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The contents of this section consist primarily of monographs/books, chapters in edited collections, and articles published in scholarly journals, as well as research reports and occasional/white/working papers. When appropriate, items published in professional but non-academic magazines and newsletters have been included as well.

Work is currently in progress to convert this section into a fully searchable database. The new Online Bibliography of Anime and Manga Research will be launched some time in the spring of 2012.

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Dr. Jeff Adams Reader, Department of Education
Edge Hill University
  • The Pedagogy of the Image Text: Nakazawa, Sebald and Spiegelman Recount Social Traumas
    Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politices of Education Volume 29, Issue 1 (March 2008)
    p. 35-49
  • Of Mice and Manga: Comics and Graphic Novels in Art Education
    Journal of Art and Design Education Volume 18, Number 1 (February 1999)
    p. 69-75
  • Dr. Kenneth Alan Adams Professor Emeritus, Sociology
    Jacksonville State University
  • Castration Anxiety in Japanese Group-Fantasies
    The Journal of Psychohistory Volume 26, Number 4 (Spring 1999)
    p. 779-809
  • The Phallic Female in Japanese Group-Fantasies
    The Journal of Psychohistory Volume 25, Number 1 (Summer 1997)
    p. 2-31
  • Protest and Rebellion: Fantasy Themes in Japanese Comics
    The Journal of Popular Culture Volume 25, Issue 1 (Summer 1991)
    p. 99-127
  • Dr. Lester Hill Professor Emeritus, Sociology
    Jacksonville State University
    Jiwon Ahn Instructor, Film Studies
    Keene State College
    Animated Subjects: On the Circulation of Japanese Animation as Global Cultural Products
    Spectator: The University of Southern California Journal of Film & Television
    Volume 22, Number 1 (Spring 2002)
    p. 10-22
    Kate Allen Department of British and American Language
    Kanda University of International Studies
  • Strategies Used by Children When Reading Manga
    The Kanda Journal Volume 20 (Spring 2008)
  • Reading Manga: Patterns of Personal Literacies Among Adolescents
    Language and Education Volume 19, Number 4 (July 2005)
    p. 265-280
  • "Manga" Literacy: Popular Culture and the Reading Habits of Japanese College Students
    Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy Volume 46, Number 8 (May 2003)
    p. 674-683
  • John Ingulsrod Department of English Language and Literature
    Meisei University
    Dr. Anne Allison Professor, Cultural Anthropology
    Duke University
  • J-Cool and the Global Imagination
    Abstract in English, article translated in French (La Culture Populaire Japonaise et l'Imaginaire Global)
    Critique Internationale Number 38 (January/March 2008)
    p. 19-35, 207
  • The Japan Fad in Global Youth Culture and Millennial Capitalism
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga, and Fan Arts Volume 1 (2006)
    p. 11-21
  • Millennial Monsters: Japanese Toys and the Global Imagination
    (2006). Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • New-Age Fetishes, Monsters, and Friends: Pokémon Capitalism at the Millennium.
    (2006). T. Yoda & H. Harootunian (Eds.), Japan After Japan: Social and Cultural Life from the Recessionary 1990s to the Present. Durham: Duke University Press.
    p. 331-357
  • Cuteness as Japan's Millennial Product
    (2004). J. Tobin (Ed.), Pikachu's Global Adventure: The Rise and Fall of Pokemon. Durham: Duke University Press.
    p. 34-49
  • Portable monsters and commodity cuteness: Pokémon as Japan's new global power
    Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy Volume 6, Number 3
    (November 2003)
    p. 381-395
  • Cyborg Violence: Bursting Borders and Bodies with Queer Machines
    Cultural Anthropology Volume 16, Number 2 (May 2001)
    p. 237-265
  • Can Popular Culture go Global: How Japanese ‘Scouts’ and ‘Rangers’ Fare in the US
    (2000). D. Slaymaker (Ed.), A Century of Popular Culture in Japan. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen.
    p. 127-154
  • Permitted and Prohibited Desires: Mothers, Comics and Censorship in Japan
    (2000). Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Sailor Moon: Japanese Superheroes for Global Girls
    (2000). T. Craig (Ed.), Japan Pop!: Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
    p. 259-278
  • A Challenge to Hollywood? Japanese Character Goods Hit the US
    Japanese Studies Volume 20, Number 1 (May 2000)
    p. 67-88
  • Brent Allison animefandom.org
    PhD candidate
    Social Foundations of Education
    University of Georgia
  • Anime: Comparing Macro and Micro Analyses
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 2 (2007)
  • Fans, Copyright, and Subcultural Change: A Review of Sean Leonard's "Progress Against the Law"
    Synoptique: The Journal of Film and Film Studies Edition 10 (August 1, 2005)
  • Satoshi Ando Professor, English
    Aichi University
    Regaining Continuity with the Past: "Spirited Away" and "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"
    Bookbird: A Journal of International Children's Literature Volume 46, Number 1 (February 2008)
    p. 23-29
    Madeline Ashby escapingthetrunk.net
    MA candidate
    Interdisciplinary Studies
    York University
    Ownership, Authority, and the Body: Does Antifanfic Sentiment Reflect Posthuman Anxiety?
    Transformative Works and Cultures Volume 1 (October 2008)
    Dr. Hiroki Azuma hirokiazuma.com
    Associate Professor, Center for Global Communications
    International University of Japan
    Anime or Something Like It: Neon Genesis Evangelion
    InterCommunication Number 18 (Autumn 1996)
    Robert Baigent   Cowboy Bebop and the Familial Other
    Graduate Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies Volume 2, Number 1 (March 2004)
    p. 92-94
    Christie Barber Associate Lecturer, Japanese
    Macquarie University
    The Displaced Self in "Elfen Lied"
    International Journal of the Humanities Volume 6, Issue 11 (November 2008)
    p. 1-8
    Maiko Behr maikobehr.com Undefining Gender in Shimuzu Reiko's Kaguyahime
    U.S.-Japan Women's Journal Number 25 (December 2003)
    p. 8-29
    Phar Kim Beng Visiting Scholar
    Waseda University
    Long List of Japanese Soft Power: But Who Deserves the Credit?
    Asian Analysis (October 2007)
    Dr. Jaqueline Berndt Associate Professor, Multimedia Studies
    Yokohama National University
  • Considering Manga Discourse: Location, Ambiguity, Historicity
    (2008). M. MacWilliams (Ed.), Japanese Visual Culture: Explorations in the World of Manga and Anime. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
  • Historical Adventures of a Posthistorical Medium: Japan's Wartime past as Represented in Manga
    (2008). S. Richter (Ed.), Contesting Views on a Common Page: Revisions of History in East Asia. Frankfurt: Campus
  • Traditions of Contemporary Manga (1): Relating Comics to Premodern Art
    SIGNs: Studies in Graphic Narratives Issue 1 (2007)
  • 'Adult' Manga: Maruo Suehiro's Historically Ambiguous Comics
    (2006). J. Berndt & S. Richter (Eds.), Reading Manga: Local and Global Perceptions of Japanese Comics. Leipzig: Leipzig University Press.
  • The Time of Comics: Reading a Post/historical Art Form from the Perspective of Manga
    Aesthetics (International Edition) Number 11 (March 2004)
  • The Relevance of 'Art' in Contemporary Japanese Manga Discourse
    (2001). L. Monnet (Ed.), Critical Perspectives on Twentieth-Century Japanese Thought. Montreal: Montreal University Press.
