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Harry Potter's world : multidisciplinary critical perspectives /

edited by Elizabeth E. Heilman.

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Names: Heilman, Elizabeth E.
Published: New York : RoutledgeFalmer, 2003.
Series: Garland reference library of social science. Pedagogy and popular culture.
Topics: Children's stories, English - History and criticism. | Fantasy fiction, English - History and criticism. | Potter, Harry (Fictitious character) | Wizards in literature. | Magic in literature. | Rowling, J. K. - Criticism and interpretation. | Rowling, J. K. - Characters - Harry Potter. | Rowling, J. K. - Criticism and interpretation. | Rowling, J. K. - Characters - Harry Potter.
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300 |aix, 308 p. ;|c24 cm.
490 1 |aPedagogy and popular culture
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|gIntroduction,|tFostering critical insight through multidisciplinary perspectives /|rElizabeth E. Heilman --|tPottermania : good, clean fun or cultural hegemony? /|rTammy Turner-Vorbeck --|tHarry Potter's world : magic, technoculture, and becoming human /|rPeter Appelbaum --|tControversial content in children's literature : is Harry Potter harmful to children? /|rDeborah J. Taub and Heather L. Servaty --|tWays of reading Harry Potter : multiple stories for multiple reader identities /|rKathleen F. Malu --|tReading Harry Potter with Navajo eyes /|rHollie Anderson --|tWriting Harry's world : children coauthoring Hogwarts /|rErnest Bond and Nancy Michelson.
505 00|tHarry Potter-- a return to the romantic hero /|rMaria Nikolajeva --|tGeneric fusion and the mosaic of Harry Potter /|rAnne Hiebert Alton --|tWizardly challenges to and affirmations of the initiation paradigm in Harry Potter /|rDeborah De Rosa --|tComedy, conflict, and community : home and family in Harry Potter /|rJohn Kornfeld and Laurie Prothro --|tSeeker of secrets : images of learning, knowing, and schooling /|rCharles Elster --|tBlue wizards and pink witches : representations of gender identity and power /|rElizabeth E. Heilman --|tImages of the privileged insider and outcast outsider /|rElizabeth E. Heilman and Anne E. Gregory --|tCivic leadership of Harry Potter : agency, ritual, and schooling /|rRebecca Skulnick and Jesse Goodman --|gAppendix,|tAuthenticity in Harry Potter-- the movie and the books /|rAlexander R. Wang.
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