Unthinking Eurocentrism : Multiculturalism and the Media

@inproceedings{Shohat1994UnthinkingE,
  title={Unthinking Eurocentrism : Multiculturalism and the Media},
  author={Ella Shohat and Robert Stam},
  year={1994}
}
Unthinking Eurocentrism explores issues of Eurocentrism and multiculturalism in relation to popular culture, film and the mass media. The book 'multiculturalizes' media studies by looking at Hollywood movie genres such as the western, the musical and the imperial film from multicultural perspectives, examining issues from the racial politics of casting to colonialist discourse and gender and Empire. More than just a critique of Eurocentrism and racism, Unthinking Eurocentrism also confirms… 
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