  • Dr. Rebecca W. Black rebeccasresearch.com
    Assistant Professor, Education
    University of California, Irvine
  • Just Don't Call Them Cartoons: The New Literacy Spaces of Anime, Manga, and Fanfiction
    (2008). J. Cairo, M. Knobel, C. Lankshear, and D. Leu (Eds.), Handbook of Research on New Literacies. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum
  • Fanfiction Writing and the Construction of Space
    E-Learning Volume 4, Number 4 (2007)
    p. 384-397
  • Language, Culture and Identity in Online Fanfiction
    E-Learning Volume 3, Number 2 (2006)
    p. 170-184
  • Access and Affiliation: The Literacy and Composition Practices of English-Language Learners in an Online Fanfiction Community
    Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy Volume 49, Number 2 (October 2005)
    p. 118-128
  • Online Fanfiction: What Technology and Popular Culture Can Teach Us About Writing and Literacy Instruction
    New Horizons for Learning Online Journal Volume 11, Number 2 (Spring 2005)
  • Dr. Christopher Bolton redcocoon.org
    Assistant Professor, Asian Studies
    Williams College
  • The Quick and the Undead: Visual and Political Dynamics in Blood: The Last Vampire
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 2
    (2007)
  • Anime Horror and its Audience: 3x3 Eyes and Vampire Princess Miyu
    (2005). J. MacRoy (Ed.), Japanese Horror Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • The Mecha's Blind Spot: Patlabor 2 and the Phenomenology of Anime
    Science Fiction Studies Volume 29, Part 3 (Number 88, November 2002)
  • From Wooden Cyborgs to Celluloid Souls: Mechanical Bodies in Anime and Japanese Puppet Theater
    Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique Volume 10, Number 3 (Winter 2002)
  • Dr. Joyce Boss Professor, English
    Wartburg College
    Hybridity and Negotiated Identity in Japanese Popular Culture
    (2006). W. Tsutsui & M. Ito (Eds.), In Godzilla's Footsteps: Japanese Pop Culture Icons on the Global Stage. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Jean-Marie Bouissou Research Director
    Center for International Studies and Research
  • Why has manga become a gobal cultural product?
    Original in French (Pourquoi le manga est-il devenu un produit culturel global?)
    Esprit Number 246, (July 2008)
    p. 42-55
  • Japan's growing cultural power: The example of manga in France
    (2006). J. Berdnt & S. Richter (Eds.), Reading Manga from Multiple Perspectives: Local and Global Perceptions of Japanese Comics. Leipzig: Leipzig University Press.
    p. 149-165
  • Manga goes global: with special reference to Otomo Katsuhiro's 'Akira'
    CERI News Stand (April 2000)
  • Dr. James W. Boyd Professor, Philosophy
    Colorado State University
    Shinto Perspectives in Miyazaki's Anime Film "Spirited Away"
    Journal of Religion and Film Volume 8, Number 2 (October 2004)
    Tetsuya Nishimura  
    Dr. Lorie Brau Assistant Professor, Japanese
    University of New Mexico
    Oishinbo's Adventures in Eating: Food, Communication, and Culture in Japanese Comics
    Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture Volume 4, Number 4 (Fall 2004)
    Dr. Mary Jiang Bresnahan Professor, Communication
    Michigan State University
    Players and Whiners? Perceptions of Sex Stereotyping in Animé in Japan and the US
    Asian Journal of Communication Volume 16, Number 2 (June 2006)
    Yasuhiro Inoue Professor, International Culture
    Hiroshima City University
    Naomi Kagawa Graduate School Fellow
    Communication Studies
    University of Minnesota
    Casey Brienza   Paratexts in Translation: Reinterpreting "Manga" for the United States
    The International Journal of the Book Volume 6, Issue 2 (2009)
    p. 13-20
    Dr. Michael Broderick Lecturer
    Media Communication & Culture
    Murdoch University
  • Spirited Away by Miyazaki's Fantasy
    Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Context Issue 9
    (August 2003)
  • Anime's Apocalypse: Neon Genesis Evangelion as Millennarian Mecha
    Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Context Issue 7
    (March 2002)
  • Elizabeth Brooks Associate Director
    National Clearinghouse for U.S.-Japan Studies
    Indiana University
    Japanese Popular Culture in the Classroom
    Japan Digest (January 1994)
    Philip Brophy philipbrophy.com
    Lecturer, Media Arts
    RMIT University
  • Sonic - Atomic - Neumonic: Apocalyptic Echoes in Japanese Animation
    (2007). A. Cholodenko (Ed.), The Illusion of Life 2: More Essays on Animation. Sydney: Power Publications.
  • Manga and Anime in Australia
    Wochi Kochi Number 13 (October/November 2006)
  • Misreading Manga
    (2006). P. Brophy (Ed.), Tezuka: The Marvel of Manga. Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria.
  • Tezuka's Gekiga - Behind the Mask of Manga
    (2006). P. Brophy (Ed.), Tezuka: The Marvel of Manga. Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria
  • Sound and Vision: "Furi Kuri"
    Film Comment Volume 38, Number 6 (November-December 2002)
  • Neon Genesis Evangelion: The Tyranny of the English Voice in Anime
    RealTime Number 31 (June/July 1999)
  • Mayhem, Magic & Maelstroms - the animation of Studio Ghibli
    (1997). 45th Melbourne International Film Festival Catalogue. Melbourne: Melbourne International Film Festival.
  • Report: Manga and Anime in Australia
    Comickers, Number 6 (1997)
  • Osamu Tezuka: Glimpses of a Fantastic Imagination
    (1995). 44th Melbourne International Film Festival Catalogue. Melbourne: Melbourne International Film Festival.
  • Japanese Animation in the West
    FilmNews, Number 117 (1995)
  • Ocular Excess: A Semiotic Morphology of Cartoon Eyes
    (1994). P. Brophy (Ed.), KABOOM! Explosive Animation from America and Japan. Sydney: Museum of Contemporary Art.
  • Dr. Steven T. Brown Associate Professor
    Japanese
    University of Oregon
  • Machinic Desires: Hans Bellmer's Dolls and the Technological Uncanny in Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 3 (2008)
    p. 222-253
  • Screening Anime
    (2006). S. Brown (Ed.), Cinema Anime: Critical Engagements with Japanese Animation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
    p. 1-22
  • Dr. Mio Bryce Lecturer, Asian Languages
    Macquarie University
  • White Wings and Black Wings: Ambiguous Dichotomy in Manga and Anime
    International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations
    Volume 7, Issue 6 (2008)
    p. 201-210
  • The Cultural Biographies of Manga: Lessons from the Mangaverse
    (with Jason Davis, Liaison Librarian, Macquarie University and Christie Barber, Associate Lecturer, Japanese Studies, Macquarie University)
    Scan: Journal of Media Arts Culture Volume 5, Number 2 (September 2008)
  • Another Half and/or Another Individual: Representation of Twins in Manga
    International Journal of the Humanities Volume 5, Issue 11 (2007)
    p. 143-152
  • Anime Haibane Renmei (Charcoal Feather Federation): An Enclave for the Hurt, Alienated Souls
    Papers: Explorations Into Children's Literature Volume 16, Issue 2 (December 2006)
    p. 71-76
  • Manga/Anime Media Mix: Scholarship in a Post-Modern, Global Community
    (with Jason Davis, Liaison Librarian, Macquarie University)
    (2006). M. Atherton (Ed.), Proceedings of the CAESS Conference 'Scholarship & Community'. Sydney: University of Western Sydney Press.
    p. 1-10
  • Cuteness Needed: The New Language/Communication Device in a Global Society
    International Journal of the Humanities Volume 2, Issue 3 (2004)
  • Japanese Popular Culture and Character Fashioning: The Quest for Subjective Agency in the Animated Films, Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind and Perfect Blue
    (with John Stephens, Professor in English, Macquarie University)
    International Journal of the the Humanities Volume 1 (2005)
  • Creation of an animation component incorporated in the Translation and Writing Japanese Workshop I
    (with Megumi Sata Khan)
    (2002). A Reid, M. Gosper & S. Fraser (Eds.), Celebrating Teaching at Macquarie. North Ride, NSW, Australia: Macquarie University.
