According to Kez (not sure where he got this info, as I didn't see it on the Amazon link he posted), here are the essays:
Janet Brennan Croft, "Introduction"
Film History: J.E. Smyth, "The Three Ages of Imperial Cinema from the Death of Gordon to The Return of the King"
Adaptation and Revision: David Bratman, "Summa Jacksonica: A Reply to Defenses of Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings films, after St. Thomas Aquinas"
Janet Brennan Croft, "Mithril Coats and Tin Ears: 'Anticipation' and 'Flattening' in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings Trilogy"
Diana Paxson, "Re-vision: The Creative Process in The Lord of the Rings In Print and On Screen"
Heroes and Leaders: Kayla McKinney Wiggins, "The Art of theStory-Teller and the Person of the Hero"
Dan Timmons, "Frodo on Film: Peter Jackson's Problematic Portrayal"
Judith Kollmann, "Elisions and Ellipses: Councils and Counsel in Tolkien's and Jackson's The Lord of the Rings"
A Woman's Part: Jane Chance, "Tolkien's Women (and Men): The Films and the Books"
Cathy Akers-Jordan, "Fairy Princess or Tragic Heroine? The Metamorphosis of Arwen Undomiel in Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings Films"
Victoria Gaydosik, " 'Crimes Against the Book'? The Transformation of Tolkien's Arwen from Page to Screen and the Abandonment of the Psyche Archetype"
Maureen Thum, "The 'Sub-Subcreation' of Galadriel, Arwen, and Ã‰owyn: Women of Power in Tolkien's and Jackson's The Lord of the Rings"
Fan Fiction: Susan Booker, "Tales Around the Internet Campfire: Fan Fiction in Tolkien's Universe"
Amy H. Sturgis, "Make Mine 'Movieverse': How the Tolkien Fan Fiction Community Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Peter Jackson"
The Lucky Number: Mark Shea, "The Lord of the Rings: A Source-Critical Analysis"
Sounds very interesting.