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As her narrative unfolds, however, her signifying on heroic black speech, and her increasing interaction with paternalistic Whites seem to cast her as swinging between such stereotyped roles as the mammy , the trickster , or the benevolent ancestor for symbolic sons within the story Ned and Jimmy , who slowly convert her to black political action. Or does it point to mine, as a womanist reader?
- What Meets the Eye: An Overview of Feminist Film Theory
- Issues in feminist film criticism
- And the Mirror Cracked
Issues in Feminist Film Criticism brings together a wide variety of writings and methodologies by U.
Brings together a variety of writings and methodologies by US and British feminist film scholars. Table of contents. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item You may have already requested this item.
What Meets the Eye: An Overview of Feminist Film Theory
Issues in feminist film criticism
And the Mirror Cracked pp Cite as. Cinema is a cultural practice where myths about women and femininity, and men and masculinity, in short, myths about sexual difference are produced, reproduced, and represented. The stakes of feminist film theory are therefore high. In the early years of feminist film theory Laura Mulvey wrote that women would be better off discarding patriarchal cinema altogether. From the very beginning, therefore, feminist film theory contains an inbuilt tension between politics and pleasure. This tension has been very productive considering the tremendous development that feminist film practice and feminist film theory have undergone in the past twenty years.
And the Mirror Cracked
Refworks Account Login. Open Collections. UBC Theses and Dissertations. Featured Collection. As the Other lurches in from the sidelines to threaten and frighten before being neutralized through assimilation or death, dominant ideology is upheld and confirmed by being set against the abnormality and monstrosity of difference.
This phrase refers to a prohibitive condition whereby the potent supernatural power each character possesses, which is inextricable from their respective sexualities, cannot be expressed outside or beyond the remit of the interests of the male characters it serves. Cordelia and Vanessa both possess the power within them to save or destroy their respective diegetic worlds, but are compelled by a narratological ideology that has persisted for the past decade to ensure they only reify that power in ways that serve, protect, advance, enlighten, and comfort the white male leads that surround them. For Kristeva, the Chora is a dynamic embodied space within an individual in which discrete quantities of energy move, mix, and play. My theoretical approach to Cordelia and Vanessa also gestures to the work of Barbara Creed. In The Monstrous-Feminine: Film, Feminism, Psychoanalysis , Creed inverts the typical relationship between horror and women that frames the latter as victims of a monster or monsters. Instead, Creed proposes a renewed analysis of this relationship where women are regarded as the monsters. This article also seeks to offer a few theoretical connections between the respective portrayals of Cordelia and Vanessa, and some of the specific elements identified by Lisa McLaughlin and Cynthia Carter.
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