Mapping cultural identities and intersections : imagological readings /

This volume investigates identity discourses and self-constructions/de-constructions in various texts through imagological readings of films, narratives, and art works, examining different layers of cultural identities, on the one hand, and measuring the literary reception of ethnic identity constit...

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Other Authors: Botezat, Onorina (Editor), Kirca, Mustafa (Editor)
Format: Book
Published: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019.
Table of Contents:
  • Mapping cultural intersections / Mustafa Kirca and Onorina Botezat
  • Entanglement of the domestic and the global: A view of globalization from below in Desai's The inheritance of loss / Elif Oztabak-Avci
  • Ananda Devi's Indian tango: A double helix of the writer's responsibility and the postcolonial world / Adelheid Rundholz
  • Cultural intersections in Stoker's Dracula: Transylvanian and Ottoman identities as the vampiric "other(s)" / Ertuğrul Koc̦
  • Romanian and British cultural intersections: Nineteenth century women writers and translators / Ramona Mihăilă
  • Tracing a narrative of the self: Intersection of gender, religion and migration in Abolulela's Minaret / Sule Okuroglu Ozun
  • Romania through British eyes: From Roumanian journey by Sir Sacheverell Sitwell to Never mind the Balkans: Here is Romania by Mike Ormsby / Onorina Botezat
  • The literary identity of the physician in American prose / Yuliia Lysanets
  • Self-shaping and the lay of the land: Constructing identity in Peter Ackroyd's The Plato papers / Fabian Ivanovici
  • Disillusionment and the socialist dream: The revolution of the self in Arnold Wesker's Chicken soup with barley / Laura Monica Toma
  • Mapping the exotic other: Orientalisms and the odalisque in Romanian painting / Estella Ciobanu
  • Othering New York City in Bollywood films / Paulina Wenessa Stężycka
  • New nodes of intersection / Hywel Dix.