This Mad ‘Instead’: Governing Metaphors in Contemporary American Literature, by Arthur Saltzman. Modern Language Review 97.1. (2002): 182-83. ‘Criticism, Theory and Life Writing: Structuralism and Poststructuralism.’ Encyclopaedia of Life Writing. Ed. Margaretta Jolly (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2002). 248-250. Co-author, with Merl Storr. ‘Bisexuality and Transsexuality.’ Sexology Uncensored: The Documents of Social Science. Ed. Lucy Bland and Laura Doan. Oxford: Polity Press, 1998. 75-77. ‘Leslie Feinberg.’ Gay and Lesbian Literature Vol. 2. Ed. Tom and Sarah Pendergast. Detroit: St. James Press, 1998. Circa 6 pp.

Rev. of Changing Sex: Transsexualism, Technology and the Idea of Gender, by Bernice Hausman and Blending Genders: Social Aspects of Cross-Dressing and Sex-Changing, ed. Richard Ekins and Dave King. Journal of Gender Studies 6.1 (July 1997): 200-202.


				
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