Bronze Screen Chicana and Chicano Film Culture
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Description: Explores Chicana and Chicano popular culture through contemporary representations in both Hollywood commercial and independent cinema.Rosa Linda FregosoOCOs" The Bronze Screen" opens the way for international debate on the new critical field of Chicano/a cinema. Fregoso provides an incisive articulation of the ways in which narrative codes in film can telescope complex versions of Mexican and American culture and history. The often violent impact of OCyfirstOCO (U.S.) and OCythirdOCO (Mexico) world cultures and geographies is channeled through the very term Chicano/a as well as its cinematic representation. FregosoOCOs masterful critique brings out with great clarity the irony, paradox, and contradictions of such historical collisions. --Norma Alarcn, University of California, Berkeley"
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Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: University of Minnesota Press
Publication date: 10/1/1993
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
|List of Photographs|
|Introduction: The Bronze Screen: Looking at Us Looking|
|Actos of "Imaginative Re-discovery"|
|Intertextuality and Cultural Identity in Zoot Suit (1981) and La Bamba (1987)|
|Humor as Subversive De-construction: Born in East L.A. (1987)|
|From Il(l)egal to Legal Subject: Border Construction and Re-construction|
|Nepantla in Gendered Subjectivity|
|Conclusion: Eastside Story Re-visited|