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Table of Contents Preface Brown Skin and Silver Screens Chapter One South Asian Diasporas and Transnational Cultural Studies Chapter Two Between Hollywood and Bollywood Chapter Three Home on the Range: Diaspora and Postcoloniality in Mira Nair's Mississippi Masala Chapter Four Reel a State: Reimagining Diaspora, Homeland, and Nation-state in Srinivas Krishna's Masala Chapter Five Homesickness and Motion Sickness: Embodied Migratory Subjectivities in Gurinder Chadha's Bhaji on the Beach Chapter Six Homo on the Range: Queering Postcoloniality and Globalization in Deepa Mehta's Fire Chapter Seven Sex in the Global City: The Sexual and Gender Politics of the New Urban, Transnational, and Cosmopolitan Indian Cinema in English Chapter Eight Conclusion: Migrant Brides, Feminist Films, and Transnational Desires Endnotes Bibliography Filmography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Motion pictures India, South Asians Foreign countries