restricted access   Volume 56, Number 3, Spring 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

The Manic Bodies of Danny Kaye

pp. 1-23
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Finding Borderland: Intermediality in the Films of Marc Forster

pp. 24-46
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Written Out of the Story: Issues of Television Authorship, Reception, and Ethnicity in NBC's "Marty"

pp. 47-73
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A Tale of Two Movies: Protestants, Catholics, and Prior Censorship in Post–World War II Hollywood

pp. 74-94
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Newsreel 55: Which Side Are You On?

Introduction to Newsreel 55: Which Side Are You On?

pp. 95-99
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Newsreel 55: Which Side Are You On?

pp. 100-114
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In Focus: Asian American Film and Media

Introduction

pp. 115-118
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Gnawing at the Whiteness of Cinema Studies: On Asian American Media Now

pp. 119-124
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Asian American Media Studies and the Problem of Legibility

pp. 125-130
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What Was Asian American Cinema?

pp. 130-135
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Nam June Paik and Laurel Nakadate at the Margins of Asian American Film and Video

pp. 136-141
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Racial Accents, Hollywood Casting, and Asian American Studies

pp. 142-147
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Mixed Race Matters: What Emma Stone and Bruno Mars Can Tell Us about the Future of Asian American Media

pp. 148-152
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Book Reviews: Asian American Film and Media

Asians Wear Clothes on the Internet by Minh-Ha T. Pham (review)

pp. 155-158
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Asian American Media Activism: Fighting for Cultural Citizenship by Lori Kido Lopez (review)

pp. 159-163
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Making Asian American Film and Video: History, Institutions, Movements by Jun Okada (review)

pp. 164-167
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Contributors

pp. 153-154
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Book Reviewers

p. 168
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