  • Colm Caffrey Postgraduate Student
    School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies
    Dublin City University
    Viewer Perception of Visual Nonverbal Clues in Subtitled TV Anime
    European Journal of English Studies Volume 12, Issue 2 (August 2008)
    p. 163-178
    Angela Chan   Japanese Identity through Anime
    Maryland Essays in Human Biodiversity Volume 2, Number 1 (December 2003)
    Dr. Kelly Chandler-Olcott Associate Professor
    Reading Language Arts
    Syracuse University
  • Seeing the World Through a Stranger's Eyes: Exploring the Potential of Anime in Literacy Classrooms
    (2008). N. Frey & D. Fisher (Eds.), Teaching Visual Literacy: Using Comic Books, Graphic Novels, Anime, Cartoons, and More to Develop Comprehension and Thinking Skills. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
    p. 61-90
  • Anime and Manga Fandom: Young People's Multiliteracies Made Visible
    (2007). J. Flood, S.B. Heath, & D. Lapp (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy Through the Communicative and Visual Arts, Volume II. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum
  • Adolescents' "Anime"-inspired Fanfictions: An Exploration of Multiliteracies
    (with Donna Mahar)
    Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy Volume 46, Number 7 (April 2003)
    p. 556-566
  • Romain Chappuis PhD candidate
    Sciences Po
    Japaneseness According to Joan of Arc: Western Myths and Narratives in Manga and Anime
    Abstract in English, article in French (La Japonité Selon Jeanne d’Arc. Mythes et Récits Occidentaux dans le Manga et l’Anime)
    Critique Internationale Number 38 (January/March 2008)
    p. 55-72
    Kukhee Choo PhD candidate
    East Asian Studies
    University of Texas at Austin
    Girls Return Home: Portrayal of Femininity in Popular Japanese Girls' Manga and Anime Texsts During the 1990's in Hana Yori Dango and Fruits Basket
    Women: A Cultural Review Volume 19, Issue 3 (November 2008)
    p. 275-296
    David Chute  
  • Organic Machine: The World of Hayao Miyazaki
    Film Comment Volume 34, Number 6 (November/December 1998)
  • Ghost in the Shell: The Soul of the New Machine
    Film Comment Volume 32, Number 3 (May/June 1996)
  • Dr. Felicity J. Colman Lecturer, Cinema Studies
    University of Melbourne
    The Sight of Your God Disturbs me: Questioning the Post-Christian Bodies of Buffy, Lain, and George
    Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media Volume 3 (2002)
    Dr. Ian Condry iancondry.com
    Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Teaching Anime: Exploring a Transnational and Transmedia Movement
    About Japan: A Teacher's Resource (February 4, 2009)
  • Youth, Intimacy, and Blood: Media and Nationalism in Contemporary Japan
    Japan Focus: an Asia-Pacific e-journal (April 8, 2007)
  • Must-Download TV and Cool Japan
    Anthropology News Volume 46, Number 1 (January 2005)
  • Dr. Anne Cooper-Chen Professor, Journalism
    Ohio University
    An Animated Imbalance: Japan's Television Heroines in Asia
    International Communication Gazette Volume 61, Number 3-4 (July 1999)
    p. 293-310
    Christopher Couch Lecturer, Comparative Literature
    University of Massachusetts, Amherst
    The Publication and Formats of Comics, Graphic Novels, and Tankobon
    Image and Narrative: Online Magazine of the Visual Narrative Issue 1
    (December 2000)
    Dr. Laurie Cubbison Assistant Professor, English
    Radford University
  • Not Just for Children's Television: Anime and the Changing Editing Practices of American Television Networks
    Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture Volume 8, Number 2 (2008)
  • Anime Fans, DVDs, and the Authentic Text
    The Velvet Light Trap Issue 56 (Fall 2005)
  • Darius Cureton Director
    Writing/Computer Literacy Lab
    Winston-Salem State University
    The New Age in Animation
    RAMA: A Journal of Student Writing
    Giorgio Hadi Curti PhD candidate, Geography
    San Diego State University
  • The Ghost in the City and a Landscape of Life: A reading of Difference in Shirow and Oshii's Ghost in the Shell
    Environment and Planning D: Society and Space Volume 26, Issue 1
    (January 2008)
    p. 87-106
  • Animatedly Animated: Undoing the Body & Assembling the Real Through Media/Geography
    Aether: The Journal of Media Geography Volume 1 (November 2007)
    p. 13-15
  • Dr. Frances Flannery Dailey Assistant Professor, Biblical Studies
    Hendrix College
    Robot Heavens and Robot Dreams: Ultimate Reality in A.I. and Other Recent Films
    Journal of Religion and Film Volume 7, Number 2 (October 2002)
    Joseph Dela Pena University of Pennsylvania Otaku: Images and Identity in Flux
    College Undergraduate Research Electronic Journal (May 11, 2006)
    Dr. Rayna Denison Lecturer, Film and Television Studies
    University of East Anglia
  • Star-Spangled Ghibli: Star Voices in the American Versions of Hayao Miyazaki's Films
    Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 3, Number 2 (July 2008)
    p. 129-146
  • The Language of the Blockbuster: Promotion, Princess Mononoke and the Daihitto in Japanese Film Culture
    (2008). L. Hunt & W. Leung (Eds.), East Asian Cinemas: Exploring Transnational Connections on Film. London: I. B. Tauris.
  • Global Markets for Japanese Film: Miyazaki Hayao's Spirited Away
    (2007). A. Phillips & J. Stringer (Eds.), Japanese Cinema: Texts and Contexts. London: Routledge.
  • Disembodied Stars and the Cultural Meanings of Princess Mononoke's Soundscape
    Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies Issue 3 (November 2005)
  • Dr. David Desser Professor
    Cinema Studies and Comparative Literature
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Consuming Asia: Chinese and Japanese Popular Culture and the American Imaginary.
    (2003). Jenny K. W. Lau (Ed.), Multiple Modernities: Cinema and Popular Media in Transcultural East Asia. Philadelphia: Temple University Press
    Dr. Jorge Diaz Cintas Principal Lecturer
    Translation and Spanish
    Roehampton University
    Fansubs: Audiovisual Translation in an Amateur Environment
    The Journal of Specialized Translation Issue 6 (July 2006)
    Pablo Munoz Sanchez University of Granada
    Dr. Scott Diffrient Assistant Professor
    Speech Communication
    Colorado State University
  • From Three Godfathers to Tokyo Godfathers: Signifying Social Change in a Transnational Context
    (2008). L. Hunt & W. Leung (Eds.), East Asian Cinemas: Exploring Transnational Connections on Film. London: I. B. Tauris.
  • Cabinets of Cinematic Curiosities: A Critical History of the Animated 'Package Feature' from Fantasia (1940) to Memories (1995)
    Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television Volume 26, Issue 4 (October 2006)
    p. 505-535
  • Maureen Donovan Associate Professor
    East Asian Languages and Literature
    The Ohio State University
    Challenges of Collecting Research Materials on Japanese Popular Culture: A Report on Ohio State's Manga Collection
    (2000). A. Gerow & A.M. Nornes (Eds.), In Praise of Film Studies: Essays in Honor of Mamuro Makino. Yokohama: Kinema Club.
    Bill Ellis Associate Professor
    English and American Studies
    Penn State Hazleton
    Sleeping Beauty Wakes Herself Up: Folklore and Gender Inversion in Cardcaptor Sakura
    M. West (Ed.), (Forthcoming). The Japanification of Children's Popular Culture: From Godzilla to Spirited Away. Lanham: Scarecrow Press.  
    Kai Falkman   The Image Story in Manga & Haiku
    Blithe Spirit Volume 14, Number 4 (December 2004)
    Michael Fisch Teaching Fellow, Anthropology
    Columbia University
    Nation, War, and Japan's Future in the Science Fiction Anime Film Patlabor II
    Science Fiction Studies Volume 27, Part 1, (Number 80, March 2000)
    Amy Fitzgerald MA candidate, English
    Wake Forest University
    "In the Way of the Samurai": Difference and Connection in Samurai Champloo
    The Virginia Review of Asian Studies Volume 11 (Fall 2008)
    p. 171-184
    Freda Freiberg School of Applied Communication
    RMIT University
  • Miyazaki's Heroines
    Sense of Cinema Issue 40 (July-September 2006)
  • Tobstone for Fireflies
    Sense of Cinema Issue 14 (June 2001)
  • Akira and the Post-Nuclear Sublime
    (1996). M. Broderick (Ed.), Hiroshima, Nagasaki and the Nuclear Image in Japanese Film. London: Kegan Paul International.
