Imperial Leather: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Colonial Contest

@inproceedings{Mcclintock1998ImperialLR,
  title={Imperial Leather: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Colonial Contest},
  author={Anne Mcclintock},
  year={1998}
}
I. Empire of the Home 1. The Lay of the Land 2. "Massa and Maids 3. Imperial Leather 4. Psychoanalysis, Race and Female Fetish II. Double Crossings 5. Soft-Soaping Empire 6. The White Family of Man 7. Olive Schreiner III. Dismantling the Master's House 8. The Scandal of Hybridity 9. "Azikwelwa" (We Will Not Ride) 10. No Longer in a Future Heading 

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