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  43, Number 4, Summer 2004

Table of Contents

From: Cinema Journal

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The Global Return of the Wu Xia Pian (Chinese Sword-Fighting Movie): Ang Lee's Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

pp. 3-17
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon : A Diasporic Reading

pp. 18-42
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Aesthetic Identities: A Response to Kenneth Chan and Christina Klein

pp. 43-52
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Indeterminate and Inhuman: Georgette Leblanc in L'Inhumaine (1924)

pp. 53-75
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Projections of Rural Life: The Agricultural Film Initiative in France, 1919-39

pp. 76-95
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In Focus: The Media and the New Cold War

In Focus: The Media and the New Cold War

pp. 96-97
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Fox and Its Friends: Global Commodification and the New Cold War

pp. 97-102
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Conglomeration, New Media, and the Cultural Production of the "War on Terror"

pp. 102-108
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Fending Off the Barbarians: Agit-Media and the Middle East

pp. 108-114
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Reevaluating the "Old" Cold War: A Dialectical Reading of Two 9/11 Narratives

pp. 114-121
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The Limits of the Cold War Analogy

pp. 121-125
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9/11, The Useful Incident, and the Legacy of the Creel Committee

pp. 125-131
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Complicity

pp. 131-135
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 135-136
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Index

Cinema Journal Annotated Index to Volume 43

pp. 162-165
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Research Areas

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