Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media. Issue 13: Screening Race

Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media. Issue 13: Screening Race

 

Racial minorities have long been excluded, marginalised and misrepresented on the big and the small screen. Often, the representation of ethnic minorities is lacking authenticity and is still characterised by decades-old stereotypes. Our increasingly diverse global society is still not reflected in the shows and films we see on TV or in the cinema. However, the representation of race has changed over the last decade. The shifting global political and societal milieu. Edited by Loretta Goff and Caroline V. Schroeter, University College Cork.

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