Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies
David A.B. Murray
Department of
Anthropology
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Publications

Books

 

2002

Opacity: Gender, Sexuality, Race and the ‘Problem’ of Identity in Martinique
New York: Peter Lang

 

 

Book Chapters

 

2004

Takatapui, Gay or just Ho-mo-sexual, Darling? Maori Language, Sexual Terminology and Identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand” in Speaking in Queer Tongues: Globalization and Gay Language, William O. Leap and Tom

 

 

Edited Journal Volumes

2006

Co-editor (with Tom Boellstorf and Kathryn Robinson), “East Indies-West Indies Archipelagic Interchanges”. Anthropological Forum 16(3)

2002

Co-editor (with Joel Robbins), “Reinventing The Invention of Culture”. Special Issue of Social Analysis, Vol. 46 #1

 

 

Journal Articles (refereed)

2007

“The Civilized Homosexual: Travel Talk and The Project of Gay Identity”. Sexualities 10(1): 49-60

2006

“East Indies/West Indies: Introduction” (co-written with Tom Boellstorf and Kathryn Robinson) Anthropological Forum 16(3):219-227

2006

“Whose Right? Human Rights, Sexuality and Social Change in Barbados” Journal of Culture, Health and Sexuality 8(3):267-281

2003

“Who is Takatapui? Maori Language, Sexuality and Identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand.  Anthropologica, 45:233-244

2002

“Introduction” (co-written with Joel Robbins) and “Queering the Culture Cult” in Social Analysis 46(1):1-3, 80-89.

 

 

Book Reviews

2008

Caribbean Pleasure Industry: Tourism, Sexuality and AIDS in the Dominican Republic (Mark Padilla) in Anthropologica

2007

Theatre and Political Process: Staging Identities in Tokelau and New Zealand (Ingjerd Hoem) in Ethnos 72(1):136-137

2005

The Culture of Gender and Sexuality in the Caribbean (Linden Lewis, ed.) in The New West Indian Guide 79(1&2):27-29

2005

Queer Globalizations: Citizenship and the Afterlife of Colonialism (Cruz-Malave and Manalansan, eds) in The Journal of Homosexuality 49(2):169-172

 
   
   
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