Black & Tran: A comedy that laughs in the face of racism?
Grehan, H. (2003) Black & Tran: A comedy that laughs in the face of racism? Australasian Drama Studies (42). pp. 112-122.
This article seeks to ask why the comedy Black & Tran, which was framed and marketed as a comedy that would raise issues about racism and representation, failed to intervene in the very debates that it proposed to address. These debates concerning issues of culture, belonging and identity are crucial both within the Australian context and more broadly at a time of such serious global instability...
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|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Social Sciences and Humanities|
|Publisher:||La Trobe University. Theatre and Drama Program|
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