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Selected Filmography References Index. In Great Britain, the 'Thatcher decade' marked a watershed in British society, bringing about important changes in the political, economic, social and cultural reality of the country. Integrating a methodical textual analysis within a comprehensive cultural approach, Elena Oliete-Aldea offers a vibrant study of the hybridity, fluidity and contingency of identity construction in Britain and explores how contested power relations constantly intertwine discourses of gender, class and ethnicity.

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Hybrid Heritage on Screen examines how the so-called 'Raj Revival' cinematic productions of the s disclose the contradictions, fractures and inconsistencies of the Thatcher era. Due to its dynamic interdisciplinary approach, the book is an invaluable study for film and cultural studies scholars and students, as well as filmgoers interested in cinema as a social, historical and cultural product.

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View More. Framing Film Festivals Series. Screening Spaces Series. Elena Oliete. This is a fine piece of scholarship that efficiently crosses boundaries from film and cultural studies to social and cultural history.

She cogently argues that these highly popular films and TV series promoted a 'lost' British identity while simultaneously acting as a commodification of the nation's cultural heritage. Oliete-Aldea's valuable study will be of great interest to scholars and students of postcolonial studies. Integrating a methodical textual analysis within a comprehensive cultural approach, Elena Oliete-Aldea offers a vibrant study of the hybridity, pp mm x mm fluidity and contingency of identity construction in Britain and explores how contested power relations constantly intertwine discourses of gender, class and ethnicity.

Due to its dynamic interdisciplinary approach, the book is an invaluable study for film and cultural studies scholars and students, as well as filmgoers interested in cinema as a social, Elena Oliete-Aldea is Lecturer at the historical and cultural product. Department of English of the University of Zaragoza, Spain.

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The Porosity of Identity Boundaries representations of cultural identities 2. Britain in the s: The Thatcher Decade and international relationships in the 3. British Cinema and the Raj Revival context of globalisation in 4.