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10- Mo'olelo as Social and Political Action: Responding to Jack Zipes (De-Disneyfying Disney) and Waziyatawin (From the Clay We Rise)

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Title:10- Mo'olelo as Social and Political Action: Responding to Jack Zipes (De-Disneyfying Disney) and Waziyatawin (From the Clay We Rise)
Authors:Ho'omanawanui, Ku'ualoha
Keywords:Hawaiian mo'olelo, settler colonialism, critique of Lilo and Stitch
LC Subject Headings:Tales,
Folk literature,
Fairy tales,
Motion pictures,
Decolonization

Date Issued:2010
Citation:Ho'omanawanui, Ku'ualoha. "Mo'olelo as Social and Political Action: Responding to Jack Zipes (De-Disneyfying Disney) and Waziyatawin (From the Clay We Rise)." Paper presented at "University of Hawaii Manoa International Symposium 'Folktales and Fairy Tales: Translation, Colonialism, and Cinema'," Honolulu, Sept 23-26, 2008. http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/16458
Pages/Duration:17 pages
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/16458
Appears in Collections: Folktales and Fairy Tales: Translation, Colonialism, and Cinema


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