  • Kumiko Fujimura-Fanselow Education and Women's Studies
    Toyo Eiwa University
    Impact of TV Anime on the Formation of Children's Gender Attitudes: A study based on content analysis and interviews of child viewers
    Toyo Eiwa Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences Volume 21 (2004)
    Abstract in English, text in Japanese
    Megumi Ito Women's Studies and Women's Education
    Toyo Eiwa University
    Dr. Natsuki Fukunaga Anderson Assistant Professor, Japanese
    Marshall University
    "Those Anime Students": Foreign Language Literacy Development Through Japanese Popular Culture
    Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy Volume 50, Number 2 (October 2006)
    Dr. Sheuo Hui Gan Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Postdoctoral Fellow
    Kyoto University
    The Newly Developed Form of Ganime and its Relation to Selective Animation for Adults in Japan
    Animation Studies Volume 3 (2008)
    p. 6-17
    Dr. Leonardo R. Garcia, Jr. Professor, Marketing
    De La Salle University
    An in-depth Study on the Animation Industry in the Philippines
    (2001). Manila: Centre for Business and Economics Research and Development,
    De La Salle University.
    Carmelita B. Masigan Assistant Professional Lecturer, Marketing
    De La Salle University
    Dr. Aaron Gerow Assistant Profesor, Film Studies
    Yale University
    Fantasies of War and Nation in Recent Japanese Cinema
    Japan Focus: an Asia-Pacific e-journal (February 20, 2006)
    Mark Gilson MA candidate, Computer Art
    School of Visual Art
    A Brief History of Japanese Robophilia
    Leonardo Volume 31, Issue 5 (October/November 1998)
    Dr. Christopher Goto-Jones Professor
    Modern Japan Studies
    Leiden University
    Anime, Thought Experiments, and the Limits of the Human
    Asiascape Occasional Papers Issue 1 (August 2007)
    Dr. Jay Goulding Faculty, Sociology
    York University
    Crossroads of Experience: Miyazaki Hayao's Global/Local Nexus
    Asian Cinema Volume 17, Number 2 (Fall/Winter 2006)
    p. 114-123
    Ludovic Graillat PhD candidate
    University of Toulouse - Le Mirail
    America vs. Japan: the Influence of American Comics on Manga
    Refractory: a Journal of Entertainment Media Volume 10 (2006/2007)
    Dr. Volker Grassmuck Media Researcher
    Herman von Helmholtz Centre of Cultural Technology
    Humboldt University
    "I'm alone, but not lonely": Japanese Otaku-Kids colonize the Realm of Information and Media: A Tale of Sex and Crime from a faraway Place
    Mediamatic Magazine Volume 5, Number 4 (December 1990)
    Dr. Kimberly Gregson Assistant Professor, Television and Radio
    Ithaca College
    What if the Lead Character Looks Like Me? Girl Fans of Shoujo Anime and Their Web Sites
    (2005). S. Mazzarella (Ed.), Girl Wide Web: Girls, the Internet, and the Negotiation of Identity. New York: Peter Lang.
    Dr. Mary Grigsby Assistant Professor, Rural Sociology
    University of Missouri
  • The Social Production of Gender as Reflected in Two Japanese Culture Industry Products: Sailormoon and Crayon Shin-Chan
    (1999). J. Lent (1999), Themes and Issues in Asian Cartooning: Cute, Cheap, Mad and Sexy. Bowling Green: Bowling Green State University Popular Press.
  • Sailormoon: Manga (comics) and anime (cartoon) superheroine meets Barbie: Global entertainment commodity comes to the United States
    Journal of Popular Culture Volume 32, Issue 1 (Summer 1998)
  • Dr. Tako Hagiwara Associate Professor
    Japanese and World Literature
    Case Western Reserve University
    Globalism and Localism in Hayao Miyazaki's Anime
    The International Journal of the Humanities Volume 3, Issue 9
    Dr. Margaret Hagood Associate Professor
    Teacher Education
    College of Charleston
    Bodily Pleasures And/As the Text
    English Teaching: Practice and Critique Volume 4, Number 1 (May 2005)
    p. 20-39
    Dr. Alice Hall Associate Professor
    Communication
    University of Missouri - St. Louis
    The Social Implications of Enjoyment of Different Types of Music, Movies, and Television Programming Western Journal of Communication Volume 71, Issue 4 (November 2007)
    Dr. Masako Hamada Coordinator, Japanese Studies
    Villanova University
    Teaching Japanese Culture Through Anime: A Case Study
    Asian Cinema Volume 18, Number 2 (Fall/Winter 2007)
    p. 197-219
    Robert Hamilton MFA candidate
    University of Windsor
  • Empire of Kitsch: Japan as Represented in Western Cult Media
    Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life Issue 60 (April 2002)
  • Virtual Idols and Digital Girls: Artifice and Sexuality in Anime, Kisekae and Kyoko Date
    Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life Issue 35 (November 1997)
  • Dr. Richard Hand Professor, Theatre and Media Drama
    University of Glamorgan
    Dissecting the Gash: Sexual Horror in the 1980s and the Manga of Suehiro Maruo
    M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture Volume 7, Issue 4 (October 2004)
    Megan Harrell   Slightly Out of Character: Shonen Epics, Doujinshi and Japanese Concepts of Masculinity
    The Virginia Review of Asian Studies Volume 10 (Fall 2007)
    Jordan Hatcher twitchgamer.net Of Otakus and Fansubs: A Critical Look at Anime Online in Light of Current Issues in Copyright Law
    SCRIPT-ed Volume 2, Issue 4 (December 2005)
    Dr. Kenneth Hodges Assistant Professor, English
    The University of Oklahoma
    Drawing on Tradition: Translation, Martial Arts, and Japanese Anime in America
    Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture Volume 36, Number 1/2
    (Spring/Summer 2003)
    Dr. Peter Howell Associate Professor, English
    Prefectural University of Hiroshima
    Character Voice in Anime Subtitles
    Perspectives: Studies in Translatology Volume 14, Number 4 (2007)
    Dr. Tse-Yue Hu Research Scholar
    School of International and Area Studies
    Oklahoma University
    The Animated Resurrection of the Legend of the White Snake in Japan
    Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 2, Number 1 (March 2007)
    Dr. Timothy Iles Assistant Professor, Pacific and Asian Studies
    University of Victoria
    Female Voices, Male Words: Problems of Communication, Identiy and Gendered Social Construction in Contemporary Japanese Cinema
    Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies (January 21, 2005)
    Dr. Shigemi Inaga Professor
    International Research Center for Japanese Studies
    Miyazaki Hayao's Epic Comic Series: Nausicaa in the Valley of the Wind: An Attempt at Interpretation
    Japan Review Volume 11 (1999)
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    Yoshimasa Irie   The History of the Textbook Controversy
    Japan Echo Volume 24, Number 3 (August 1997)
    Akira Ishikawa   Pokemon Break Ground For Japan
    Asia International Forum
    Dr. Kinko Ito Professor, Sociology
    University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • Manga in Japanese History
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  • A History of Manga in the Context of Japanese Culture and Society
    Journal of Popular Culture Volume 38, Issue 3 (February 2005)
  • Growing Up Japanese Reading Manga
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 6, Number 2 (Fall 2004)
  • Japanese Ladies' Comics as Agents of Socialization: The Lessons They Teach. International Journal of Comic Art Volume 5, Issue 2 (Fall 2003)
  • The World of Japanese "Ladies comics": From Romantic Fantasy to Lustful Perversion
    Journal of Popular Culture Volume 36, Issue 1 (August 2002)
  • The Manga Culture in Japan
    Japan Studies Review Volume 4 (2002)
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  • Dr. Mizuko Ito Research Scientist
    Institute for Multimedia Literacy
    University of Southern California
  • Technologies of the Childhood Imagination: Yugioh, Media Mixes, and Everyday Cultural Production
    J. Karaganis & N. Jeremienko (Eds.), Structures of Participation in Digital Culture. Durham: Duke University Press.
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  • Technologies of the Childhood Imagination: Media Mixes, Hypersociality, and Recombinant Cultural Form
    Items & Issues Volume 4, Number 4 (Winter 2003-2004)
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    Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
    The Topology of Post-1990’s Historical Revisionism
    Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique Volume 16, Number 3 (Winter 2008)
    p. 507-538
    Dr. Steffi Richter Professor, Japanese Studies
    University of Leipzig
    Dr. Katrien Jacobs libidot.org
    Assistant Professor
    English and Communication
    City University of Hong Kong
    Queer Images and the Pussy-Matrix in Shu Lea Cheang's Japanese Pornography
    C. Berry, F. Martin & A. Yue (Eds.), Mobile Cultures: New Media in Queer Asia. Durham: Duke University Press.
    Dr. Henry Jenkins Professor
    Literature and Comparative Media Studies
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • When Piracy Becomes Promotion: How unauthorized copying made Japanese animation profitable in the United States
    Reason Magazine Volume 38, Issue 7 (December 2006)
  • Interactive Audiences? The 'Collective Intelligence' of Media Fans
    (2002). D. Harries (Ed.), New Media Book. London: British Film Institute.
