Elyce Rae Helford
The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture
September 25, 2018 Comments.. 744
The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture Contributions by Marleen S Barr Shiloh Carroll Sarah Gray Elyce Rae Helford Michael R Howard II Ewan Kirkland Nicola Mann Megan McDonough Alex Naylor Rhonda Nicol Joan Ormrod J Richard Stev

  • Title: The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture
  • Author: Elyce Rae Helford
  • ISBN: 9781496818515
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • Contributions by Marleen S Barr, Shiloh Carroll, Sarah Gray, Elyce Rae Helford, Michael R Howard II, Ewan Kirkland, Nicola Mann, Megan McDonough, Alex Naylor, Rhonda Nicol, Joan Ormrod, J Richard Stevens, Tosha Taylor, Katherine A Wagner, and Rhonda V WilcoxAlthough the last three decades have offered a growing body of scholarship on images of fantastic women in popuContributions by Marleen S Barr, Shiloh Carroll, Sarah Gray, Elyce Rae Helford, Michael R Howard II, Ewan Kirkland, Nicola Mann, Megan McDonough, Alex Naylor, Rhonda Nicol, Joan Ormrod, J Richard Stevens, Tosha Taylor, Katherine A Wagner, and Rhonda V WilcoxAlthough the last three decades have offered a growing body of scholarship on images of fantastic women in popular culture, these studies either tend to focus on one particular variety of fantastic female the action or sci fi heroine , or on her role in a specific genre villain, hero, temptress This edited collection strives to define the Woman Fantastic fully The Woman Fantastic may appear in speculative or realist settings, but her presence is always recognizable Through futuristic contexts, fantasy worlds, alternate histories, or the display of superpowers, these insuperable women challenge the laws of physics, chemistry, and or biology.In chapters devoted to certain television programs, adult and young adult literature, and comics, contributors discuss feminist negotiation of today s economic and social realities Senior scholars and rising academic stars offer compelling analyses of fantastic women from Wonder Woman and She Hulk to Talia Al Ghul and Martha Washington from Carrie Vaughn s Kitty Norville series to Cinda Williams Chima s The Seven Realms series and from Battlestar Gallactica s female Starbuck to Game of Thrones s Sansa and even Elaine Barrish Hammond of USA s Political Animals This volume furnishes an important contribution to ongoing discussions of gender and feminism in popular culture.

    • Free Read [Suspense Book] ↠ The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture - by Elyce Rae Helford ✓
      144 Elyce Rae Helford
    • thumbnail Title: Free Read [Suspense Book] ↠ The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture - by Elyce Rae Helford ✓
      Posted by:Elyce Rae Helford
      Published :2018-09-25T12:07:36+00:00

    1 Blog on “The Woman Fantastic in Contemporary American Media Culture

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *