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by Joanna Rydzewska,Elzbieta H Oleksy

  • Author: Joanna Rydzewska,Elzbieta H Oleksy
  • ISBN: 0820465461
  • ISBN13: 978-0820465463
  • ePub: 1971 kb | FB2: 1118 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing (January 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 244
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Representing Gender in Cultures ePub download

Elzbieta H. Oleksy, Joanna Rydzewska.

Elzbieta H. This book investigates the concepts of gender and representation in an interdisciplinary and comparative perspective from the viewpoint of a variety of European and North American cultural and intellectual traditions. It contextualizes recent debates about the relationship between gender, spectatorship, and social and historical formations. The issue of gender and representation is problematized by the inclusion of discussion on men and masculinities - the area of study that today boasts a rich and growing body of work.

Representing Gender in Cultures book. El& Bieta H. Oleksy.

This book has sought to gender men in Europe by drawing on various sources of information and in relation to key themes and policy arenas. In this final chapter, we consider some broad issues concerning the position and impact of men in the context of changing configurations of Europe, including, but not only, in relation to the EU. There are many ways in which the more explicit gendering of men raises new sets of questions about the EU and the changing definitions of ‘Europe’.

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Studies Film Studies, European Cinema, and Eastern European Cinema. E. Golanska, Teaching Visual Culture in an Interdisciplinary Classroom. Feminist (Re)Interpretations of the Field, Utrecht: ATHENA3, pp. 33 – 53. Publication Date: 2009.

Gender and Identity : Contemporary Chicanas' Cultural Discourses. Representing Gender in Cultures", red. Elżbieta H. Oleksy, Joanna Rydzewska, Frankfurt 2004 :. The Representation of Professional Women in Hollywood Cinema of the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s. Cyberspace in Post-Modern and Post-Gender Context. Justine Lloyd Elżbieta H. A note on „Culture of the Global. ukasz Romanowski Krystyna Kujawińska-Courtney.

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Joanna Rydzewska is spending the 2002/03 academic year at the University of California, Berkeley, as a Fulbright scholar. Bohaterki filmów Michała Rosy: Farba i Cisza" at the international conference "Representing Gender in Cultures" organized by Women's Studies Centre, University of Łódź; September 19-22, 2002 Dorota Golańska, "Cyberspace, Carnival, and Playing with Gender" at the international conference "Representing Gender in Cultures" organized by Women's Studies Centre, University of Łódź; September 19-22, Elżbieta H. Oleksy, "American Feminism and Pedagogy.

This book investigates the concepts of gender and representation in an interdisciplinary and comparative perspective from the viewpoint of a variety of European and North American cultural and intellectual traditions. It contextualizes recent debates about the relationship between gender, spectatorship, and social and historical formations. The issue of gender and representation is problematized by the inclusion of discussion on men and masculinities - the area of study that today boasts a rich and growing body of work. The volume further offers a new approach to various topics, for instance, positive feminist readings of mainstream Hollywood productions. It analyzes visualizations of women as the embodiments of national collective narratives and deals with critiques of the representations of men in print media. It also provides discussion of ideologies of gender and representation in the countries of the - New Europe. The book is an important source for undergraduates and researchers who want to learn more about the ideologies of gender and representation across cultures."