Table of contents for Terrorism, media, liberation / edited and with an introduction by J. David Slocum.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Terrorism in motion pictures.
Terrorism on television.