1. Collaboration, Coproduction, and Code-Switching: Colonial Cinema and Postcolonial Archaeology
  2. Nayoung Aimee Kwon
  3. pp. 10-40
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  1. One Film, or Many?: The Multiple Texts of the Colonial Korean Film Volunteer
  2. Jaekil Seo, Jongmin Kim, Seulgie Lim
  3. pp. 41-61
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  1. A Propaganda Film Subverting Ethnic Hierarchy?: Suicide Squad at the Watchtower and Colonial Korea
  2. Naoki Mizuno, Andre Haag
  3. pp. 62-88
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  1. The Colonial and Transnational Production of Suicide Squad at the Watchtower and Love and the Vow
  2. Naoki Watanabe, Jooyeon Rhee
  3. pp. 89-115
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  1. Between Ideology and Spectatorship: The "Ethnic Harmony" of the Manchuria Motion Picture Corporation, 1937-1945
  2. Sookyeong Hong
  3. pp. 116-138
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  1. Negotiating Colonial Korean Cinema in the Japanese Empire: From the Silent Era to the Talkies, 1923-1939
  2. Chonghwa Chung, Sue Kim
  3. pp. 139-169
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  1. Knowing Society, Cultivating Citizens, and Making the State in Post-Imperial China
  2. Robert Culp
  3. pp. 171-182
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  1. Governmentality in Late Colonial Korea?
  2. Henry Em
  3. pp. 183-193
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  1. Mortuary Practices, Buddhism, and Family Relations in Japanese Society
  2. Nam-lin Hur
  3. pp. 194-201
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  1. Re-envisioning the Chinese Cityscape: Tabula Rasa and Palimpsest
  2. Jie Li
  3. pp. 202-210
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  1. Introduction
  2. Takashi Fujitani, Nayoung Aimee Kwon
  3. pp. 1-9
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