1. The Rebirth of a Nation: Nollywood and the Remaking of Modern Nigeria
  2. Olabanji Akinola
  3. pp. 11-29
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  1. Nollywood and Its Others: Questioning English Language Hegemony in Nollywood Studies
  2. Carmen McCain
  3. pp. 30-54
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  1. At the Threshold of New Political Communities: Some Notes on the History of Nollywood’s Epic Genre
  2. Matthew H. Brown
  3. pp. 55-78
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  1. Female Body, Discipline, and Emerging Male Spectatorship in Yoruba Video Film
  2. Kayode Omoniyi Ogunfolabi
  3. pp. 79-97
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  1. Peeking Through the Opomulero Lens: Tunde Kelani’s Women on Center Stage
  2. Jumoke Giwa-Isekeije
  3. pp. 98-121
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  1. Nollywood and the Nigerian Dream: The Example of Teco Benson’s Formidable Force
  2. Cajetan N. Iheka
  3. pp. 122-136
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  1. Commodifying the “Sacred,” Beatifying the “Abnormal”: Nollywood and the Representation of Disability
  2. Kolawole Olaiya
  3. pp. 137-156
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  1. Nigerian Videos in the Global Arena: The Postcolonial Exotic Revisited
  2. Alessandro Jedlowski
  3. pp. 157-178
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  1. Nollywood Consensus: Modeling a Development Pathway for Africa
  2. Ifeanyi Ezeonu
  3. pp. 179-199
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  1. Introduction: Nollywood and the Global South
  2. Adetayo Alabi
  3. pp. 1-10
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 200-202
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