Publications


 



“Let It Go!": Child Fans, Song, and the Frozen Franchise.

In Fan Phenomena: Disney, edited by Sabrina Mittermeier, Intellect (forthcoming in 2023).

 

 



Children’s Musical Cultures: Industries and Audiences.

With Tyler Bickford in The Routledge International Handbook of Children, Adolescents, and Media (May 2022).

 

 





Screen Adaptations of The Wizard of Oz and Metafilmicity in Children's Film.

In The Oxford Handbook of Children’s Film, edited by Noel Brown (April 2022).


 



Soaring into Song: Youth and Yearning in Animated Musicals of the Disney Renaissance.

In American Music (2021) 39 (2): 182-185.

 

 





Disney.

In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies, edited by Daniel Thomas Cook (2020).

 

 



Beginning with Do Re Mi: Childhood and The Sound of Music


In Children, Childhood and Musical Theater, edited by James Leve and Donelle Ruwe. Routledge (2020).

 

 



“My Corner of the Sky": Adolescence and Coming of Age in the Musicals of Stephen Schwartz.


In The Routledge Companion to the Contemporary Musical, edited by Jessica Sternfeld and Elizabeth Wollman. Routledge (2019).

 

 



"Ease on Down the Road": Black Routes and the Soul of The Wiz.


In Adapting The Wizard of Oz: Musical Versions from Baum to MGM and Beyond, edited by Danielle Birkett and Dominic McHugh. Oxford University Press (2018). 

 

 



"Love Is an Open Door": Repeating and Revising Disney’s Musical Tropes in Frozen.

In Contemporary Musical Film, edited by Beth Carroll and KevinDonnelly. University of Edinburgh Press (2017)


 



You Can’t Stop the Tweet: Convergence Culture and Networks of Participation in the Live Television Musical.

In iBroadway: Musical Theatre in the Digital Age, edited by Jessica Hillman. Palgrave (2017).


 



Repetition, Resistance, and the Child as Performing Object in Disney’s It’s a Small World.

In Reimagining the Child: Proceedings of the 2016 Rutgers-Camden Graduate Student Conference in Childhood Studies, edited by Julian Burton and Katie Fredricks (2017).


 



Book Review, Childhood and Nineteenth-Century American Theatre: The Work of the Marsh Troupe of Juvenile Actors by Shauna Vey


In The Lion and the Unicorn 40, no. 1 (2016): 124-127.

 

 


 

Oz and the Musical: The American Art Form and the Reinvention of the American Fairy Tale. 


In Studies in Musical Theatre 9, no. 1 (2015): 53-69.

 

 

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