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Issue 112, 2013

Table of Contents

The Django Issue

"I Like the Way You Die, Boy": fantasy's role in Django Unchained

pp. iv-12

Allegories of Empire: Django/Dorner/blackness/blowback

pp. 13-21

He Can't Say That, Can He?: black, white, and shades of gray in the films of Tarantino

pp. 23-31

Looking Sharp: performance, genre, and questioning history in Django Unchained

pp. 32-45

"An Unfathomable Place": a conversation with Quentin Tarantino about Django Unchained (2012)

pp. 47-66

History Unchained

pp. 68-77

Lincoln and the Radicals: a conversation with Tony Kushner

pp. 78-98

Reality Show

pp. 99-100

Retracing Nelson Mandela through the Lineage of Black Political Thought: from Walter Rubusana to Steve Biko

pp. 101-116

Black Beethoven and the Racial Politics of Music History

pp. 117-130

Accordion Dream, and: Alternative Monkey, and: The Heat, and: The Last Bird, and: Flower Shop

pp. 131-135

Natural Disaster

pp. 136-152

Archiving Violence: a conversation on the making of Poto Mitan and Bad Friday

pp. 153-168

Notes on Contributors

pp. 169-172

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