Editor: Rayna Denison
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic (New York)
Denison, Rayna. Introducing Studio Ghibli’s Monster Princess: From Mononokehime to Princess Mononoke (pp. 1-22)
Part 1: Intellectualizing Miyazaki: Politics, Religion and the Environment in Princess Mononoke
- Yoshioka, Shiro. Princess Mononoke: A game changer (pp. 25-40).
- Niskanen, Eija. Deer gods, nativism and history: Mythical and archaological layers in Princess Mononome (pp. 41-56).
- Daniels-Lerberg, Tracey, & Lerberg, Matthew. To ‘see with eyes unclouded by hate’: Princess Mononoke and the quest for environmental balance (pp. 57-73).
Part 2: Princess Mononoke‘s Female Characters: Animation Influences, Feminism and Cultural Liminality
- Alekseyeva, Julia. Spirit Princess and Snow Queen: The Soviet roots of Princess Mononoke (pp. 77-96).
- McCarthy, Helen. Teenage wildlife: Princess Mononoke and Hayao Miyazaki’s theory of the feminine (pp. 97-113).
- Vernon, Alice. Beyond girlhood in Ghibli: Mapping heroine development against the adult woman anti-hero in Princess Mononoke (pp. 115-129).
Part 3: A Transnational Princess: The Adaptation, Promotion and Reception of Princess Mononoke
- Nicholson, Jennifer E. The translation and adaptation of Miyazaki’s spirit princess in the West (pp. 133-150).
- Carter, Laz. Marketing Mononoke: The Daihito becoming Disney (pp. 151-172).
- Pett, Emma. Homer, Ovid, Disney and Star Wars: The critical reception and transcultural popularity of Princess Mononoke (pp. 173-191).