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De-centring cultural studies : past, present and future of popular culture

Author: José Igor Prieto Arranz; Patricia Bastida Rodríguez; Caterina Calafat-Ripoll; Marta Fernández Morales; Cristina Suárez Gómez
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.
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"The academic resistance that cultural studies has encountered remains especially visible in Eastern and Southern European countries. One such example is Spain, where cultural studies is seen at best as an emergent research field. Hence the interest of this volume, conceived in Spain by an all-Spanish editorial team and written by a diverse range of authors who prove that, in spite of all difficulties, cultural  Read more...
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De-centring cultural studies
(OCoLC)828620831
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: José Igor Prieto Arranz; Patricia Bastida Rodríguez; Caterina Calafat-Ripoll; Marta Fernández Morales; Cristina Suárez Gómez
ISBN: 9781443867078 1443867071
OCLC Number: 891081998
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 361 pages)
Contents: Introduction De-centrign Cultural Studies. Past, Present and Future of Popular Culture / José Igor Prieto-Arranz, Patricia Bastida-Rodríguez, Caternina Calafat-ripoll, Marta Fernández-Morales and Cristina Suárez-Gómez --
Part 1. Theoretical Approaches to Popular Culture: Borderlands Between Canonical and Popular Culture. Chapter One. Intrusiveness or Interdisciplinarity? The Justification of Critical Categories on the Ethnoliterary Frontier / Mercè Picornell-Belenguer --
Chapter Two. A New Kind of Popular Lyric Poetry? Collectivisation Processes in Recent Catalan Writing / Margalida Pons. Part II. Popular Culture: From the Past to the Present Chapter Three. From the Middle Ages to the Future: The Arthurian Legend and its Transcultural Value / Carlos Sanz-Mingo --
Chapter Four. A Tell-Tale Thriller: An Intertextual and Structural Insight into Poe's Pop / Marta Miquel-Baldelou --
Chapter Five. Back to the Orient: Juan Valera's "El pájaro verde" / Montserrat Amores --
Chapter Six. Popular and Experimental Anarchist Cinema: Anarcho-Syndicalist Film during the Spanish Civle War (1936-1939) / Antonio Prado. Part III. Gender and Genres: New Perspectives in Popular Culture. Chapter Seven. Hollywood's Memoirs of a Geisha and the Re-presentation of Culturally-Biased Stereotypes / Iria María Bello-Viruega --
Chapter Eight. Imagining Difference in Maggie Gee's My Cleaner and My Driver / Corneeltje Van Bleijswijk --
Chapter Nine. Between Tradition and Innovation: Approaching Feminism in the Construction and Characterisation fo P.D. James's and Amadna Cross's Female Detectives / María del Mar Ramón-Torrijos --
Chapter Ten. Theoretical Foundations for a Multimodal Analysis of Print-Media-Based Advertising in Critical Perspective / Eduardo de Gregorio-Godeo. Part IV. Popular Culture and Age Subcultures. Chapter Eleven. Firm and Hard: Popular Culture, Gendered Stardom and the Troubling Embodiment of "Successful Ageing" / Josephine Dolan --
Chapter Twelve. The Twilight Saga: Gender, Consumerism and Cultural Franchises / Meritxell Esquirol-Salon --
Chapter Thirteen. Youth Culture in Spain: Two Teen TV Fictions / Paul Julian Smith. Part V. Popular Culture and National/Cultural Identities. Chapter Fourteen. The (Re)Construction of Transylvania in Vampire Films / Mihai Iacob --
Chapter Fifteen. From Folk to Children's Literature: An Ideological Analysis of the Grimms' Contribution to the Fairy Tale Genre / Gloria Bosch-Roig --
Chapter Sixteen. The Changing Narrative Spaces of Slovak Television / Slávka Tomas̆c̆íková --
Chapter Seventeen. From Elite Culture to Culture for the "New" People: The Reconstruction of Romanian Identity through the Cultural Press (1948-1964) / Andrada Fătu-Tutoveanu.
Responsibility: edited by José Igor Prieto-Arranz, Patricia Bastida-Rodríguez, Caterina Calafat-Ripoll, Marta Fernández-Morales and Cristina Suárez-Gómez.

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