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Rethinking Disney
Private Control, Public Dimensions
Mike Budd, ed.; Max H. Kirsch, ed.

Wesleyan University Press



Contents

• Preface
• Introduction: Private Disney, Public Disney – Mike Budd
• PART ONE: ALTERNATIVE HISTORIES
• Dis-Gnosis: Disney and the Re-Tooling of Knowledge, Art, Culture, Life Etcetera – Dick Hebdige
• Disney’s Bestiary – Susan Willis
• PART TWO: CAPITALISM, COMMODIFICATION, GLOBALIZATION
• Monarchs, Monsters and Multiculturalism: Disney’s Menu for Global Hierarchy – Lee Artz
• The Lion King, Mimesis, and Disney’s Magical Capitalism – Maurya Wickstrom
• PART THREE: HIERARCHIES: RACE, CLASS, GENDER, SEXUALITY
• Curiouser and Curiouser: Gay Days at the Disney Theme Parks – Sean Griffin
• Anglophilia and the Discreet Charm of the English Voice in Disney’s Pocahontas Films – Radha Jhappan and Daiva Stasiulis
• PART FOUR: REPRESENTATION, SIMULATION, APPROPRIATION
• Everybody Wants a Piece of Pooh: Winnie, from Adaptation to Market Saturation – Aaron Taylor
• Truer than Life: Disney’s Animal Kingdom – Scott Hermanson
• PART FIVE: URBAN PLANNING AND THEMED ENVIRONMENTS
• Saying No to Disney: Disney’s Demise in Four American Cities – Stacy Warren
• Synergy City: How Times Square and Celebration are Integrated into Disney’s Marketing Cycle – Frank Roost
• Disneyfication, the Stadium, and the Politics of Ambiance – Greg Siegel
• Contributors
• Index

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