Monthly Archives: January 2016

Weight-Watching Fairy Tales

A new year means a new weight-loss goal, right? Many of us make resolutions to lose weight or get in shape because we know we’ll feel better when our bodies are functioning properly. We make plans to transform our bodies … Continue reading

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Fairy Tale and Place: Between Portland and Storybrooke, PT 1

When it comes to fairy tales on television, the big heavy hitters are, of course, NBC’s Grimm and ABC’s Once Upon a Time (OUAT). Both of these fairy tale shows are live-action and share a protagonist that is introduced to the hidden, fairy tale world. … Continue reading

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Back to Basics in the 1980s

In 1984 Jack Zipes published “Folklore Research and Western Marxism: A Critical Replay” in which he summarized the research of several folk lore scholars and ran it through a Marxists lens. In that article he concluded that fairy tales in … Continue reading

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Un-Birthday Tea Party at BYU!

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Channeling Wonder and FTTV Project in the News

Check out the BYU Homepage this week at byu.edu to see the spot on the Fairy Tales and TV project co-founder, Jill Terry Rudy! http://news.byu.edu/archive16-jan-channelingwonder.aspx

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