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    C. Gledhill & L. Williams (Eds.), Reinventing Film Studies. London: Arnold.
  • Rebecca Johnson runjeeta.com Kawaii and Kirei: Navigating the Identities of Women in Laputa: Castle in the Sky by Hayao Miyazaki and Ghost in the Shell by Mamoru Oshii
    Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge Issue 14 (Summer 2007)
    David Johnston   Comedy's Use as an Aid for Melodrama in Japanese Animation
    Animatrix Magazine Issue 13 (2005)
    Dr. Nicholas Jungheim Professor
    Letters, Arts and Sciences
    Waseda University
    Nonverbal Behavior and Refusals in Japanese Anime: Sazae-san
    Pragmatic Matters Volume 2, Issue 1 (Fall 2000)
    Dr. Heike Jungst University of Leipzig Manga in Germany: From Translation to Simulacrum
    Perspectives: Studies in Translatology Volume 14, Number 4 (2007)
    Agnieszka Kamrowska Audiovisual Arts Institute
    Jagiellonian University
    Children of the Apocalypse: The Atom Bomb Trauma as a Theme in Japanese Anime
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    Kwartalnik Filmowy Issue 61 (Spring 2008)
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    Dr. Frederic Kaplan fkaplan.com
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    Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
    Who is Afraid of the Humanoid? Investigating Cultural Differences in the Acceptance of Robots
    International Journal of Humanoid Robotics Volume 1, Number 3 (September 2004)
    Dr. Terry Kawashima Associate Professor
    Asian Languages and Literatures
    Wesleyan University
    Seeing Faces, Making Races: Challenging Visual Tropes of Racial Difference
    Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism Volume 3, Number 1 (Autumn 2002)
    Won Kim   The Quest for Humanity: The Hero's Journey in Walt Disney's Pinocchio and Mamoru Oshii's Ghost in the Shell
    Animatrix Magazine Issue 10 (1999)
    Makoto Kimura Director, Foreign Trade Division
    Japan External Trade Organization
    SME's and the Globalization of Japanese Anime
    Japan Spotlight (May/June 2006)
    Dr. Christopher King Research Fellow
    Monash Ageing Research Centre
    Monash University
    Baby you can Drive my Bed: Technology and Old Age in Japanese Animated Film
    Journal of Aging and Identity Volume 7, Number 2 (June 2002)
    Dr. Sharon Kinsella kinsellaresearch.com
  • The Nationalization of Manga
    The Japan Society Proceedings Volume 144 (2006)
  • Adult Manga: Pro-Establishment Pop-Culture and New Politics in the 1990's
    Media, Culture and Society Volume 21, Number 4 (July 1999)
  • Amateur Manga Subculture and the Otaku Panic
    Journal of Japanese Studies Volume 24, Number 2 (Summer 1998)
  • The Japanization of European Youth
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    Consulting Division II
    Nomura Research Institute
    The Otaku Group from a Business Perspective: Revaluation of Enthusiastic Consumers
    (2004). Tokyo: Nomura Research Institute.
    Motohiro Kondo Professor
    Social and Cultural Studies
    Nihon University
    Japanese Creativity: Robots and Anime
    Japan Echo Volume 30, Number 4 (August 2003)
    Christine Hoff Kraemer PhD candidate
    Religion and Literature
    Boston University
    Between the Worlds: Liminality and Sacrifice in Princess Mononoke
    Journal of Religion and Film Volume 8, Number 1 (April 2004)
    Stefan Krebs RWTH Aachen University On the Anticipation of Ethical Conflicts between Humans and Robots in Japanese Mangas
    International Review of Information Ethics Volume 6 (December 2006)
    Jan Krikke   Computer Graphics Advances the Art of Anime
    IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications Volume 26, Issue 3 (May-June 2006)
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    Masakazu Kubo Executive Producer
    Character Business Center
    Shogakukan, Inc.
  • Japanese Animation as an Industry
    Journal of Japanese Trade and Industry (July/August 2002)
  • Why Pokemon Was Successful in America
    Japan Echo Volume 27, Number 2 (April 2000)
  • Dr. Yasue Kuwahara Professor, Electronic Media & Broadcasting
    Northern Kentucky University
    Japanese Culture and Popular Consciousness: Disney's The Lion King vs. Tezuka's Jungle Emperor
    The Journal of Popular Culture Volume 31, Issue 1 (Summer 1997) p. 37-48
    Dr. Peng Er Lam Senior Research Fellow
    East Asian Institute
    National University of Singapore
    Japan's Quest for "Soft Power": Attraction and Limitation
    East Asia: An International Quarterly Volume 24, Number 4 (December 2007)
    Dr. Thomas Lamarre Professor, East Asian Studies
    McGill University
  • Speciesm, Part I: Translating Races into Animals in Wartime Animation
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga, and Fan Arts Volume 3 (2008)
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  • Born of Trauma: Akira and Capitalist Modes of Destruction
    Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique Volume 16, Number 1 (Spring 2008)
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  • Platonic Sex: Perversion and Shojo Anime (Part Two)
    Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 2, Number 1 (March 2007)
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  • The Multiplanar Image
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  • Platonic Sex: Perversion and Shojo Anime (Part One)
    Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 1, Number 1 (July 2006)
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  • An Introduction to Otaku Movement
    EnterText Volume 4, Number 1 (Winter 2004/2005)
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  • From animation to anime: drawing movements and moving drawings
    Japan Forum Volume 14, Number 2 (September 1, 2002)
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  • White Moments and Miyazaki's Kiki
    Triumph of the Past (March 2004)
  • Princess Mononoke
    Triumph of the Past (April 2003)
  • A Comic Book That Moveth To Tears
    Triumph of the Past (January/February 2003)
  • Donald Larsson Professor, English
    Minnesota State University, Mankato
    Comic? Book? or, Of Maus and Manga: Visualizing Reading, Reading the Visual in Graphic Novels
    The International Journal of the Book Volume 4, Issue 1
    Dr. Gregory B. Lee gregorylee.net
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    University Jean Molin Lyon 3
    Wicked Cities: Cyberculture and the Reimagining of Identity in the "Non-Western" Metropolis
    Futures: The Journal of Policy, Planning and Futures Studies Volume 30, Issue 10 (December 1998)
    Sunny S. K. Lam Course Coordinator, Media Arts
    The Art School
    Hong Kong Arts Centre
    Dr. John A. Lent Professor
    Broadcast, Telecommunications and Mass Media
    Temple University
  • Comic Books and Comic Strips: A Bibliography of the Scholarly Literature
    Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries Volume 44, Number 11 (July 2007)
  • Comic Art in Africa, Asia, Australia and Latin America through 2000: An International Bibliography
    (2004). Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers.
