My Story About Scholar Olivia Landry’s New Book On The “Colonial Ear”
In the academic discipline of postcolonialism, the concept of the “colonial gaze” attempts to explain the relationship between the European colonial powers of the 19th and early 20th century and the people of the countries they colonized. Specifically, it refers to how the colonized were represented in visual media such as photography and film.
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