• Introduction: Culture and Contemporary Chinese Cinema in the Second Coming of Capitalism Homo Economicus: Individual Liberty and Market Dependency. Primitive Accumulation and the Emergence of the Liberal Subject in the People's Republic: Zhang Yimou's Red Sorghum and Zhou Xiaowen's Ermo
  • Crazy English with a Chinese Face: Zhang Yuan's Documentary on the Neoliberal Pedagogy of the Self
  • Homo Sentimentalis: The Transformation of Family and Intimacy
  • Neoliberalism's Family Values: (Re)production and (Re)creation in Ang Lee's Trilogy and Zhang Yimou's Happy Times
  • The Deregulation of Affect in Hou Hsiao-hsien and Yang De-chang
  • Homo Ethicus: Towards Ecological Justice. The World of Jia Zhangke Viewed: Neorealist Aesthetics against Neoliberal Logics
  • Abiding by Nature's Time: The Cautionary of Cannibal Capitalism in Fruit Chan's Dumplings