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    (2001). J. Lent (Ed.), Animation in Asia and the Pacific. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Animation in Asia: appropriation, reinterpretation, and adoption or adaptation
    Screening the Past Issue 11 (November 2000)
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    (1996). Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
  • Anime, Fandom and Fanzines
    Asian Cinema Volume 7, Number 1 (Spring 1995)
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    University of Chicago
  • Progress against the law: Anime and fandom, with the key to the globalization of culture
    International Journal of Cultural Studies Volume 8, Number 3 (September 2005)
  • Celebrating Two Decades of Unlawful Progress: Fan Distribution, Proselytization Commons, and the Explosive Growth of Japanese Animation
    UCLA Entertainment Law Review Volume 12, number 2 (Spring 2005)
  • Dr. Antonia Levi Associate Professor, University Studies
    Portland State University
  • The Americanization of Anime and Manga: Negotiating Popular Culture
    (2006). S. Brown (Ed.), Cinema Anime: Critical Engagements with Japanese Animation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
    p. 43-64
  • The Werewolf in the Crested Kimono: The Wolf-Human Dynamic in Anime and Manga
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 1 (2006)
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  • New Myths for the Japanese Millennium: Japanese Animation
    (2001). J. Lent (Ed.), Animation in Asia and the Pacific. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
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    Australian Defence Force Academy
    The Japanese Military During the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905: A Reconsideration of Command Politics and Public Images
    (1998). London: The Suntory Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science.
    Dr. Thomas Looser Associate Professor, East Asian Studies
    New York University
    From Edogawa to Miyazaki: cinematic and anime-ic architectures of early and late twentieth-century Japan
    Japan Forum Volume 14, Number 2 (September 1, 2002)
    Dr. Maria Lorenzo Hernandez Assistant Professor, Animation
    Polytechnic University of Valencia
    Vision of a Future Past: Ulysses 31, A Televised Re-Interpretation of Homer's Classic Myth
    Animation Studies Volume 3 (2008)
    p. 33-41
    Dr. Leo Loveday Professor, English
    Doshisha University
    At the Crossroads: The Folk Ideology of Femininity in the Japanese Comic
    Fabula: Journal of Folktale Studies Volume 23 (1983)
    Satomi Chiba  
    Amy Shirong Lu PhD candidate
    Journalism and Mass Communication
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    The Many Faces of Internationalization in Japanese Anime
    Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 3, Number 2 (July 2008)
    p. 169-187
    Dr. Wim Lunsing   Yaoi Ronso: Discussing Depictions of Male Homosexuality in Japanese Girls' Comics, Gay Comics and Gay Pornography
    Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context
    Issue 12 (January 2006)
    Dr. Mark MacWilliams Professor, Religious Studies
    St. Lawrence University
  • Revisioning Japanese Religiosity: Osamu Tezuka's Hi no Tori (The Phoenix)
    (2002). T. Craig, R. King (Eds.), Global Goes Local: Popular Culture in Asia. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
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  • Japanese Comic Books and Religion: Osamu Tezuka's Story of the Buddha (Revised)
    (2000). T. Craig (Ed.), Japan Pop: Inside the World of Japanese Pop Culture. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
    p. 109-136.
  • Revisioning Japanese Religiosity: Osamu Tezuka's Hi no Tori (The Phoenix)
    Japanese Religions Volume 24, Number 1 (January 1999)
    p. 73-100
  • Donna Mahar   Bringing the Outside In: One Teacher's Ride on the Anime Highway
    Language Arts Volume 81, Number 2 (November 2003)
    p. 110-117
    Dr. Paul Malone German and Slavic Studies
    University of Waterloo
    My Own Private Apocalypse: Shinji Ikari Hideaki Anno's Neon Genesis Evangelion as Schreberian Paranoid Superhero
    (2007). W. Haselm, A. Ndalianis, C. Mackie, (Eds.), Super/Heroes: From Hercules to Superman. Washington: New Academia Publishing.
    Dr. Jordi Mas Lopez Lecturer
    Faculty of Translation and Interpreting
    Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
    From Tokyo to Barcelona: Translating Japanese Anime into Catalan
    Globalization Insider 2004 Volume, Issue 3.5 (September 2004)
    Kate Matthews   Logic and Narrative in Spirited Away
    Screen Education Issue 43 (Summer 2006)
    Dr. Milton Mayfield Associate Professor
    Management and Decision Sciences
    Texas A&M International University
  • Strategic Insights from the International Comic Book Industry: A Comparison of France, Italy, Japan, Mexico, and the U.S.A.
    American Business Review Volume 19, Issue 2 (June 2001)
  • Manga and the Pirates: Unlikely Allies for Strategic Growth
    (With Magda Marcu, MBA candidate, Texas A&M International University)
    SAM Advanced Management Journal Volume 65, Number 3 (Summer 2000)
  • Dr. Jacqueline Mayfield Associate Professor
    Management
    Texas A&M International University
    Dr. Alain Genestre Associate Professor
    Marketing
    American University in Cairo
    Kozo Mayumi Professor
    Integrated Arts and Sciences
    The University of Tokushima
    The ecological and consumption themes of the films of Hayao Miyazaki
    Ecological Economics Volume 54, Issue 1 (July 2005)
    Dr. Barry Solomon Professor
    Geography and Environmental Policy
    Michigan Technological University
    Jason Chang PhD candidate
    Ethnic Studies
    University of California, Berkeley
    Christian McCrea Lecturer
    Games and Interactivity
    Swinburne University of Technology
    Explosive, Expulsive, Extraordinary: The Dimensional Excess of Animated Bodies
    Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 3, Number 1 (March 2008)
    p. 9-24
    Douglas McGray douglasmcgray.com
    Fellow
    New America Foundation
    Japan's Gross National Cool
    Foreign Policy Issue 130 (May/June 2002)
    Mark McHarry   Yaoi: Redrawing Male Love
    The Guide (November 2003)
    Dr. Mark McLelland Lecturer
    Sociology
    University of Wollongong
  • The International Yaoi Boys' Love Fandom and the Regulation of Virtual Child Pornography: The Implications of Current Legislation
    (with Dr. Seyunghyun Yoo, Assistant Professor, Behavior and Community Health Sciences, University of Pittsburgh)
    Sexuality Research and Social Policy: Journal of NSRC
    Volume 4, Number 1 (March 2007)
  • Why are Japanese Girls' Comics full of Boys Bonking?
    Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media Volume 10 (2006/2007)
  • A Short History of 'Hentai'
    Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Context Issue 12
    (January 2006)
  • The World of Yaoi: The Internet, Censorship and the Global 'Boys' Love Fandom
    Australian Feminist Law Journal Volume 23 (December 2005)
  • "A Mirror for Men": Idealised Depictions of White Men and Gay Men in Japanese Women's Media
    Transformations Issue 6 (February 2003)
  • Kamingu Auto: Homosexuality and Popular Culture in Japan
    IIAS Newsletter Issue 29 (November 2002)
  • Local meanings in global space: a case study of women's 'Boy Love' web sites in Japanese and English
    Mots Pluriels et Grands Themes de Notre Temps Number 19 (October 2001)
  • Why Are Japanese Girls' Comics full of Boys Bonking?
    Intensities: the Journal of Cult Media Issue 1 (Spring/Summer 2001)
  • No Climax, No Point, No Meaning? Japanese Women's Boy-Love Sites on the Internet
    Journal of Communication Inquiry Volume 24, Number 3 (July 2000)
  • The Love Between 'Beautiful Boys' in Japanese Women's Comics
    Journal of Gender Studies Volume 9, Issue 1 (March 2000)
  • Male Homosexuality and Popular Culture in Modern Japan
    Intersections: Gender, History & Culture in the Asian Contex
    Issue 3 (January 2000)
  • Tony McNicol tonymcnicol.com Drawing on Politics
    Japan Media Review (July 14, 2005)
    Salil K. Mehra Associate Professor, Law
    Temple University
  • Copyright, Control and Comics: Japanese Battles Over Downstream Limits on Content
    Rutgers Law Review Volume 56, Number 1 (Fall 2003)
  • Copyright and Comics in Japan: Does Law Explain Why All the Cartoons my Kid Watches are Japanese Imports?
    Rutgers Law Review Volume 55, Number 1 (Fall 2002)
  • Ray Mescallado fanboi.net
    Otaku Nation: Books on Japanese Comics and Animated Films
    Science Fiction Studies Volume 27, Part 1 (Number 80, March 2000)
    Caroline Mew Senior Associate
    Fulbright & Jaworski, L.L.P.
