Childhood and Nation in World Cinema
This international reserach network, funded by the Leverhulme Trust and led by Dr Sarah Wright at Royal Holloway, addresses issues that tie in with my research on far-flung families. Childhood and Nation in World Cinema: Borders and Encounters since 1980 presents an interdisciplinary, international, and multi-modal interrogation of the appropriations of childhood in the cinematic imaginaries of diverse national projects. Tropes of belonging, exclusion and inter-cultural encounter in world cinema are identified at national and transnational levels.
Edited on 06 Mar 2015 around 9am