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New title announcement: Studies in South Asian Film & Media, issue 1.2

Intellect is delighted to announce the publication of the second issue of Studies in South Asian Film & Media (SAFM).

This peer-reviewed journal is committed to looking at the media and cinemas of the Indian subcontinent in their social, political, economic, historical, and increasingly globalized and diasporic contexts. The journal evaluates these topics in relation to class, caste, gender, race, sexuality, and ideology.

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Contents - Issue 1.2

Editorial
Authors:  Aarti Wani and Jyotsna Kapur and Alka Kurian
Page Start: 199

The invisible image: A photo essay by Amar Kanwar

Authors:  Amar Kanwar
Page Start: 203

Patriotism and valor are in your blood’: necropolitical subjectivities in The Terrorist (1999)
Authors:  Mike Dillon
Page Start: 209

Slumdogs and superstars: negotiating the culture of terror
Authors:  Sunera Thobani
Page Start: 227

Cartooning Mumbai’s 9/11: an exploration of image decolonization

Authors:  Sushmita Chatterjee
Page Start: 249

‘Guns and guys in the jungle; news and terrorism in north-east India’

Authors:  Daisy Hasan
Page Start: 265

Intimate terrors: changing representations of structural violence against women in Malayali cinema
Authors:  Rajiv Kannan Menon
Page Start: 285

Images from an assembly line
Authors:  Surabhi Sharma
Page Start: 303


Title Information:  Studies in South Asian Film & Media

Editors: 
Jyotsna Kapur, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale 
Alka Kurian, University of Sunderland
Aarti Wani, Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce, Pune

ISSN: 1756-4921 | 2 issues per volume,  Volume 1, 2009

Subscriptions: £33 (Personal)/ £150 (Institutional)/ £117 Online 


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