This article examines the popular anime Princess Mononoke through the lens of ecofeminism. In particular, we provide a close reading of the two female lead characters, San and Lady Eboshi, to demonstrate the problematic gender tropes that are often woven into films about ecological issues.
Sierra, Wendi; Berwald, Alysah; Guck, Melissa; and Maeder, Erica (2015). "Nature, Technology, and Ruined Women: Ecofeminism and Princess Mononoke." The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal 1, Article 5-.
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Sierra, Wendi; Berwald, Alysah; Guck, Melissa; and Maeder, Erica (2015) "Nature, Technology, and Ruined Women: Ecofeminism and Princess Mononoke," The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal: Vol. 1 , Article 5. Available at: https://digitalcommons.brockport.edu/sfd/vol1/iss1/5