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Description: Kaplan employs Hollywood films about colonial or exotic travel, and those by women filmmakers of colour, to argue that 'male' and 'imperialist' gazes are intertwined in complex ways across cultures.
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Copyright year: 1997
Publication date: 3/6/1997
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Backgrounds: Theories of Nation, Psychoanalysis and the Imperial Gaze|
|Travel, Travelling Identities and the Look|
|Theories of Nation and Hollywood in the Contexts of Gender and Race|
|Hollywood, Science and Cinema: The Imperial and the Male Gaze in Classic Film|
|Darkness Within: Or, The Dark Continent of Film Noir|
|Travelling Postcolonialists and Women of Color|
|Travelling White Theorists: The Case of China|
|"Can One Know the Other?": The Ambivalence of Postcolonialism in Chocolat, Warrior Marks and Mississippi Masala|
|"Speaking Nearby": Trinh T. Minh-ha's Reassemblage and Shoot for the Contents|
|"Healing Imperialized Eyes": Independent Women Filmmakers and the Look|
|Body Politics: Menopause, Mastectomy and Cosmetic Surgery Films by Rainer, Tom and Onwurah|
|Afterword: Reversing the Gaze, Yes: But Is Racial Inter-Subjective Looking Possible?|