Scattered Subalternities: Trasnationalism, Globalization and Power

Maria Francesca Piredda (Editor), Maria Francesca Piredda (Editor), Ilaria A. De Pascalis (Editor), Judith Keilbach (Editor)

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Abstract

Who is the Subaltern in the current global frame? Has neoliberalism changed the experience of subalternity? How do subalterns write history and what kind of history is written about subalternity? Cinéma & Cie’s special issue addresses these and other questions through various theoretical approaches. The essays argue for the importance of a multidisciplinary perspective and address issues of media representation from a variety of perspectives, such as visual culture, history, philosophy, and postcolonialism. They focus on contemporary subalternity, especially on the migrant – characterized by diaspora and condemned to invisibility by hegemonic power – and the postcolonial subaltern – who has now the possibility to express her/himself in unexpected ways, in particular by using new media. The scattering and pervasiveness of media devices and gazes is discussed in depth in these essays, which delve into the dialectic between subaltern cultures and agency embodied in the subjects of representation.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCarocci Editore
Number of pages127
Volumevol. XVII, n. 28, Spring
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords

  • Migration Studies
  • Postcolonial Studies
  • Postocolonial Studies
  • Subaltern Studies
  • Subatern Studies

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