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Studies in South Asian Film and Media (SAFM) is the most promising new journal in the field. This peer-reviewed publication is committed to looking at the media and cinemas of the Indian subcontinent in their social, political, economic, historical, and increasingly globalized and diasporic contexts. The journal will evaluate these topics in relation to class, caste, gender, race, sexuality, and ideology.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 4, Number 2, October 2012

Articles

The body: Introduction
pp. 121-122(2)
Author: Nair, Sreenath

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Less is more: Interview with Ralph Yarrow
pp. 123-129(7)
Author: Nair, Sreenath

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Solidarity – rasa/autobiography – abhinaya: South Asian tactics for performing queerness
pp. 131-142(12)
Authors: Chatterjee, Sandra; Lee, Cynthia Ling

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Writing out otherness
pp. 143-156(14)
Author: Coorlawala, Uttara Asha

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Beyond anthropomorphism: Odissi and the botanical
pp. 157-165(9)
Author: Gardner, Sally

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Imagining O encountering India: Recounting an embodied experience
pp. 179-188(10)
Authors: Mitchell, Roanna; Pakula, Pablo

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Subversive bodies: Feminism and New Dance in India
pp. 189-199(11)
Author: Purkayastha, Prarthana

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The transcultural body: Kolkata re-membered
pp. 227-237(11)
Author: Ward, Nigel

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Obituary

David Bolland, 1919–2012
pp. 239-241(3)
Author: Hozier, Anthony

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Book Reviews

Book Review
pp. 243-244(2)
Author: Padden, Mary

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