Imaginaries Out of Place: Cinema, Transnationalism and Turkey
“As new geographies of mobility and hybridity make the concept of national identity highly problematic, new questions emerge that challenge and destabilize our conventional ways of thinking. Where do migrants ‘belong’? Are they members of a distant nation, or natives of the places in which they live? What kind of changes does the sense of ‘Turkishness’ undergo, and what does it mean to various Turkish communities living in various parts of the world? Most important of all, can emergent migrant and transnational cinema prevent nationalism’s abuse of locality and intimacy? In Imaginaries Out of Place: Cinema, Transnationalism and Turkey, the editors put together a series of bold and innovative essays that engage the question of transnational cinema in the context of Turkish national identity. This collection is essential reading for those who are interested in transnational and Turkish cinemas as well as those who research issues of migrant cultures, hybrid identities and new forms of belonging.”
– Mahmut Mutman, Professor of Cultural Studies, İstanbul Şehir University
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HABITATS OF MEANING
FROM TWO WORLDS TO A THIRD SPACE
THE LIMITATION OF URBAN SPACE IN THOMAS ARSLANS BERLIN TRILOGY
THE BLACK HUMOR WORLD OF MIGRANTS CAUGHT BETWEEN TWO CULTURES
AT HOME IN THE NEW GERMANY?
WEDDING SCENES AS METAPHORS FOR HOMELAND
CENTRE AND PERIPHERY
FROM TURKISH GREENGROCER TO DRAG QUEEN
WOMEN IN TURKISHGERMAN CINEMA
Diğer baskılar - Tümünü görüntüle
Accented Cinema Ahmed Akin’s Antwerp Aprilkinder audience Baran Bayram becomes Berlin in Berlin Berlin Trilogy Bhabha black humor Brothers Can’s Çetin characters Chernor contemporary context Cumartesi Dealer depicted Derrida diasporic diasporic subjects Dilber directors Erol Erol’s ethnic exile experience father Fatih Akin Fatih AkÕn Fikrimin ønce Gülü film screenings film’s filmmakers foreign Fremde Gastarbeiter gender German Cinema German society Geschwister Göktürk guest workers habitats hamam Hamburg homeland hospitality hybridity identity images immigrant Istanbul Kleine Freiheit Kreuzberg Kurdish Leyla metaphor migrant cinema multicultural Naficy narrative national cinema Okan’s Otobüs political prison protagonists representation sexual Short Sharp Shock shot Sinan Çetin social stereotypes story streets Tevfik Baúer third space Thomas Arslan traditional transnational cinema trilogy Tunç Okan Turkey Turkish cinema Turkish diaspora Turkish films Turkish origin Turkish women Turkish-German Turkish-German cinema Turks Turna urban space viewers wedding scene woman Yaren Yasemin young Yüksel Yavuz Zeki