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While we may never be able to fully explain fairy tales, The Irresistible Fairy Tale provides a powerful theory of how and why they evolved--and why we still use them to make meaning of our lives. Feysidhe by Laura Kramarsky is dedicated to the legend of King Arthur and has links to Medieval as well as Arthurian resources. This essay will examine the evolution of the original Grimm Brothers’ fairytale, the messages both main characters represent, and how the adaptation to fit a modern child readership diminishes a classic fairytale.... [tags: Literary Analysis ] Fairy Tales Paper: A Retelling of Little Red Riding Hood - As we look back on the history of fairy tales, we find that they are stories passed down to generations through the oral tradition that generally include a moral or pervading theme that is meant to aid the listener.

Pages: 352

Publisher: Simon Pulse (February 2, 2016)

ISBN: 1481432044

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Sanatombi and Professor Mani Meitei) 2011 University-wide Popular Lecture on American culture and folklore, Central University of Jharkhand (invited by Professor Rabindranath Sarma) 2011 Introductory lecture on indigenous cultures of North America, Center for Indigenous Culture Studies, Central University of Jharkhand (invited by Professor Rabindranath Sarma) 2016 Guest lecture on fairy tales as coming-of-age narratives; FYS 101-21: The Coming of Age Story at Butler University (invited by Farhad Anwarzai, lecturer) 2016 Guest lecture on body art and material culture; COM232L Visual Literacy at the University of Tampa (invited by Amanda Firestone, Assistant Professor of Communication) 2016 Guest lecture on gender and sexuality in fairy tales; GWSS100 Perspectives in Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies at Butler University (invited by Ageeth Sluis, Associate Professor of Latin American History) 2015 Guest lecture on gender and sexuality in American folklore; FOLK201 American Folklore at University of Pennsylvania (invited by Adam Zolkover, Lecturer) 2015 Guest lecture on the body in folklore and culture; SO343 Popular Culture at Butler University (invited by Antonio Menendez-Alarcon, Professor of Sociology) 2014 Guest lecture on folk narrative and fairy tales; F101 Introduction to Folklore course at Indiana University-Purdue University of Indianapolis (invited by Philip Linder, Instructor) 2013 Guest lecture on the folk groups and identities of belly dance in America; F101 Introduction to Folklore course at Indiana University-Purdue University of Indianapolis (invited by Lydia Bringerud, Instructor) 2012 Guest lecture on identity and meanings within belly dance in America; Folk 101 Introduction to Folklore course at the University of Pennsylvania (invited by Linda Lee, instructor) 2012 Guest lecture on gender and the body; Seminar in Cultural Theory I (interdisciplinary Master’s level course for the Institute of Cultural Research and the Arts) at the University of Tartu (invited by Leena Kurvet-Käosaar, Associate Professor of Literary Theory) 2011 Guest lecture on gender and folklore; International Folkloristics graduate seminar at the University of Tartu (invited by Ülo Valk, Professor of Estonian and Comparative Folklore and Jonathan Roper, Senior Researcher) 2009 Guest lecture on the history and styles of belly dance in America; American folklore course at the University of Pennsylvania (invited by Linda Lee, instructor) 2009 Panelist at the Conference Workshop, as part of the Folklore and Ethnomusicology Students Association Professional Development Workshop Series (invited by Gabrielle Berlinger, of the Professional Development Committee) 2008 Guest lecture on tribal belly dance dress and adornment as community and identity; H401 “Cultural Aspects of Dress” in Apparel Merchandising and Design at Indiana University (invited by Carrie Hertz, Instructor) 2008 Guest lecture on belly dance and American identity and folklore; F131 “Folklore of Indiana” at Indiana University (invited by Sarah Lash, Instructor) 2005 Guest lecture on fairy tales; F101 “Introduction to Folklore”, Indiana University (invited to speak by Chantal Clarke, Assistant Instructor, Folklore) 2003 “Cricket’s Tale: Commercializing Folktales for Children;” Celtic R1A class, University of California, Berkeley (invited to speak by Jacqueline Fulmer, Lecturer, Celtic Studies) 2012-16 Content writer for educational website Shmoop.com; primary contributor to literature study guides on Alanna, Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales, The City of Ember, Ella Enchanted, and Grimms’ fairy tales among others. 2010-14 Writer on gender, sexuality, and culture for the Kinsey-Institute affiliated blog MySexProfessor.com (under Debby Herbenick, PhD, MPH) 2000-01 Researcher, writer, and editor of art history educational materials for Acalon, Inc. 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