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This book deals with the subject of identity and identification within contemporary cultural studies and includes a selection of papers from the 14th International 'Culture & Power' Conference held in Ciudad Real, Spain, in 2010. The volume contributes to contemporary debates on identity-construction practices from various theoretical positions in different social, historic and national contexts. The initial section presents various theoretical discussions on how identity construction and identification phenomena are framed within current disciplinary debates about cultural studies and its…mehr

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Produktbeschreibung
This book deals with the subject of identity and identification within contemporary cultural studies and includes a selection of papers from the 14th International 'Culture & Power' Conference held in Ciudad Real, Spain, in 2010. The volume contributes to contemporary debates on identity-construction practices from various theoretical positions in different social, historic and national contexts. The initial section presents various theoretical discussions on how identity construction and identification phenomena are framed within current disciplinary debates about cultural studies and its future as an academic inter- and transdisciplinary field of enquiry. In the following sections, identity and identification processes are analysed from a variety of perspectives. In particular, the articles delve into the construction of marginalised identities and the exploration of identification processes that subvert dominant, established or accepted cultural identities. The authors explore the role of print media and videogames in constructing and representing identities; they examine the construction of masculinities and femininities in film, music and gay liberation movements; they analyse the interplay between globalisation and nationalism and its impact on cultural products in Asia or Africa; and provide examples of cultural history approaches to the articulation of several national identities. Considered together, the chapters engage with the most relevant concerns pervading identity theory and cultural studies today.

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Autorenporträt
Eduardo de Gregorio-Godeo holds a PhD in English Studies. He works as Senior Lecturer at the University of Castilla-La Mancha in Ciudad Real (Spain), where he teaches on cultural studies and various applied-linguistics-oriented courses. He has published extensively on the instrumentality of linguistics and discourse analysis for cultural studies. Ángel Mateos-Aparicio Martín-Albo obtained his PhD at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (Ciudad Real, Spain), where he currently teaches several courses on contemporary English and American literature and culture. His main research focuses on the interaction among mainstream literature and popular culture in postmodern culture.
Inhaltsangabe
Contents: Lawrence Grossberg: Cultural Studies in the Contemporary - Aljosa Puzar: Cultural Studies and/on Borders: Complexity and Transgression - Idalina Conde: Crossed Concepts: Identity, Habitus and Reflexivity - David Walton: Universities for Sale? Academic Excellence, the Free-market Economy, and the Future of Cultural Studies: Perfomative Politics, Discontent, Resistance and (De)identification - Candia Yates: Media and the Inner World: Mapping the Psycho-cultural - Adrienne Shaw: A Critical Approach to Marginalized Audiences and Representation - Merja de Mattos-Parreira: Hegemonies of Expatriate Identities in Portuguese English-language Press - Chantal Cornut-Gentille D'Arcy: A Critical Reflection on the Socially-constructed Nature of Gender Identity in The Full Monty and Calendar Girls - Sara Martín Alegre: Heterosexual Masculinity in Despair: Dan White in Rob Epstein's The Times of Harvey Milk and Gus Van Sant's Milk - Esther Zaplana: Tori Amos's "Pandora's Aquarium": Voice, Music, and Female Identity within the Space of l'écriture feminine - Mahdis Azarmandi: Transnational German-Turkish Cinema from a Cosmopolitan Perspective: Towards the Representation of Cosmopolitan Hybrid Identites - Elena Oliete-Aldea: Identifying Otherness in Transnational Film: Slumdog Millionaire - Felicity Hand: Forging Identity through Popular Culture: Seggae in Mauritius - Chris Weedon: Chris Weedon Autobiography as Cultural Politics in Multi-ethnic Britain - John Storey: The "Roots" and "Routes" of British Identity - Anindya Raychaudhuri: What Remains? Memory, Identity and Loss in the Work of Frances Torres and Alicia Framis - Himmet Umunc: The European Constructs of Turkish Identity in the Early and Modern Times - Brilliant Mhlanga: Towards a New Sociology of Ethnicity in Africa: Zimbabwe's Nationalism and the Paradox of Ethnicity.