- Title Pages
- I Know My Ancestors Are Happy”
- “True Doll Stories”
- Fighting for Freedom
- Geographies of Pain, Geographies of Pleasure
- Protectors of the Inheritance
- Women Maskers
- Operationalizing “Baby” for Our Good
- From the Bamboula to the Baby Dolls
- Is the Unruly Woman Masker Still Relevant?
How the Baby Dolls Became an Iconic Part of Mardi Gras
- In Memory: Uncle Lionel Batiste (February 11, 1932–July 8, 2012)
- Baby Doll Addendum and Mardi Gras’49
- Dancing Women of New Orleans
- The World That Antoinette K-Doe Made
- Sass and Circumstance
- John McCrady’s “Southern Eccentric” Regionalism
- Culture-Building and Contemporary Visual Arts Practice
- Beyond Objectification and Fetishization
- Contemporary Artists Respond to the Baby Dolls
- Walking Raddy
- Kim Vaz-Deville
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