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Table of Contents
Edward Said's Nazareth
DOSSIER: REENACTMENT IN CONTEMPORARY DOCUMENTARY FILM, VIDEO, AND PERFORMANCE
Guest Editor: Jonathan Kahana
Introduction: What Now? Presenting Reenactment
Re-staging Two Laws: An Interview with Alessandro Cavadini and Carolyn Strachan
The Black Holes of History: Raoul Peck's Two Lumumbas
Shattering Silence: Traumatic Memory and Reenactment in Rithy Panh's S-21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine
The Real Movie: Reenactment, Spectacle, and Recovery in Pierre Huyghe's The Third Memory
Gender, Power, and Pedagogy in Coco Fusco's Bare Life Study #1 (2005), A Room of One's Own (2005), and Operation Atropos (2006)
New Left-Wing Melancholy: Mark Tribe's "The Port Huron Project" and the Politics of Reenactment
Women, Trauma, and Late Modernity: Sontag, Duras, and Silence in Cinema, 1960-1980
E. Ann Kaplan
What is Being Fought for by Today's Cinephilia(s)?
Guest Editors: Jonathan Buchsbaum and Elena Gorfinkel
Jonathan Buchsbaum and Elena Gorfinkel
Reply to Cinephilia Survey
"They are like black lakes troubled by fantastic moons"
Some Reflections on the Cinephilia Question
Cinephilia and the Imagination of Filmmaking
For an Insubordinate (or Rebellious) History of Cinema
Philistines and Cinephiles: The New Deal
Everyone I Know Is Stayin' Home: The New Cinephilia
On the Political Challenges of the Cinephile Today
Cinematic Promiscuity: Cinephilia after Videophilia
What Is Being Fought For by Today's Cinephilia(s)?
Cinephilia as War Machine
Regarding Cinephilia and Africa
"Writing on the Screen": An Interview with Emmanuel Burdeau
What Women Want: The Complex World of Dorothy Arzner and Her Cinematic Women
Donna R. Casella