New approaches to teaching folk and fairy tales / edited by Christa C. Jones, Claudia Schwabe.Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: Logan : Utah State University Press, 2016Description: 1 online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781607324812; 1607324814Subject(s): Tales -- Film adaptations -- Study and teaching | Fairy tales in motion pictures -- Study and teaching | Tales -- Study and teaching | Fairy tales -- Study and teachingAdditional physical formats: Print version:: New approaches to teaching folk and fairy tales.DDC classification: 398.207 LOC classification: GR45 | .N49 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Fairy tales, myth, and fantasy / Cristina Phillips and Maria Tatar -- Teaching fairy tales in folklore classes / Lisa Gabbert -- At the bottom of a well : teaching the otherworld as a folktale environment / Juliette Wood -- The fairy-tale forest as memory site : romantic imagination, cultural construction, and a hybrid approach to teaching the Grimms' fairy tales and the environment / Doris Mcgonagill -- Grimms' fairy tales in a political context : teaching East German fairy-tale films / Claudia Schwabe -- Teaching Charles Perrault's histoires, ou, contes du temps passe in the literary and historical context of the Sun King's reign / Christa C. Jones -- Lessons from Shahrazad : teaching about cultural dialogism / Anissa Talahite-Moodley -- The significance of translation / Christine A. Jones -- Giambattista Basile's The Tale of Tales in the hands of the Brothers Grimm / Armando Maggi -- Teaching Hans Christian Andersen's tales : a linguistic approach / Cyrille François -- Teaching symbolism in "Little Red Riding Hood" / Francisco Gentil Vaz da Silva -- Binary outlaws : queering the classical tale in François Ozon's Criminal lovers and Catherine Breillat's The sleeping beauty / Anne E. Duggan -- Teaching "Gender in fairy tale films and cinematic folklore" online negotiating between needs and wants / Pauline Greenhill and Jennifer Orme -- Intertextuality, creativity, and sexuality : group exercises in the fairy-tale/gender studies classroom / Jeana Jorgensen.
"Invaluable hands-on materials and pedagogical tools from an international group of scholars who share their experience in folk and fairy-tale texts and films in a wide range of academic settings. Groundbreaking scholarly perspectives on how to teach fairy tales in a variety of courses and disciplines "--Provided by publisher.
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Author notes provided by SyndeticsChrista C. Jones is associate professor of French and associate department head in the Department of Languages, Philosophy, and Communication Studies at Utah State University, where she teaches a variety of French culture, language, and literature classes, as well as Business French. Her research has appeared in CELAAN Review , Contemporary French and Francophone Studies , Dalhousie French Studies , Expressions maghrébines , Francofonia , French Review , Jeunesse , Nouvelles Etudes Francophones , Women's Studies Quarterly , and elsewhere. She is the author of Cave Culture in Maghrebi Literature: Imagining Self and Nation (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2012) and the coeditor of Women from the Maghreb , a special issue of Dalhousie French Studies (volume 103, Fall 2014).
Claudia Schwabe is assistant professor of German at Utah State University and teaches courses in German language, literature, and culture, including fairy tales. She has published on varied subjects, such as East German fairy-tale films, magic realism, European literary fairy tales of the Romantic period, German Orientalism, televisual adaptations of classical tales, and fairy-tale pedagogy. Her work has appeared in Channeling Wonder , Marvels & Tales , Journal of Folklore Research , The German Quarterly , Cultural Analysis , Poetica Magazine , and elsewhere. She is currently working on her monograph Craving Supernatural Creatures: German Fairy-Tale Figures in American Pop Culture , which is under contract with Wayne State University Press's Series in Fairy-Tale Studies.