Crossing the Boundaries: Cultural Studies in the UK and US

Laurence Raw

Preface

Pete Remington

Of Boundaries, Borders and Crossings: A Critical Introduction

 

 

Part 1:

Literary into Cultural Studies

Himmet Umunç

Matthew Arnold's "Dover Beach": A Cultural Polysemy

Günseli Sönmez İşçi

Shakespeare Transformed

Piotr Kuhiwczak

British Studies and High Culture

 

 

Part 2:

Popular Cultures

 Süheyla Kırca

Feminism, Femininity and Popular Culture: Reading Beauty Advertisements in Women’s Magazines

Can Abanazır

The Voices of the Streets: Rap and Punk

Gülriz Büken

The McDonaldisation of Britain

Şebnem Toplu

Reconstructing the Fractured Self: Sarah Woodhouse’s Meeting Lily

 

 

Part 3:

Postcolonial Cultures

Oya Batum Menteşe

An Analysis of ‘otherness’ in Jean Rhy’sWide Sargasso Sea and Lawrence Durrell’s Bitter Lemons of Cyprus

Gönül Pultar

The Empire Writes Back Bilingually: Taner Baybars's "Gülten"

Dean Franco

Ethnic Writing: Writing Ethnicity

Z. Rüçhan Kayalar

The Socio-cultural Conflicts of the Colonial Individual: V. S. Naipaul and His Protagonists

 

 

Part 4:

Culture and Gender

Burçin Erol

The Impact of the Two World Wars on the Roles and Rights of Women in Britain and the United States

Gülsen Canlı

Prescribed Representation of Women and Feminist Dynamics in the Theatre

Ünal Norman

An Abortive Attempt: Tess

Sevda Çalışkan

The Fallen Woman: Hester Prynne

Edited by:

Laurence Raw
Gülriz Büken
Günseli Sönmez İşçi
With an introduction by Pete Remington