- Title Pages
- Introduction American Cinema in the Shadow of 9/11
- Chapter 1 The Mythic Shape of <i>American Sniper</i> (2015)
- Chapter 2 Responding to Realities or Telling the Same Old Story? Mixing Real-world and Mythic Resonances in <i>The Kingdom</i> (2007) and <i>Zero Dark Thirty</i> (2012)
- Chapter 3 Acts of Redemption and ‘The Falling Man’ Photograph in Post-9/11 US Cinema
- Chapter 4 ‘You be very mindful of how you act’: Post-9/11 Culture and Arab American Subjectivities in Joseph Castelo’s <i>The War Within</i> (2005) and Hesham Issawi’s <i>AmericanEast</i> (2008)
- Chapter 5 Refracting Fundamentalism in Mira Nair’s <i>The Reluctant Fundamentalist</i> (2012)
- Chapter 6 ‘Not now that strength’: Embodiment and Globalisation in Post-9/11 James Bond
- Chapter 7 Training the Body Politic: Networked Masculinity and the ‘War on Terror’ in Hollywood Film
- Chapter 8 ‘Gettin’ Dirty’: Tarantino’s Vengeful Justice, the Marked Viewer and Post-9/11 America
- Chapter 9 Stop the Clocks: <i>Lincoln</i> and Post-9/11 Cinema
- Chapter 10 Foreshadows of the Fall: Questioning 9/11’s Impact on American Attitudes
- Chapter 11 ‘Daddy, I’m scared. Can we go home?’ Fear and Allegory in Frank Darabont’s <i>The Mist</i> (2007)
- Chapter 12 The Terrible, Horrible Desire to Know: Post-9/11 Horror Remakes, Reboots, Sequels and Prequels
- Chapter 13 Post-9/11 Power and Responsibility in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Chapter 14 Nowhere Left to Zone in <i>Children of Men</i> (2006)
- Chapter 15 Traumatise, Repeat, Finish: Military Science Fiction (Long) after 9/11 and Doug Liman’s <i>Edge of Tomorrow</i> (2014)
- Selected Filmography
- Notes on the Contributors
- American Cinema in the Shadow of 9/11
- Edinburgh University Press
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