• Sense8

Sense8

Sense8

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  • Author
    Deborah Shaw
  • Publisher
    Bloomsbury Publishing Usa
  • Publication date
    20 May 2021

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Sense8

  • Author

    Deborah Shaw

  • Date Published

    20 May 2021

  • Publisher

    Bloomsbury Publishing Usa

  • Pages

    256 pages

  • ISBN

    9781501352911

Book Description

This collection explores the many ways in which the Netflix series Sense8 transcends television. As its characters transcend physical and psychological borders of gender and geography, so the series itself transcends those between television, new media platforms and new screen technologies, while dissolving those between its producers, stars, audiences and fans. Sense8 united, inspired and energized a global community of fans that realized its own power by means of online interaction and a successful campaign to secure a series finale. The series' playful but poignant exploration of globalization, empathy, transnationalism, queer and trans aesthetics, gender fluidity, imagined communities and communities of sentiment also inspired the interdisciplinary range of contributors to this volume.

In this collection, leading academics illuminate Sense8 as a progressive and challenging series that points to vital, multifarious, contemporary social, political, aesthetic and philosophical concerns. Sense8: Transcending Television is much more than an academic examination of a series; it is an account and analysis of the way that we all receive, communicate and consider ourselves as participants in global communities that are social, political and cultural, and now both physical and virtual too.

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