Madhukari

Madhukari

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    Negotiating the Politics of Otherness in Disney's Luca

    Analyse Disney’s new animated movie Luca from a cultural andracial angle.By showing everyone to have a place in society, it deconstruct the self-Other binary paving the way for a greater acceptance of all races and cultures.

    • Well, the movie reminded me of the academy award-winning film The Shape of Water, which addresses the self-other binary. Sea-monster can be considered to be a metaphor for the racial or the cultural Other (the immigrants) who are denied a place in the white supremacist society. This is just a suggestion. There are innumerable other ways in which the racial/cultural angle can be applied to an academic analysis of this movie. – Madhukari 2 months ago
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    • This is a very interesting topic. – Sean Gadus 2 months ago
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    Madhukari

    Want to watch this movie.

    Your Name: Finding Love Across Possible Worlds?
    Madhukari

    Loved the analysis. Steinbeck heartbreaking novel manifests the cruel reality of oppression that the marginalized subalterns have to face in any and every society.

    Of Mice and Men: How does Steinbeck Portray Oppression?
    Madhukari

    I’m interested in settler colonialism in Australia and New Zealand. This settler narrative gives us an insight into the struggles of the settler community thus unsettling the colonizer and the colonized binary.

    The Drover's Wife: Gothic Fiction in an Australian Context