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  Volume 50, Number 3, Spring 2011

Table of Contents

The Benshi Track: Mizoguchi Kenji's The Downfall of Osen and the Sound Transition

pp. 1-25
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A Certain Explicitness: Objectivity, History, and the Documentary Self

pp. 26-44
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Localized Globalization and a Monster National: The Host and the South Korean Film Industry

pp. 45-61
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Out of the Screen and into the Theater: 3-D Film as Demo

pp. 62-78
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"Henri Bergson Talks to Us About Cinema," by Michel Georges-Michel from Le Journal, February 20, 1914

pp. 79-82
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Mini-Dossier: Teaching Our Research . . . and Researching Our Teaching

Introduction

pp. 83-84
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Researching Your Teaching: A Mini-Manifesto

pp. 84-86
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My Students and Betty White: American Television History in the Classroom

pp. 86-88
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Teaching Institutional Analysis to Fourth-Year Cinema and Media Studies Majors

pp. 89-91
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Classroom Encounters: Dislocation, Globalization, and Cultural Knowledge

pp. 91-92
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Introducing Film Studies

pp. 93-95
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Contributors

pp. 95-96
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Cinema Ritrovato

Cinema Ritrovato: Bologna, Italy, June 26-July 3, 2010

pp. 97-101
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Women and the Silent Screen VI: Bologna, Italy, June 24-26, 2010

pp. 102-105
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In Focus: Comics Studies Fifty Years After Film Studies

Introduction

pp. 106-110
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It Ain't Easy Studying Comics

pp. 110-112
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Why Comics Studies?

pp. 113-117
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Why I Hate Superhero Movies

pp. 118-122
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What's in a Name?: The Academic Study of Comics and the "Graphic Novel"

pp. 123-126
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Digital Comics, Circulation, and the Importance of Being Eric Sluis

pp. 127-134
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Contributors

p. 134
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Surveying the World of Contemporary Comics Scholarship: A Conversation

pp. 135-147
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Contributors

p. 147
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Research Areas

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