A new prize-winning book that examines sex and sexualities in contemporary Indonesia was born out of a shared frustration, write the editors, LINDA RAE BENNETT and SHARYN GRAHAM DAVIES. Having been asked numerous times to deal with such diverse and complicated topics as ‘Islam and sexuality’, or ‘gender and sexuality in Indonesia’, or even ‘queer …
Linda Rae Bennett
Dr Linda Rae Bennett is a medical anthropologist at the University of Melbourne. Her work has concentrated on gender, sexuality, and biological and social reproduction in South East Asia, Australia and the Pacific.
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