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Women and Western Films in the Cold War

  • Mark E. Wildermuth
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Abstract

Describes how pro-feminist Westerns of the Cold War react to reactivation of gendered hierarchies by the security state by insisting women have the right to agency in private and domestic realms.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Literature and LanguagesUniversity of Texas of the Permian BasinOdessaUSA

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