Disneyjeve priredbe literarnih besedil na presečišču družbenospolnega in neorasističnega diskurza

Lilijana Burcar

Povzetek

Prispevek na podlagi spoja feministične literarne teorije in postkolonialne literarne vede analizira Disneyjeve priredbe kanoniziranih literarnih del, kot so Mala morska deklicaPokahonta in Aladin. Zanje je značilno, da stare kolonialne diskurze preoblačijo v posodobljene neokolonialne izpeljanke, v katere vgrajujejo koncept multikulturne pluralnosti in navidezno profeministični govor o emancipaciji žensk. Disneyjeve priredbe sodelujejo pri vpisovanju spolnih in rasističnih konstrukcij drugega in pri tem spolno stereotipni in problematični diskurz izvornih literarnih predlog utrjujejo in hkrati nadgrajujejo z neorasializiranimi besedilnimi vložki, to pa vodi v nadaljnjo transmutacijo izvirnih literarnih predlog.

Ključne besede

feministična literarna veda; študije spolov; otroška književnost; Disney; priredbe literarnih del; ideologija; neokolonializem; neorasizem

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