Table of contents for Law on the screen / edited by Austin Sarat, Lawrence Douglas, Martha Merrill Umphrey.

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	acknowledgments---	vii
	contributors---	vii
On Film and Law: Broadening the Focus ---	1
	austin sarat, lawrence douglas, 
	and martha merrill umphrey
Part I. Studies of Representation
Cinematic Judgment and Jurisprudence: A Woman's Memory, Recov-
ery, and Justice in a Post-Traumatic Society (A Study of Polanski's 
Death and the Maiden)	000
orit kamir
The Racial-Spatial Order and the Law: Devil in a Blue Dress	000
michael j. shapiro
Anti-Oedipus, Lynch: Initiatory Rites and the Ordeal of Justice	000
richard k. sherwin
Part II. Studies of Reception
Reproducing a Trial: Evidence and Its Assessment in Paradise Lost
jennifer l. mnookin
A Case for Corrective Criticism: A Civil Action	000
diane waldman
"Everyone Went Wild over It": Film Audiences, Political Cinema, and 
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington	000
eric smoodin

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Justice, Administration of, in motion pictures -- Congresses.