Dolls studies : the many meanings of girls' toys and play / edited by Miriam Forman-Brunell and Jennifer Dawn Whitney.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • New York : Peter Lang, [2015]
  • ©2015
Description
xviii, 287 pages ; 24 cm.

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • Children's books, dolls, and the performance of race; or, the possibility of children's literature / Robin Bernstein
  • Dolling up history: fictions of Jewish American girlhood / Lisa Marcus
  • Dolls and play: material culture and memories of girlhood in Germany, 1933-1945 / Alexandra Lloyd
  • The "dollification" of Riot Grrrls: self-fashioning alternative identities / Meghan Chandler and Diana Anselmo-Sequeira
  • "It's Barbie, bitch": re-reading the doll through Nicki Minaj and Harajuku Barbie / Jennifer Dawn Whitney
  • Technologies of gender and girlhood: doll discourses in Ireland, 1801-1909 / Vanessa Rutherford
  • Rescripting, modifying, and mediating artifacts: Bratz dolls and diasporic Iranian girls in Australia / Naghmeh Nouri Esfahani and Victoria Carrington
  • Barbie sex videos: making sense of children's media-making / Elizabeth Chin
  • Adelaide Huret and the nineteenth-century French fashion doll: constructing dolls/constructing the modern / Juliette Peers
  • The doll-machine: dolls, modernism, experience / Catherine Driscoll
  • Girls' day for Umé: western perceptions of the Hina Matsuri, 1874-1937 / Judy Shoaf
  • The secret sex lives of Native American Barbies, from the mysteries of motherhood, to the magic of colonialism / Erich Fox Tree
  • Canadian "Maplelea" girl dolls: the commodification of difference / Amanda Murphyao and Anne Trepanier.
ISBN
  • 9781433120701 (hardcover : alk. paper)
  • 1433120704 (hardcover : alk. paper)
  • 9781433120695 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • 1433120690 (pbk. : alk. paper)
LCCN
2014012236
OCLC
880929530
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