Table of contents for Italian neorealism and global cinema / edited by Laura E. Ruberto and Kristi M. Wilson.

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Acknowledgments 000
Introduction 000									
	Laura E. Ruberto and Kristi M. Wilson
1. On the Ruins of Masculinity: The Figure of the Child in Italian Neorealism and the German Rubble-Film 000
	Jaimey Fisher
2. Aesthetics or Ethics? Italian Neorealism and the Czechoslovak New Wave Cinema 000
	Lubica U?n?k
3. In the Mirror of an Alternative Globalism: The Neorealist Encounter in India 000
	Moinak Biswas
4. Alphaville: A Neorealist, Science Fiction Fable about Hollywood 000
	David Anshen
5. Neorealism in Anglo-Saxon Cinema 000
	Antonio Napolitano
6. A Stonecutter?s Passion: Latin American Reality and Cinematic Faith 000
	Tom?s F. Crowder-Taraborrelli
7. From Pensioner to Teenager: Everyday Violence in De Sica?s Umberto D and Gaviria?s Rodrigo D: No Future 000
	Kristi M. Wilson
8. Migrations of Cinema: Italian Neorealism and Brazilian Cinema 000
	Antonio Traverso
9. ?A Poetics of Refusals?: Neorealism from Italy to Africa 000
	Rachel Gabara
10. Cinematic Neorealism: Hong Kong Cinema and Fruit Chan?s 1997 Trilogy 000
	Natalia Sui-hung Chan
11. Re-creating the Witness: Elephant, Postmodernism, and the Neorealist Inheritance 000
	Thomas Stubblefield
12. Neorealism and Contemporary European Immigration 000
	Laura E. Ruberto
13. ?O Cuorp? ?e Napule: Naples and the Cinematographic Body of Culture 000
	Pasquale Verdicchio
14. In Memoriam: The Neorealist Legacy in the Contemporary Sicilian Anti-Mafia Film 000
	Millicent Marcus
Selected Filmography 000
Sample Syllabus 000
Works Cited 000	
Contributors 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures -- Italy.
Realism in motion pictures.
Motion pictures, Italian -- Foreign countries -- Influence.