Anjirbag, M.A. “Enter the Castle: Reiterating Medievalism in the Framing of Disney’s Fantasyscapes”. Children’s Literature Association Quarterly Special Issue on The Medieval in Modern Children’s Literature, vol. 45, no. 4, Winter 2020, pp. 346-363, DOI: 10.1353/chq.2020.0043.
Anjirbag, M.A. “‘Endless wonder’ for Whom?: Adaptation, Transformation, and Magical Libraries”. Adaptation, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 78-95, 2021 [advance publication date 10 March 2020], https://doi.org/10.1093/adaptation/apaa005
Anjirbag, M.A. “Reforming Borders of the Imagination: Diversity, Adaptation, Transmediation, and Incorporation in the Global Disney Film Landscape.” Jeunesse: Young People, Texts, Cultures special issue on Borders, vol. 11, no. 2, 2019, pp. 151-76.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Mulan and Moana: Embedded Coloniality and the Search for Authenticity in Disney Animated Film”. Soc. Sci. 2018, 7(11), 230; https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci7110230
Anjirbag, M.A. “That’s So Raven’s Home and Boy Meets Girl Meets World: Recursion, Revival, and Multi-generational Dialogues in Disney Channel Original Programming.” Disney Channel Tween Programming: Essays on Shows from Lizzie McGuire to Andi Mack. Edited by Chris E. Bell. McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2020, pp. 239-254.
Anjirbag, M.A. and Madeleine Hunter. “A Twist in or out of Time? – Adapting the Disney Classic for a YA Audience.” Adaptation in Young Adult Novels: Critically Engaging Past and Present. Edited by Dana Lawrence and Amy L. Montz. Bloomsbury Academic, 2020, pp. 139-152.
Anjirbag, M.A. (review) “Reading Children’s Literature: A Critical Introduction, Second Edition by Carrie Hintz and Eric Tribunella.” International Research in Children’s Literature, Vol. 13, no. 2, 2020, pp. 348-350. DOI: 10.3366/ircl.2020.0367
Anjirbag, M.A. (review) “Intermedial Borders and Global Fairy-Tale Cultures”. Jeunesse: Young People, Text, Cultures, Vol. 11, no. 1, 2019, pp. 172-8, http://jeunessejournal.ca/index.php/yptc/article/view/462.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Lullabies and trauma in Disney film.” Presented at IRSCL Congress 2019, The Implications and Impact of Silencing Narratives, 16 August 2019, Stockholm, Sweden.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Endless Wonder: libraries as portals to urban fantasy.” Presented at Glasgow International Fantasy Conversations (GIFCON) 2019, Panel 9: Border crossing in the Mythosphere, 23 May 2019, University of Glasgow, UK.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Replication or Reiteration: Disney’s adaptation of its own fairy-tale properties.” Presented at the English Department Flash Forum, 15 March 2019, University of Cambridge, UK.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Moving from Coloniality to Representational Diversity in Animated Film.” Presented at Reading YA Fiction, 24 May 2018, University of Birmingham, UK.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Intertextuality and intergenerational dialogues in the re-iteration of Disney Classic films.” Presented at the International Symposium on Intergenerational Solidarity in Children’s Literature and Culture, 28 April 2018, Children’s Literature Research Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, UK.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Space for Change: Reshaping Societal Ideals through Liminality in Original Fairy Tales.” Presented at Northeastern Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Fairy Tales in Society and Culture 1: Psychology of Fairy Tales, 18 March 2016, Hartford, CT.
Online Publications, Public Lectures, Appearances
Anjirbag, M.A. “How We Learn to Say the Unsayable: Grief in Fantasy/Animation.” Fantasy/Animation Research Blog, 22 January 2021.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Whose Magic Mirrors Are These?: fairy-tale wonder and representation.” Presented at “Discovering Children’s Literature” Study Morning for U3A, British Library, 23 July 2020, remote, UK.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (Joachim Rønning, 2019) and the Construction of Fantasy Spaces.” Fantasy/Animation Research Blog, 7 February 2020.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Unlocking the Cabinet of Stories: Fairy Tales, Subversion, and Representation.” Presented at Study Day: Fairy Tales, British Library, 18 January 2020, London, UK.
Anjirbag, M.A. “Beyond Finding Roots, Glimpsing Who You Might Have Become.” World Kid Lit Blog, 21 September 2018.
Panel moderator, Lost Voices and Hidden Histories: Expanding the Story of Connecticut, hosted by the Connecticut River Museum, 18 September 2017.