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Contents Preface and Acknowledgments Introduction: The Recurrent Return to Algiers J. David Slocum Anarchism and Cinema: Representation and Self-Representation Richard Porton Disruption, Destruction, Denial: Hitchcock as Saboteur Susan Smith Two Faces of 1950s Terrorism: The Film Presentation of Mau Mau and the Malayan Emergency Susan Carruthers The Battle of Algiers: Colonial Struggle and Collective Allegiance Murray Smith Discourses of Terrorism, Feminism, and the Family in von Trotta's Marianne and Juliane E. Ann Kaplan The Television Terrorist Bethami A. Dobkin Iran, Islam, and the Terrorist Threat, 1979-1989 Melani McAlister Simulations and Terrors of Our Time Robert Merrill Mass-Mediated Terrorism in the New World [Dis]Order Brigitte L. Nacos Traditions of Representation: Political Violence and the Myth of Atavism Martin McLoone Fragmenting the Nation: Images of Terrorism in Indian Popular Cinema Sumita S. Chakravarty Who Was Afraid of Patrice Lumumba? Terror and the Ethical Imagination in Lumumba: La Mort du Prophet Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg Violence and Vision: The Prosthetics and Aesthetics of Terror Allen Feldman Theses on the Questions of War: History, Media, Terror Rosalind C. Morris 9/11: Before, After, and In Between James Der Derian Contributors Index
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Terrorism in motion pictures.
Terrorism on television.