At its heart, Moonlight is an intensely personal movie that documents the struggle of a person to come to terms with their identity. However, the personal cannot be detached from the political.
While art is transformative, it by no means provides absolute salvation. “Zootopia” is not the solution to these problems, but it could be the start of a dialogue about cultural awareness.
Taking a class on postcolonial literature this quarter made me aware of the insularity my education had bred.
In the 1960’s, women had no legal identity of their own, or no legal rights to their husband’s earnings. Modern feminism, in contrast, tries to encourage men to embrace the movement instead of existing on the fringes of it.
THE REIGNING (AND REINED) ANTI-HEROINE: An analysis of the treatment of female anti-heroines in popular culture
The anti-heroine is a product of change: this article analyses the outcomes of the change, and its implications.