    Popular Culture as Political Protest: Writing the Reality of Sexual Slavery
    The Journal of Popular Culture Volume 31, Issue 2 (Fall 1997)
    Kaoru Misaka   The first Japanese Manga magazine in the United States
    Publishing Research Quarterly Volume 19, Number 4 (December 2004)
    Dr. Lynne Miyake
    Professor, Japanese
    Pomona College
    Monumenta Nipponica Volume 63, Number 2 (Autumn 2008)
    p. 359-392
    Hirohito Miyamoto PhD candidate, Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies
    University of Tokyo
    The Formation of an Impure Genre - On the Origins of Manga
    (Translated by Jennifer Prough) Review of Japanese Culture and Society Volume 14 (December 2002)
    Akiko Mizoguchi Hosei University Male-Male Romance by and for Women in Japan: A History and the Subgenres of Yaoi Fiction
    U.S.-Japan Women's Journal Number 25 (December 2003)
    p. 49-75
    Dr. Kevin Moist Assistant Professor, Communications
    Penn State Altoona
    When Pigs Fly: Anime, Auteurism, and Miyazaki's Porco Rosso
    Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 2, Number 1 (March 2007)
    Michael Barthalow  
    Takashi Momma Lecturer
    Meiji Gakuin University
    Miyazaki Hayao and Japanese Animation
    Journal of Japanese Trade and Industry (July/August 2002)
    Dr. Livia Monnet Professor
    Comparative Literature, Film, and Media Studies
    University of Montreal
  • "Such is the Contrivance of the Cinematograph": Dur(anim)ation, Modernity, and Edo Culture in Tabaimo's Animated Installations
    (2006). S. Brown (Ed.), Cinema Anime: Critical Engagements with Japanese Animation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Towards the feminine sublime, or the story of 'a twinkling monad, shape-shifting across dimension': Intermodatily, fantasy and special effects in cyberpunk film and animation
    Japan Forum Volume 14, Number 2 (September 1, 2002)
  • Josh Morgan   Flying with Miyazaki: Flight as a Metaphor for Power in "Spirited Away"
    Animatrix Magazine Issue 12 (2003)
    Masahiro Morioka Professor, Philosophy and Ethics
    Osaka Prefecture University
    The Structure of the Inner Life of a Philosopher: The Multi-Layered Aspects of Speech
    Original in Japanese (Aru Tetsugakusha no Naimen Kôzô: Katari no nakano Jusôsei).
    (1998). T. Yamaori (Ed.), Nihonjin no Shisô no Jusôsei: Watashi no Shiza kara Kangaeru. Tokyo: Chikuma Shobo.
    Dr. Tessa Morris-Suzuki Professor, Japanese History
    The Australian National University
    Virtual Memories: Japanese History Debates in Manga and Cyberspace
    (With Dr. Peter Rimmer, Emeritus Professor, Pacific and Asian History, The Australian National University
    Asian Studies Review Volume 26, Issue 2 (June 2002)
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    Dr. Takashi Murakami kaikaikiki.co.jp
    Guest Professor, Art
    University of California, Los Angeles
    Impotence Culture - Anime
    (2001). J. Fleming (Ed.), My Reality: Contemporary Art and the Culture of Japanese Animation. New York: Independent Curators.
    Kazumi Nagaike Oita University Perverse Sexualities, Perversive Desires: Representations of Female Fantasies and Yaoi Manga as Pornography Directed at Women
    U.S.-Japan Women's Journal Number 25 (December 2003)
    p. 76-103
    Shinji Nakahara Graduate School of Medicine
    University of Tokyo
    Smoking Scenes in Japanese Comics: A Preliminary Study
    (With M. Ichikawa and S. Wakai)
    Tobacco Control Volume 14, Number 1 (February 2005)
    p. 71
    Ichiya Nakamura ichiya.org
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    Stanford Japan Center - Research
    Japanese Pop Industry
    (2003). Kyoto: Stanford Japan Center - Research.
    Dr. Eldad Nakar Research Fellow
    The Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace
    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Framing Manga: On Narratives of the Second World War in Japanese Manga, 1957-1977
    (2008). M. MacWilliams (Ed.), Japanese Visual Culture: Explorations in the World of Manga and Anime. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
  • Nosing Around: Visual Representation of the Other in Japanese Society
    Anthropological Forum Volume 13, Issue 1(May 2003)
  • Memories of Pilots and Planes: World War II in Japanese Manga, 1957-1967
    Social Science Japan Journal Volume 6, Number 1 (April 2003)
  • Dr. Jun Nakazawa Professor, Early Childhood Psychology
    Chiba University
    Development of Manga (Comic Book) Literacy in Children
    (2006). D. Schwalb, J. Nakazawa, & B. Schwalb (Eds.), Applied Developmental Psychology: Theory, Practice and Research From Japan. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
    Dr. Susan Napier Professor
    German, Russian & Asian Languages and Literature
    Tufts University
  • From Impressionism to Anime: Japan as Fantasy and Fan Cult in the Mind of the West
    (2007). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • "Excuse Me, Who Are You?": Performance, the Gaze, and the Female in the Works of Kon Satoshi
    (2006). S. Brown (Ed.), Cinema Anime: Critical Engagements with Japanese Animation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
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  • The World of Anime Fandom in America
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  • Matter Out of Place: Carnival, Containment, and Cultural Recovery in Miyazaki's Spirited Away
    The Journal of Japanese Studies Volume 32, Number 2 (Summer 2006)
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  • Anime From Akira to Howl's Moving Castle, Updated Edition: Experiencing Contemporary Japanese Animation
    (2005). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • World War II as Trauma, Memory and Fantasy in Japanese Animation
    Japan Focus: an Asia Pacific e-journal (May 31, 2005)
  • The Problem of Existence in Japanese Animation
    APS Proceedings Volume 141, Number 1 (March 2005)
    p. 72-79
  • The Wonderful World of Anime
    Look Japan Volume 49, Issue 571 (October 2003)
  • The Appeal of Anime
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  • When The Machines Stop: Fantasy, Reality, and Terminal Identity in Neon Genesis Evangelion and Serial Experiments Lain
    Science Fiction Studies Volume 29, Part 3 (Number 88, November 2002)
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  • Anime From Akira to Mononoke: Experiencing Contemporary Japanese Animation
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  • The Frenzy of Metamorphosis: The Body in Japanese Pornographic Animation
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  • Confronting Master Narratives: History As Vision in Miyazaki Hayao's Cinema of De-assurance
    Position: East Asia Cultures Critique Volume 9, Number 2 (Fall 2001)
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  • Peek-A-Boo Pikachu: Exporting an Asian Subculture
    Harvard Asia Pacific Review Volume 5, Number 2 (Fall 2001)
  • Mononokehime: A Japanese Phenomenon Goes Global
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  • Did New Treasure Island Revolutionise Framing in Manga?
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  • Japanese Manga: Its Expression and Popularity
    Asian/Pacific Book Development Volume 34, Number 1
    (Issue 133, October 2003)
  • Japanese Manga Encounter the World
    Japan Echo Volume 29, Number 3 (June 2002)
  • Japan's Manga Culture
    The Japan Foundation Newsletter Volume 27, Number 3/4 (March 2000)
  • Dr. Annalee Newitz techsploitation.com
  • Magical girls and atomic bomb sperm: Japanese animation in America
    Film Quarterly Volume 49, Number 1 (Fall 1995)
  • Anime Otaku: Japanese Animation Fans Outside Japan
    Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life Issue 13 (April 1994)
  • Dr. Victoria Newsom Instructor
    Communication Studies
    California State University, Northridge
    Young Females as Super Heroes: Superheroines in the Animated Sailor Moon
    Femspec Volume 5, Issue 2 (2004)
    Eija Niskanen Lecturer
    Art Research
    University of Helsinki
    Untouched Nature: Mediated Animals in Japanese Anime
    Wider Screen 2007 Volume, Issue 2 (March 2007)
    Dr. Benjamin Wai-ming NgAssociate Professor
    Japanese Studies
    The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • The Impact of Japanese Comics and Animation in Asia
    Journal of Japanese Trade and Industry (July/August 2002)
  • Japanese Animation in Singapore: A Historical and Comparative Case Study
    Animation Journal Volume 9, Number 1 (2001)
  • A Comparative Study of Japanese Comics in Southeast Asia and East Asia
    Internatonal Journal of Comic Art Volume 2, Number 1 (Summer 2000)
  • Ross Ng Wing-yee MPhil candidate, Sociology
    The University of Hong Kong
    Log into Comics
    E-Journal on Hong Kong Cultural and Social Studies Issue 2 (August 2002)
    Dr. Craig Norris Assistant Lecturer
    Communication and Media Studies
    Monash University
  • Girl Power: The Female Cyborg in Japanese Anime
    (2007). W. Haselm, A. Ndalianis, & C. Mackie, (Eds.), Super/Heroes: From Hercules to Superman. Washington: New Academia Publishing.
