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a c k n o w l e d g m e n t
Writing this book was fun. Not continuously, I admit, but ultimately—a
lots of people made it that way. Before I ever thought of writing it, firs
all, my teachers at Williams College set me on its path, and I am still grate
for the example of their critical intelligence and watchful pedagogy: Wen
Brown, Wahneema Lubiano, Christopher Pye, Anita Sokolsky, and Ka
At Cornell, Shirley Samuels and Mark Seltzer were always supporti
I owe a particular debt to Timothy Murray, who (with great foresig
and faith in me) got me a job at the Human Sexuality Collection in C
nell’s Kroch Library, where I was first able to read the materials for ch
ters and . Brenda Marston, Phil McCray, Mark Dimunation, and
staff at Kroch welcomed me to into the community forming around the
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