The London Symposium is pleased to announce the availability of its latest ebook, 'The London Film & Media Reader 4: Visions of Identity - Global Film & Media'.
Offering an informative panorama of international research in the field, this wide-ranging volume brings together 43 compact and readable essays from emerging and established scholars in nearly two dozen countries around the world, based on Papers presented at FILM AND MEDIA 2014. It was published as an ebook in December 2016.
The Reader is made up of three Parts - 'National and Institutional Contexts', 'Critical Tropes', and 'Gendered Identities'. For full details and download, please visit us at www.thelondonfilmandmediaconference.com.
Download is free for those in need; wage-earners are encouraged to make a donation of £10.00 to help keep this non-commercial project alive. The volume is fully copyrighted and may not be distributed elsewhere.
1 / National and Institutional Contexts
- 'Authorial Identities'
- 'Cinema and National Identity'
- 'Continental and Regional Regimes'
- 'Trans-national Projections'
- 'Intercultural Adaptations'
- 'The Practice of Journalism'
2 / Critical Tropes
- 'Youth Culture'
- 'Cultural Anxiety'
- 'The Production of Identity’
3 / Gendered Identities
'Women at War'
'Technology and Femininity'
'The Gendered City'
'Stardom and Masculinity'
'Masculinity in Crisis'
ISBN 978-0-9573631-6-8 / 463pp / PDF / A5 / fully bookmarked for ease of reference.
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