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Yonfan's Bugis Street (?)

ISBN: 9789888208753 (?) or 9888208756, in english, New

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Bugis Street was famous (or notorious) for being a haunt of transgender prostitution in the early decades of postcolonial Singapore. Since then the site has been a...
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9789888208753 - Kenneth Chan: Yonfan's Bugis Street
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Yonfan's Bugis Street (2016) (?)

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Bugis Street was famous (or notorious) for being a haunt of transgender prostitution in the early decades of postcolonial Singapore. Since then the site has been a source of touristic obsession and local cultural anxiety. In his 1995 film Bugis Street, director Yonfan brings the short lane back to vivid cinematic life. By focusing on the film's representations of queer sexualities and transgender experience, this book contends that the under-appreciated Bugis Street is a significant instance of ... Bugis Street was famous (or notorious) for being a haunt of transgender prostitution in the early decades of postcolonial Singapore. Since then the site has been a source of touristic obsession and local cultural anxiety. In his 1995 film Bugis Street, director Yonfan brings the short lane back to vivid cinematic life. By focusing on the film's representations of queer sexualities and transgender experience, this book contends that the under-appreciated Bugis Street is a significant instance of queer transnational cinema. The film's playful yet nuanced articulations of queer embodiment, spatiality, and temporality provide an unexpected intervention in the public discourses on LGBT politics, activism, and cultures in Singapore today. This book's arrival at a much more complicated and contradictory picture of the discursive Bugis Street, through the examination of Yonfan's film and a range of other cultural and literary texts, adds a new critical dimension to the ongoing historical, geographical, sociological, ethnographic, and artistic analyses of this controversial space.Taal: Engels;Afmetingen: 10x190x140 mm;Gewicht: 454,00 gram;Geschikt voor: 22 jaar en ouder;Verschijningsdatum: april 2016;Druk: 1;ISBN10: 9888208756;ISBN13: 9789888208753; Engelstalig | paperback | 2016
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ISBN (alternative notations): 988-8208-75-6, 978-988-8208-75-3
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Yonfan's Bugis Street (2016) (?)

ISBN: 9789888208753 (?) or 9888208756, in english, 173 pages, Hong Kong Univ Pr, Used

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Yonfan's Bugis Street (2016) (?)

ISBN: 9789888208753 (?) or 9888208756, in english, 173 pages, Hong Kong Univ Pr, New

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9789888208753 - Kenneth Chan: Yonfan's Bugis Street (New Hong Kong Cinema) (The New Hong Kong Cinema)
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Yonfan's Bugis Street (New Hong Kong Cinema) (The New Hong Kong Cinema) (2016) (?)

ISBN: 9789888208753 (?) or 9888208756, in english, 188 pages, Hong Kong University Press, Paperback, New

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Bugis Street was famous (or notorious) for being a haunt of transgender prostitution in the early decades of postcolonial Singapore. Since then the site has been a source of touristic obsession and local cultural anxiety. In his 1995 film Bugis Street, director Yonfan brings the short lane back to vivid cinematic life. By focusing on the film's representations of queer sexualities and transgender experience, this book contends that the under-appreciated Bugis Street is a significant instance of queer transnational cinema. The film's playful yet nuanced articulations of queer embodiment, spatiality, and temporality provide an unexpected intervention in the public discourses on LGBT politics, activism, and cultures in Singapore today. This book's arrival at a much more complicated and contradictory picture of the discursive Bugis Street, through the examination of Yonfan's film and a range of other cultural and literary texts, adds a new critical dimension to the ongoing historical, geographical, sociological, ethnographic, and artistic analyses of this controversial space. paperback, 標籤: Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong University Press, 產品組: Book, 出版: 2016-04-08, 發佈日期: 2016-04-08, 工作室: Hong Kong University Press
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