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Lahoucine Ouzgane
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Start by marking Men in African Film & Fiction as Want to Read . Through their analysis of the depictions in film and literature of masculinities in colonial, independent and post-independent Africa, the contributors open some key African texts to a more obviously politicized set of meanings.

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Lahoucine Ouzgane is Associate Professor of English & Film Studies, University of Alberta, Canada.

Through their analysis of the depictions in film and literature of masculinities in colonial, independent and post-independent Africa, the contributors open some key African texts to a more obviously politicized set of meanings. Lahoucine Ouzgane is Associate Professor of English & Film Studies, University of Alberta, Canada.

Lahoucine Ouzgane, ed. Men in African Film & Fiction. January 2013 · Bulletin of the Center for Children s Books. Suffolk: James Curreyand Rochester: Boydell & Brewer, 2011. 180 p. hardback, ISBN:9781847015211.

Lahoucine Ouzgane is Associate Professor of English & Film Studies . Introduction Part I MAN & NATION IN AFRICA - Lahoucine Ouzgane The anxious phallus: the iconography of impotence in Quartier Mozart & Clando - Jane Bryce The homoerotics of nationalism: white male-on-male rape & the 'Coloured' subject in Mark Behr's The Smell of Apples - Lindsey Michael Banco 'Wild men' & emergent masculinities in post-colonial Kenyan popular fiction - Tom Odhiambo The anonymity of manhood: unmasking shadow.

Book Description: Through their analysis of the depictions in film and .

Book Description: Through their analysis of the depictions in film and literature of masculinities in colonial, independent and post-independent Africa, the contributors open some key African texts to a more obviously politicized set of meanings. eISBN: 978-1-84615-932-9. The topic of men and masculinities in Africa is only a few years old (measured in published material) but is part of a much bigger and internationally significant focus on men which has gathered tremendous pace in the last few years. Suffolk: James Currey and Rochester: Boydell & Brewer, 2011. hardback, ISBN: 9781847015211.

by African Journals Online (AJOL). in English in Africa. English in Africa, Volume 38; doi:10.

Lahoucine Ouzgane, BA, Rabat, MA, Keele, MA, Bangor, PhD, Alberta. English and Film Studies. 4-25 Humanities Centre.

Ouzgane, Lahoucine (2011). Men in Africa Film & Fiction. Celluloid Ceiling Women Film Directors Breaking Through. p. 192. ISBN 9781847015211. 50. ISBN 978-56632-90-6. Piotrowska, Agnieszka (2016).

Through their analysis of the depictions in film and literature of masculinities in colonial, independent and post-independent Africa, the contributors open some key African texts to a more obviously politicized set of meanings. Collectively, the essays provide space for rethinking current theory on gender and masculinity: - how only some of the most popular theories in masculinity studies in the West hold true in African contexts; - how Western masculinities react with indigenous masculinities on the continent; - how masculinity and femininity in Africa seem to reside more on a continuum of cultural practices than on absolutely opposite planes; - and how generation often functions as a more potent metaphor than gender. Lahoucine Ouzgane is Associate Professor of English & Film Studies, University of Alberta, Canada.