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Symbole, mythe et religion dans "Parsifal" / Jean-François Candoni

Symbole, mythe et religion dans "Parsifal" / Jean-François Candoni, in "Parcifal : entre légende médiévale et symbolisme", journée d'étude organisée par l'Institut de Recherche Pluridisciplinaire en Arts, Lettres et Langues (IRPALL) de l'Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès dans le cadre d'un partenariat avec le Théâtre du Capitole, sous la responsabilité scientifique et la coordination de Michel Lehmann et Christine Calvet. Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès, Théâtre du Capitole, 14 janvier 2020. Depuis Tannhäuser et Tristan und Isolde, Parsifal complète la galerie des légendes médiévales que Wagner ...
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Samira Nadkarni (Independent Scholar), "Chhattisgarh as India’s Frontier: Reading Masurkar’s Newton (2017) as Postcolonial Western"

Amit V. Masurkar’s 2017 film, Newton is simultaneously a satire and reconfirmation of the myths of democratic nationhood, exploring a postcolonial narrative of internal colonisation in the creation of national hegemony and law-making. The plot follows a young government clerk, Newton Kumar (Rajkummar Rao), whose attempts to honestly run a voting booth in the jungles of Chhattisgarh is hindered by the Indian army’s morally-ambiguous protocols, the constant threat of attack by Naxals (the soldiers of India’s Maoist-revolution), as well as his own rigid preconceptions of the democratic process and its best ...
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Seung-Hwan Shin (University of Pittsburgh), "North by West: The Manchurian Western and Minoritarian Cinema"

Reflecting on the Western’s development after WWII, André Bazin noted, “Its roots continue to spread under the Hollywood humus and…robust suckers spring up in the midst of the seductive but sterile hybrids” (“The Evolution of the Western”). This comment may feel puzzling to those familiar with his qualms over postwar Westerns that relied on extrinsic elements such as moral struggle, stylization, and eroticism to justify their existence. However, it becomes a powerful metaphor for the Western’s global dissemination. Its persistent germinations in far-flung lands confirm that unlike its decrepit trunk ...
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