Representing Native Americans in Jim Jarmusch's "Dead man"

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    Representing Native Americans in Jim Jarmusch's "Dead man"

    Essay from the year 2020 in the subject Film Science, grade: 14/20, Sultan Moulay Sliman University, language: English, abstract: This paper tends to shed light on one of the fundamental concepts in media studies, which is representation. While talking about minorities such as Natives Americans, representation becomes a process of stereotyping. The white American culture has always misrepresented Native Americans by associating them with derogatory descriptions. However, movies such as Dead Man came to recognize the differences among races throughout the history of America since Christophe Columbus discovered it. This paper also highlights other significant terms in postmodern and postcolonial thought such as rewriting history and intertextuality. As it provides a semiotic reading of Dead Man using the theories of Roland Barthes and other significant figures in this field.
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    GRIN Verlag
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    9783346212559
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