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Profound analysis of French comics through a postcolonial lens
Postcolonialism and migration are major themes in contemporary French comics and have roots in the Algerian War (1954-62), antiracist struggle, and mass migration to France. This volume studies comics from the end of the formal dismantling of French colonial empire in 1962 up to the present. French cartoonists of ethnic-minority and immigrant heritage are a major focus, including Zeina Abirached (Lebanon), Yvan Alagbé (Benin), Baru (Italy), Enki Bilal (former Yugoslavia), Farid Boudjellal (Algeria and Armenia), José Jover (Spain), Larbi Mechkour (Algeria), and Roland Monpierre (Guadeloupe). The author analyzes comics representing a gamut of perspectives on immigration and postcolonial ethnic minorities, ranging from staunch defense to violent rejection. Individual chapters are dedicated to specific artists, artistic collectives, comics, or themes, including avant-gardism, undocumented migrants in comics, and racism in far-right comics.
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  • Auteur(s) : Mark McKinney
  • Uitgeverij: Leuven University Press
  • ISBN : 9789461663719
  • Taal : Engels
  • Uitvoering : eBook
  • Aantal pagina's : 401
  • Verschijningsdatum : January 2021
  • Gewicht : 1
  • Afmetingen : 1 x 1 x 1 mm.
  • Serie : Studies in European Comics and Graphic Novels