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WOMAN AND THE BURDEN OF POSTCOLONIALITY : THE COURTESAN FILM GENRE
SUMITA S. CHAKRAVARTY
Written in English
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WOMAN AND THE BURDEN OF POSTCOLONIALITY: THE COURTESAN FILM GENRE by SUMITA S. CHAKRAVARTY, unknown edition, in English. General Overviews/Foundational Texts.
Postcolonial theory focuses on the critique of empire and its aftermath. As such, it draws from different disciplinary fields such as literature, media, anthropology, politics, philosophy, gender, and sociology, among other more recent approaches such as science and technology studies as in Harding and ecocriticism as discussed in Nixon What.
Book. Necessary reading for all, especially those looking to understand intersectionality to a greater extent. Although the style of writing is a bit difficult to get used to (quotes and I/i etc are frequent), perseverance leads to experiencing a really wonderful and interesting book/5.
Sumitra Chakravarti, “Women and the Burden of Postcoloniality: The Courtesan Film Genre” National Identity in Indian Popular Cinema, “Hidden Pleasures: Negotiation the Myth of the Female Ideal in Popular Hindi Cinema” by Asha Kaskekar in Pleasure and the Nation: The History, Politics, and Consumption of Popular Culture in India.
Three Women's Texts and Circumfession GAY ATM CHAKRAVORTY SPIVAK Postcolonialism manages the crisis of postcoloniality. The distinction between autobiography and testimony pays uneasy tribute to this, but itself gets swept up in the discipline of crisis management. Testimony is the genre of the subaltern giving witness to oppression, to.
WEEK 6: Septem 28, The Courtesan Film. Screening: Umrao Jaan (Muzaffar Ali,m) Required Readings: Sumita Chakravarty, selection from Chapter 8, “Woman and the Burden of Postcoloniality: The Courtesan Film Genre,” in National Identity in Indian Popular Cinema (Austin: U of Texas P, ): [coursepack].
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This I had to see. And as I sat down to read, I expected to be shocked, looked forward to it, even. The South Atlantic Quarterly () Globalization and postcoloniality are perhaps two of the most important terms in social and cultural theory today. Lifestyle as Resistance: The Case of the Courtesans of Lucknow.
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This book offers the first detailed account of the popular film as it has grown and changed during the tumultuous decades of Indian nationhood. The study focuses on the cinema’s characteristic forms, its range of meanings and pleasures, and, above all, its ideological construction of Indian national identity.
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