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Alien Zone: Cultural Theory and Contemporary
Alien Zone: Cultural Theory and Contemporary

Alien Zone: Cultural Theory and Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema. Annette Kuhn

Alien Zone: Cultural Theory and Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema


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Alien Zone: Cultural Theory and Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema Annette Kuhn
Publisher: Verso



Kuhn, Anette (ed) (1999) Alien Zone II: The Spaces of Science Fiction Cinema. Topics such as immigration, threat of communism, government, and war were issues . Klinger, Barbara (1997) 'Film History terminable and interminable: recovering the past in reception studies', Screen 38: 2. Using Smith as an example, we can also contrast his personal representation of Black identity to theories of the dominant White masculine hero, immortalised by SF poster-boy, Charlton Heston, who Smith has literally . €Technophobia,” Alien Zone Cultural Theory and Contemporary American Science Fiction Cinema. 41-9), ou ainda Michael Stern (“Making Culture into Nature”, em Annette Kuhn, ed., Alien Zone: Cultural Theory and Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema, London: Verso, 1990, pp. The representation of the alien “other”, in American science fiction film, often comments on a contemporary societal issue, and it is the historical contexts of the time that determine the issues covered. Kuhn (ed.), Alien Zone: Cultural Theory and Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema. The Science Fiction of the Spectacle, ” in Kuhn, ed., Alien Zone. The highest grossing blockbuster of 1996, alien invasion epic Independence Day contains many key debates on race and representation in contemporary Hollywood. Cultural Theory and Contemporary Science Fiction Cinema (London: Verso, 1990), pp. 'Postmodernism and consumer society'. Secondly, even if we accept that all of these complaints are identical, it is possible that a creative sub-culture such as written science fiction could be subject to certain cyclical forces and that each of these sets of complaints identified . Foster (ed.), Postmodern Culture.