Vol. 39 Nbr. 1-2, June 2012
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- Editor's introduction.
- Traveled eyes: the global politics of proximity in Midnight's Children.
- Epistemic re-configurations of bodyscapes in Ambai.
- Coffins, corpses and wheelchairs: mass hysteria and postcolonial constitutions.
- Loving in troubled and global times: coming to terms with a traumatic local past through 'global formats' in contemporary Spanish transnational TV series.
- Nigerian dreams on Senegalese TVS: the globalism of Globacom, West Africa's top telecommunications provider.
- Noise in Chinese neorealist cinema: sonic rebellion and a temporary reverse-hierarchy (TRH) model.
- Grounded flights: managing migrant movement in Jiazhangke's the world.
- The immigrant and the yakuza: gangscapes in Miike Takashi's DOA.
- On-screen neo-liberalism and off-screen state control-filmmaking in contemporary China.
- Bhangra's many avatars from the radio era to the age of the music video.
- Citizenship education for unity and diversity within multicultural societies: critical policy responses within Europe.
- Enter the Superheroes: American Values, Culture, and the Canon of Superhero Literature.
- The Emancipated Spectator.
- Teaching Law and Literature.
- Enlightenment Cosmopolitanism.