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  Volume 51, Number 1, Fall 2011

Table of Contents

Jim Brown: From Integration to Resegregation in The Dirty Dozen and 100 Rifles

pp. 1-25
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The Tango on Broadway: Carlos Gardel's International Stardom and the Transition to Sound in Argentina

pp. 26-49
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Landscapes of Expression: Affective Encounters in South Indian Cinema

pp. 50-74
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Memories of Memories: Historicity, Nostalgia, and Archive in Bong Joon-ho's Memories of Murder

pp. 75-95
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Coloniality and the Trappings of Modernity in Viridiana and The Hand in the Trap

pp. 96-114
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"There's More Than One Way to Lose Your Heart": The American Film Industry, Early Teen Slasher Films, and Female Youth

pp. 115-140
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Cinema across Media: The 1920s, First International Berkeley Conference on Silent Cinema University of California, Berkeley, February 24-26, 2011

pp. 141-144
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Introduction

pp. 145-148
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Neoliberal Politics, Convergence, and the Do-It-Yourself Security of 24

pp. 149-154
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Adapting Watchmen after 9/11

pp. 154-159
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Remember Everything, Absolve Nothing: Working through Trauma in the Bourne Trilogy

pp. 159-163
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The Good, the Bad, and the American: Interrogating the Morality of the Western in A History of Violence

pp. 164-168
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"Now the Gloves Come Off": The Problematic of "Enhanced Interrogation Techniques" in Battlestar Galactica

pp. 168-173
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"9/11—What's That?": Trauma, Temporality, and Terminator:The Sarah Connor Chronicles

pp. 174-179
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Contributors

p. 180
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9/11 Film and Media Scholarship

pp. 181-193
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Research Areas

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