Popular postcolonial masculinities: gangsters and soldiers in Maghrebi-French cinema

@article{Hastie2020PopularPM,
  title={Popular postcolonial masculinities: gangsters and soldiers in Maghrebi-French cinema},
  author={Alexander H. Hastie},
  journal={Gender, Place & Culture},
  year={2020},
  volume={27},
  pages={153 - 174}
}
Abstract This article explores the relationship between popular Hollywood and postcolonial masculinities, through the Maghrebi-French films Days of Glory (2006) and Outside the Law (2010). I focus on how the films foreground the place of Maghrebi-French men in France and French history, at the expense of women, by mimicking more popular and universally familiar versions of masculinity: namely, the gangster and the soldier. What does it mean when Fanon’s ‘new Algerian man’ meets Saving Private… Expand

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