Constructing the New Wave: Gender Constructions in New Wave and New Hollywood Cinema, 1959-1970
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I became interested in gender history last year, during my junior spring quarter. I chose this topic in particular, an analysis of the gender constructions in French and American New Wave Cinema, for a few reasons, the foremost being that I wanted to analyze cultural staples in a way that they had not truly been done yet. Historiographically, I have found very few studies pertaining to American film and gender roles in the 1960s and even less of French film. Thus, I decided to set out to explore this topic. Being an enthusiast of cinema in general, I have found this topic to be not only enjoyable, but an entertaining experience.
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