Vaginal Economy: Cinema and Sexuality in the Post-Marcos, Post-Brocka Philippines

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Vaginal Economy
Journal Issue Pages: 396 Volume 19, Number 2 Published: Fall 2011 An issue of positions
Special Issue Editor: Roland B. Tolentino


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Guest Editor's Introduction - Rolando B. Tolentino

Transnational Questing Desire in Star Cinema's Kailangan kita and Milan -Francisco Benitez

The Martial Art of “Cinema”: Modes of Virtuosity à la Hong Kong and the Philippines - Jonathan Beller

The Time of Poverty and the Image of Refusal-Ryan Canlas

Peripheral Visionaries: Corruptive Mysticism and the Problem of Miracle - Patrick D. Flores

The Macho Machine: Male Sexual Commodification in Philippine Realist Film-Reuben Ramas Cañete

Strong(er) Women and Effete Men: Negotiating Chineseness in Philippine Cinema at a Time of Transnationalism-Richard T. Chu

Managing the “Moro Problem”: Fractured Nation/Narration in Bagong Buwan-Gladys Nubla

The Social-Invisibility Narrative in Filipino-American Feature Films-Elizabeth H. Pisares

“Japayuki,” or, Spectacles for the Transnational Middle Class- Nobue Suzuki

The Politics of Mirrored Metaphors: Flor Contemplacion and The Maid -Benjamin McKay

Feudal Desires: Sexualizing Agriculture in the Philippine Film Industry-Alvin Yapan

Risk Management, Probability, and the Theory of Games in Segurista (Dead Sure) and Kubrador (The Bet Collector)-Jema Pamintuan

In the Womb of the Global Economy: Anak and the Construction of Transnational Imaginaries-Sarah Raymundo

The “Right Dissident”: Liu Xiaobo and the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize-Barry Sautman and Yan Hairong

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