1. Electric Homes! Automatic Movies! Efficient Entertainment!: 16mm and Cinema's Domestication in the 1920s
  2. Haidee Wasson
  3. pp. 1-21
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  1. Contemporary Hollywood Masculinity and the Double-Protagonist Film
  2. David Greven
  3. pp. 22-43
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  1. Reading the Title Sequence (Vorspann, Générique)
  2. Georg Stanitzek, Noelle Aplevich
  3. pp. 44-58
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  1. The Crowd Outside the Lettered City: Imagining the Mass Audience in 1920s India
  2. Manishita Dass
  3. pp. 77-98
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  1. Console-ing Passions: April 24–26, 2008, University of California–Santa Barbara
  2. Moya Luckett
  3. pp. 99-103
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  1. A Fannish Taxonomy of Hotness
  2. Francesca Coppa
  3. pp. 107-113
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  1. A Fannish Field of Value: Online Fan Gift Culture
  2. Karen Hellekson
  3. pp. 113-118
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  1. Should Fan Fiction Be Free?
  2. Abigail De Kosnik
  3. pp. 118-124
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  1. User-Penetrated Content: Fan Video in the Age of Convergence
  2. Julie Levin Russo
  3. pp. 125-130
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  1. Living in a Den of Thieves: Fan Video and Digital Challenges to Ownership
  2. Alexis Lothian
  3. pp. 130-136
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  1. Feminist Media Studies in a Postfeminist Age
  2. Elana Levine
  3. pp. 137-143
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  1. Paying Attention: Feminist Film Studies in the Twenty-First Century
  2. Adrienne L. McLean
  3. pp. 144-151
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  1. Cinema Journal Annotated Index to Volume 48
  2. pp. 152-155
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  1. Introduction
  2. Kristina Busse
  3. pp. 104-107
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