1. Introduction Tze-lan D. Sang and Sylvia Li-chun Lin 2. Re/Making Histories: On Historical Documentary Film and Taiwan: A People's History Daw-Ming Lee 3. Re-Creating the White Terror on the Screen Sylvia Li-chun Lin 4. Reclaiming Taiwan's Colonial Modernity: The Case of Viva Tonal: The Dance Age, Tze-lan D. Sang 5. Cultivating Taiwanese: Yen Lan-chuan and Juang Yi-tseng's Let it Be (Wu Mi Le), Bert M. Scruggs 6.The Politics and Aesthetics of Seeing in Jump! Boys, Hsiu-Chuang Deppman 7. "Should I Put Down the Camera?": Ethics in Contemporary Taiwanese Documentary Films Kuei-fen Chiu 8. Documenting Environmental Protest: Taiwan's Gongliao Fourth Nuclear Power Plant And the Cultural Politics of Dialogic Artifice Christopher Lupke 9. Sentimentalism and the Phenomenon of Collective "Inward-looking": A Critical Analysis of Mainstream Taiwanese Documentary Li-hsin Kuo
Sylvia Li-chun Lin is Associate Professor of Chinese in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Notre Dame, USA. Tze-lan D. Sang is Associate Professor of Chinese at the University of Oregon, USA.