Studies in Disney and Culture
The Disney Studies series is a home for critical research related to Disney and its relationship with culture and global society. This series welcomes a mixture of monographs and edited collections exploring the large network of Disney offerings, from animation and film to theme parks, from corporate leadership studies to urban planning. The goal of this series is to turn an interdisciplinary lens onto Disney across all theoretical approaches to track the evolution of imagination and magic that, to paraphrase Walt Disney, “all started with a mouse.” This series also welcomes explorations of the intersections between Disney and acquired franchises, such as Star Wars, Marvel, Fox, etc.


Editor(s): Priscilla Hobbs-Penn, Southern New Hampshire University (p.hobbs-penn@snhu.edu)
Staff editorial contact: Judith Lakamper (jlakamper@rowman.com)
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