Bonner Online-Bibliographie zur Comicforschung
Rifa-Valls, Montserrat: "Postwar Princesses, Young Apprentices, and a Little Fish-Girl. Reading Subjectivities in Hayao Miyazaki’s Tales of Fantasy." In: Visual Arts Research 37.2 (2011), S. 88–100.
Added by: joachim (15 Jul 2012 07:38:36 UTC) Last edited by: joachim (15 Jul 2012 09:30:25 UTC)
|Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: RifaValls2011a
Email resource to friend
View all bibliographic details
Keywords: Animation, Didaktik und Pädagogik, Gender, Japan, Miyazaki. Hayao, Randformen des Comics
Collection: Visual Arts Research
Views index: 5%
Popularity index: 1.25%
In this article, I explore the representation of girl power in Hayao Miyazaki’s shôjo anime through feminist media studies. Located in feminist post-structuralism and media/cultural studies (Valerie Walkerdine, Mieke Bal, Elisabeth Ellsworth), I focus on the interpretation of the following films: Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984), Princess Mononoke (1997), Spirited Away (2001), and Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea (2008). I have organized the narrative analysis of these animated films from a gender perspective by the articulation of four key problematizations: the construction of subjectivity through Miyazaki’s heroines; “preposterous history” used to produce otherness and difference; the creative relationship between fantasy and liminality in the critique of contemporary society; and transformation, corporeity, and transitivity invovlved in visuality, spectatorship, and education.
Added by: joachim Last edited by: joachim