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  Volume 50, Number 4, Summer 2011

Table of Contents


From Exhibition to Genre: The Case of Grind-House Films

pp. 1-25

“It’s Just Not Turning Up”: Cinematic Vision and Environmental Justice in Todd Haynes’s Safe

pp. 26-47

Hitting the “Vérité Jackpot”: The Ecstatic Profits of Freeze-Framed Violence

pp. 48-72

Audiovisual Change: Viral Web Media and the Obama Campaign

pp. 73-97

Lacan’s Harpo

pp. 98-116

Joe Swanberg, Intimacy, and the Digital Aesthetic

pp. 117-135

“Film Experience and the Formation of Illusion: The Spectator as ‘Surrogate Body’ for the Cinema,” by Christiane Voss

pp. 136-150

In Memoriam: Peter Brunette (1944–2010)

p. 151

Conference Report

Flow Conference: University of Texas at Austin, September 30–October 2, 2010

pp. 152-156

In Focus: Teaching Television in a Postnetwork Era


pp. 157-160

Filling the Box: Television in Higher Education

pp. 161-165

Hybridity, History, and the Identity of the Television Studies Teacher

pp. 166-172

Teaching the Lone Television Studies Graduate Seminar

pp. 172-177

Teaching the Politics of Television Culture in a “Post-television” Era

pp. 177-182

Going with the Flow: On the Value of Randomness, Flexibility, and Getting Students In on the Conversation, or What I Learned from Antoine Dodson

pp. 182-187

Book Reviews: Teaching Television

Teaching Television History: The Textbook

pp. 188-194

The Single-Series Monograph: A New Approach to TV Studies

pp. 194-201

Cinema Journal Annotated Index to Volume 50

pp. 202-206


p. 207

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