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Disney Villains are Relatable
Welcome to Episode 2 of The Wonderful World of Disney Villains podcast! Today I'm talking about why I believe Disney villains are relatable and, as you can tell by the length of the episode, I have a lot to say.
Below is a list of all the sources I refer to throughout the episode.
Book, articles, and essay sources:
Handsome Heroes and Vile Villains: Masculinity in Disney’s Feature Films book by Amy Davis
“Children’s Culture and Disney’s Animated Films” chapter from the book The Mouse That Roared by Henry Giroux and Grace Pollock.
“‘This is No Ordinary Apple’: Learning to Fail Spectacularly from the Queer Pedagogy of Disney’s Diva Villains” essay by Mark Helmsing in the book Disney, Culture and Curriculum, edited by Jennifer Sandlin and Julie Garlen.
“Chapter Fifteen: Learning to Live as a Disney Villain” by Jessica Kirker in the book Teaching with Disney, edited by Julie Garlen and Jennifer Sandlin.
Videos, audios, and movie sources:
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