49, Number 1, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

Avant-Garde Re-Enactment: World Mirror Cinema, Decasia, and The Heart of the World

pp. 1-19
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"Noble and Uplifting and Boring as Hell": Asian American Film and Video, 1971–1982

pp. 20-40
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Looking for Vito

pp. 41-64
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What's the Deal with Soundtrack Albums?: Metal Music and the Customized Aesthetics of Contemporary Horror

pp. 65-81
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Undesirable Bodies and Desirable Labor: Documenting the Globalization and Digitization of Transnational American Dreams in Indian Call Centers

pp. 82-102
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Sports of Spectatorship: Boxing Women of Color in Girlfight and Beyond

pp. 103-115
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Futures of Entertainment 3: November 21–22, 2008, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

pp. 116-120
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Stepping Sideways

pp. 121-127
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Out of the Past

pp. 128-131
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Whither Film Studies (in a Post–Film Studies World)?

pp. 131-135
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Some Hopes of SCMS

pp. 136-140
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Media Studies and the Academy: A Tangled Tale

pp. 140-146
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The Scholars Who Sat by the Door

pp. 146-153
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Digital Media in Cinema Journal, 1995–2008

pp. 154-160
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Hive-Sourcing Is the New Out-Sourcing: Studying Old (Industrial) Labor Habits in New (Consumer) Labor Clothes

pp. 160-167
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Discipline and Publish: The Birth of Cinematology

pp. 168-176
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Book Reviews

Wonder Cabinets and Writing Cinema History

pp. 177-180
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Learning What Questions to Ask

pp. 180-183
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Television, Historiography, and Cultural Power

pp. 184-187
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Toward Interdisciplinary Film Studies

pp. 187-191
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Navigating New Studies of Media and Technology

pp. 191-194
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Questions of Method

pp. 194-196
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Contributors

Contributors

p. 197
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