In Landscapes of Postmodernity, a group of young scholars link key concepts of postmodern thought to our present everyday experience in which we change our identity on a regular basis. While many of the essays look at less conventional modes of aesthetic representation - computer games, graphic novels, telenovelas, queer and animated films - others analyze more canonical works following less conventional approaches.
|Publisher||LIT Verlag GmbH&Co.KG|
|Number of pages||288|
|Publication status||Published - 2010|