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Narrating American Gender and Ethnic Identities

  • Erscheinungsdatum: 16.07.2013
  • Verlag: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Narrating American Gender and Ethnic Identities

Narrating American Gender and Ethnic Identities investigates two major issues within contemporary American Studies: cultural representations of various minorities (ethnic, religious, sexual) and of women in intersectional contexts of race, class, and sexuality. The first part of the volume, ",Gender and Sexuality in Film and Literature",, analyzes different film genres and literary accounts in reference to those aspects of gender and sexuality that are related to identity. Various cultural texts are discussed from perspectives deriving from feminist, gender, and LGBT studies, intersectionality theories, as well as film studies. The second part, ",American Experiences of Ethnic Diversity",, dwells upon ethnic and racial problems of American multicultural society and complex interrelationships between the dominant and the marginalized (the center and the periphery). It also focuses on the issue of one's ",(un)fitting", into the dominant culture, mainstream politics, and canon.The book is mostly addressed to scholars and students of American Studies but will also be noteworthy to anybody interested in the United States, literature, and the media. Selected chapters of this volume can be used as a point of departure for discussions - both scholarly and student - on contemporary challenges to the idea of multiculturalism, the complex role of various intersections (e.g., race/ethnicity, gender, age, sexuality, religion, class, dis/ability, etc.) in shaping minority subjectivities, as well as feminist responses to and reading of dominant women's literary and filmic representations.

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    Format: PDF
    Kopierschutz: AdobeDRM
    Erscheinungsdatum: 16.07.2013
    Sprache: Englisch
    ISBN: 9781443850209
    Verlag: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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