• Final Girls Feminism And Popular Culture

Final Girls Feminism And Popular Culture

Final Girls Feminism And Popular Culture

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  • Author
    Katarzyna Paszkiewicz
  • Publisher
    Springer Nature
  • Publication date
    05 May 2020

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Final Girls Feminism And Popular Culture

  • Author

    Katarzyna Paszkiewicz

  • Date Published

    05 May 2020

  • Publisher

    Springer Nature

  • Pages

    281 pages

  • ISBN

    9783030315238

Book Description

This volume examines contemporary reformulations of the ‘Final Girl’ in film, TV, literature and comic, expanding the discussion of the trope beyond the slasher subgenre. Focusing specifically on popular texts that emerged in the 21st century, the volume asks: What is the sociocultural context that facilitated the remarkable proliferation of the Final Girls? What kinds of stories are told in these narratives and can they help us make sense of feminism? What are the roles of literature and media in the reconsiderations of Carol J. Clover’s term of thirty years ago and how does this term continue to inform our understanding of popular culture? The contributors to this collection take up these concerns from diverse perspectives and with different answers, notably spanning theories of genre, posthumanism, gender, sexuality and race, as well as audience reception and spectatorship.


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