The Routledge Companion to Media and Fairy-Tale Cultures
24%
off

The Routledge Companion to Media and Fairy-Tale Cultures

Edited by  , Edited by  , Edited by  , Edited by 

Free delivery worldwide

Available. Dispatched from the UK in 2 business days
When will my order arrive?

Description

From Cinderella to comic con to colonialism and more, this companion provides readers with a comprehensive and current guide to the fantastic, uncanny, and wonderful worlds of the fairy tale across media and cultures. It offers a clear, detailed, and expansive overview of contemporary themes and issues throughout the intersections of the fields of fairy-tale studies, media studies, and cultural studies, addressing, among others, issues of reception, audience cultures, ideology, remediation, and adaptation. Examples and case studies are drawn from a wide range of pertinent disciplines and settings, providing thorough, accessible treatment of central topics and specific media from around the globe.
show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 664 pages
  • 171 x 248 x 38.1mm | 1,333.56g
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 26 Halftones, black and white
  • 113894615X
  • 9781138946156

Table of contents

Basic Concepts


Overview of Basic Concepts: Folklore, Fairy Tale, Culture, and Media


Jill Terry Rudy


Definition and History of Fairy Tales


Carl Lindahl


Constructing Fairy-Tale Media Forms: Texts, Textures, Contexts


Vanessa Nunes and Pauline Greenhill





Analytical Approaches


Formalism


Jill Terry Rudy


Psychology


Veronica Schanoes


Marxism


Andrew Teverson


Performance


Patricia Sawin and Milbre Burch


Feminism


Allison Craven


Postmodernism


Cristina Bacchilega


Colonialism, Postcolonialism, and Decolonization


Cristina Bacchilega and Sadhana Naithani





Issues


Political and Identity Issues


Activism (Folktales and Social Justice: When Marvelous Tales from the Oral Tradition Help Rethink and Stir the Present from the Margins)


Vivian Labrie


Disability


Ann Schmiesing


Gender


Anne Duggan


Indigeneity (E Ho'okikoho'e ia Pe'ape'amakawalu [Digitizing the Eight-Eyed Bat]: Indigenous Wonder Tales, Culture, and Media)


ku'ualoha ho'omanawanui


Orientalism (Excavation and Representation: Two Orientalist Modes in Fairy Tales)


Jenny Heijun Wills





Thematic Issues


Adaptation and the Fairy-Tale Web


Cristina Bacchilega


Advertising


Olivia Weigeldt


Convergence Culture (Media Convergence, Convergence Culture, and Communicative Capitalism)


Ida Yoshinaga


Crime/Justice


Sue Short


Disney Corporation


Lynda Haas and Shaina Trapedo


Hybridity


Francisco Vaz da Silva


Intellectual Property


John Laudun


Pornography


Catherine Tosenberger


Storyworlds/Narratology


Katharine Young





Intersectional Issues


Animal Studies


Pauline Greenhill and Leah Claire Allen


Children's and Young Adult (YA) Literature


Anna Kerchy


Fandom/Fan Cultures


Anne Kustritz


Fat Studies ("Where Everything Round is Good:" Exploring and Reimagining Fatness in Fairy-Tale Media)


Lauren Bosc


Language


B. Grantham Aldred


Oral Tradition


Martin Lovelace


Pedagogy


Claudia Schwabe


Sexualities/Queer and Trans Studies


Pauline Greenhill


Translation (Written Forms)


Karen Seago





Communicative Media


Print


William Gray


Pictorial ("Such Strange Transformations:" Burne-Jones's Cinderella and Domestic Technologies)


Molly Clark Hillard


Material Culture (Fairy Tale Things: Studying Fairy Tales from a Material Culture Perspective)


Meredith A. Bak


Theater


Jennifer Schacker


Photographic


Mayako Murai


Cinematic


Pauline Greenhill


Broadcast (Radio and Television)


Jill Terry Rudy


Digital ("Blood and Glitter:" Fairy Tales as Text, Texture, and Context in Digital Media)


Lynne S. McNeill





Expressive Genres and Venues


Anime and Manga ("You Love Your Father, Don't You?": The Influence of Tale Type 510B on Japanese Manga/Anime)


Bill Ellis


Anthologies and Tale Collections


Jessie Riddle


Autobiography


Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochere


Blogs and Websites (Narrativizing the Daily "Once Upon a Time:" Re-Envisioning the Fairy-Tale Present with Fairy-Tale Blogs)


Lindsay Brown


Chapbooks


Maria Kaliambou


Children's Museums


Naomi Hamer


Children's Picture Books and Illustrations


Balaka Basu


Children's Television


Jodi McDavid and Ian Brodie


Cinema Science Fiction


John Rieder


Classical Music


Pauline Greenhill and Danishka Esterhazy


Comics and Graphic Novels (Fairy-Tale Graphic Narrative)


Emma Whatman


Comic Cons (Fairy-Tale Culture and Comic Conventions: Perpetuating Storytelling Traditions)


Emma Nelson


Contemporary Art


Amanda Slack-Smith


Criticism


Vanessa Joosen


Fan Fiction


Anne Kustritz


Fantasy


Ming-Hsun Lin


Food (Sugar-Coated Fairy Tales and the Contemporary Cultures of Consumption)


Natalia Andrievskikh


Horror


Sue Short


Mobile Apps


Cynthia Nugent


Music Videos and Pop Music


Rebecca Hutton and Emma Whatman


Musicals


Jill Terry Rudy


Novels


Christy Williams


Opera


Pauline Greenhill


Poetry (Fairy-Tale Poems: The Winding Path to Illo Tempore)


Michael Joseph


Reality Television


Vanessa Nunes


Romance (The Transmedial Romance of "Beauty and the Beast")


Tomasz Z. Majkowski and Agata Zarzycka


Storytelling (Fairy Tales in Contemporary American and European Storytelling Performance)


Joseph Sobol and Csenge Virag Zalka


Traditional Song


Pauline Greenhill and Jill Terry Rudy


Television Drama (Fairy Tales and American TV Drama)


Mikel Koven


Video Games


Emma Whatman and Victoria Tedeschi


YouTube and Internet Video


Brittany Warman
show more

About Naomi Hamer

Pauline Greenhill is Professor of Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Winnipeg, Canada.


Jill Terry Rudy is Associate Professor of English, Brigham Young University, USA.





Naomi Hamer is Assistant Professor in English at Ryerson University, Canada.





Lauren Bosc is a Research Coordinator and Managing Editor for Jeunesse at the University of Winnipeg, Canada.
show more