With global capitalism and transnational cultural exchanges, images are consumed across national, geopolitical, geological, and linguistic borders with unprecedented ease. This free flow of visual cultures demands transnational interpretation focusing on the complex power dynamic between the original and its adaptation.
This seminar invites papers that examine national visuality, transnational film adaptations, glocalization in the production and conceptualization of Chinese-language films and arts, and the cultural reimagining at work in the contemporary Chinese cinema. Presentations that draw on other regional cinemas and literatures, illuminating a broader investigation of transnationalism and (inter)national visuality, are also welcome.
West Lafayette, Indiana 47906
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