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  Volume 1, Number 1, Spring 2001

Table of Contents

From: CR: The New Centennial Review

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Special Issue: Cultural Citizenship

Editors' Note

pp. ix-x
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Articles

Citizens of Modernity from a Cosmopolitan Point of View

pp. 1-21
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Elian, Iola Leroy, and Other Reluctant Citizens

pp. 23-54
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The Places of Tradition: Modernity/Backwardness, Regionalism/Centralism, Mass/Popular, Homogeneous/Heterogeneous

pp. 55-74
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Borderline Justice/States of Emergency: Orson Welles' Touch of Evil

pp. 75-105
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A Patriotic Mole: A Living Photograph

pp. 107-139
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The Timezone Endgame

pp. 141-173
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Where Does the Rainbow Nation End?: Colouredness and Citizenship in Post-Apartheid South Africa

pp. 175-199
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Fantasies of Self Identity: Khatibi's The Book of Blood

pp. 201-228
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Culture and Anonymity: The Other Voice of Los pasos perdidos

pp. 229-255
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Myth and Nihilism in the Discourse of Globalization

pp. 257-282
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Book Reviews

Seduced, Betrayed

pp. 283-296
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The Coming of Age of African American Studies: An Important New Contribution

pp. 297-311
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Chicana/o Literature and Voices of a New Chicana/o History

pp. 313-331
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Making Sense of the "Hood"

pp. 333-343
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Contributors

pp. 345-348
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Research Areas

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