  • Cyborg girls and shape-shifters: The discovery of difference by anime and manga fans in Australia
    Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media Volume 8 (2005)
  • Australian Fandom of Japanese Anime (Animation)
    (2000). I. Ang, S. Chalmers, & L. Law, (Eds.), Alter/Asians: Asian-Australian Identities in Art, Media and Popular Culture. Sydney: Pluto Press Australia.
  • Jessi Nuss   The Fan Quest for Authenticity
    SWET Newsletter Number 112 (July 2006)
    Meghan Strong  
    Amanda Te  
    Lorena O'English Social Sciences Reference/Instruction Librarian
    Washington State University Libraries
    Graphic Novels in Academic Libraries: From Maus to Manga and Beyond
    The Journal of Academic Librarianship Volume 32, Issue 2 (March 2006)
    Gregory Matthews Cataloging Librarian
    Washington State University Libraries
    Elizabeth Lindsay Head, Library Instruction
    Washington State University Libraries
    Dr. Fusami Ogi Associate Professor
    Chikushi Jogakuen University
  • Shimizu Isao: A Pioneer in Japanese Comics (Manga) Scholarship
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 5, Number 2 (Fall 2003)
  • Female Subjectivity and Shoujo (Girls) Manga (Japanese Comics): Shoujo in Ladies' Comics and Young Ladies' Comics
    The Journal of Popular Culture Volume 36, Issue 4 (May 2003)
  • Beyond Shoujo, Blending Gender: Subverting the Homogendered World in Shoujo Manga (Japanese Comics for Girls)
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 3, Number 2 (Fall 2001)
  • Gender Insubordination in Japanese Comics (Manga) for Girls
    (2000). J. Lent (Ed.), Illustrating Asia: Comics, Humor Magazines, and Picture Books. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
  • Dr. Minako O'Hagan Lecturer, Translation Technology
    Dublin City University
  • Manga, Anime and Video Games: Globalizing Japanese Cultural Production
    Perspectives: Studies in Translatology Volume 14, Number 4 (October 2007)
    p. 242-247
  • Impact of DVD on Translation: Language Options as an Essential Add-On Feature
    Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies Volume 13, Number 2 (May 2007)
    p. 157-168
  • Rei Okamoto  
  • Images of the Enemy in the Wartime Manga Magazine, 1941-1945
    (2001). J. Lent (Ed.), Illustrating Asia: Comics, Humor Magazines and Picture Books. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
  • 'Fuku-chan' Goes to Java: Images of Indonesia in a Japanese Wartime Newspaper Comic Strip
    Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science Volume 25, Number 1 (1997)
  • Portrayal of the War and Enemy in Japanese Wartime Cartoons
    Journal of Asian Pacific Communication Volume 7, Number 1 (1996)
  • The Japanese Comic Strip 'Fuku-chan' (Little Fuku)
    Philippines Communication Journal (March 1993)
  • Rieko Okuhara MA candidate
    Clinical Psychology
    Toyo Eiwa University
    Walking Along with Nature: A Psychological Interpretation of My Neighbor Totoro
    The Looking Glass: An On-Line Children's Literature Journal Volume 10, Issue 2
    (April 2006)
    Marco Olivier Journalism, Media and Philosophy
    Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
    Nihilism in Japanese Anime
    South African Journal of Art History Volume 22, Issue 3 (2007)
    p. 55-69
    Kosei Ono Professor
    University of Tokyo
  • Girls' Own Comics
    Look Japan (September 2002)
  • Manga Publishing: Trends in the United States
    Japanese Book News Volume 16 (Winter 1996)
  • Manga Publishing: Trends in Asia
    Japanese Book News Volume 15 (Fall 1996)
  • Yoko Ono Senior Lecturer, Japanese and Film Studies
    Oxford Brookes University
    Listen to me: Influence of Shojo manga on contemporary Japanese women's writing
    (2005). R. Homem & M. de Fatima Lambert (Eds.), Writing and Seeing: Essays on Word and Image. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
    Dr. Natsu Onoda Visiting Professor
    Theater and Performance Studies
    Georgetown University
  • Tezuka Osamu and the Star System
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 5, Number 1 (Spring 2003)
  • Drag Prince in Spotlight: Theatrical Cross-Dressing in Osamu Tezuka's Early Shojo Manga
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 4, Number 2 (Fall 2002)
  • Dr. Sharalyn Orbaugh Associate Professor, Asian Studies
    University of British Columbia
  • Emotional Infectivity: Cyborg Affect and the Limits of the Human
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga, and the Game Arts Volume 3 (2008)
    p. 150-172
  • Frankenstein and the Cyborg Metropolis: The Evolution of Body and City in Science Fiction Narratives
    (2006). S. Brown (Ed.), Cinema Anime: Critical Engagements with Japanese Animation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • The Genealogy of the Cyborg in Japanese Popular Culture
    (2005). K. Wong, G. Westfalh, & A Chan (Eds.), World Weavers: Globalization, Science Fiction, and the Cybernetic Revolution. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  • Busty Battlin' Babes: The Evolution of the Shojo in 1990's Visual Culture
    (2003). J. Mostow, N. Bryson, & M. Graybill (Eds.), Gender and Power in the Japanese Visual Field. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.
  • Creativity and Constraint in Amateur Manga Production
    U.S.-Japan Women's Journal Number 25 (December 2003)
    p. 104-124.
  • Sex and the Single Cyborg: Japanese Popular Culture Experiments in Subjectivity
    Science Fiction Studies Volume 29, Part 3 (Number 88, November 2002)
  • Dr. Melek Su Ortabasi Assistant Professor
    Japanese and Comparative Literature
    Hamilton College
  • National History as Otaku Fantasy: Kon Satoshi's Millennium Actress
    (2008). M. MacWilliams (Ed.), Japanese Visual Culture: Explorations in the World of Manga and Anime. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
    p. 274-294
  • Teaching Modern Japanese History with Animation: Satoshi Kon's Millennium Actress
    Education About Asia Volume 12, Number 1 (Spring 2007)
    p. 62-65
  • Indexing the Past: Visual Language and Translatability in Kon Satoshi's Millennium Actress
    Perspectives: Studies in Translatology Volume 14, Number 4 (2007)
    p. 278-291
  • Fictional Fantasy or Historical Fact? The Search for Japanese Identity in Miyazaki Hayao's Mononokehime
    (2000). D. Slaymaker (Ed.),
    A Century of Popular Culture in Japan. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen.
    p. 199-228
  • Mariana Ortega-Brena   Peek-a-Boo, I See You: Watching Japanese Hard-Core Animation
    Sexuality & Culture Volume 13, Number 1 (March 2009)
    p. 17-31
    Andrew Osmond  
  • Castles in the Sky
    Sight and Sound: The International Film Magazine Volume 15, Number 10 (October 2005)
  • Anime Magic
    Sight and Sound: The International Film Magazine Volume 11, Number 11 (November 2001)
  • Nausicaa and the Fantasy of Hayao Miyazaki
    Foundation: the International Review of Science Fiction Issue 72 (Spring 1998)
  • Dr. Carol Ota   The Relay of Gazes: Representations of Culture in the Japanese Televisual and Cinematic Experience
    (2007). Lanham, MD: Lexington Books
    Dr. Nissim Otmazgin East Asian Studies
    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Contesting Soft Power: Japanese Popular Culture in East and Southeast Asia
    International Relations of the Asia-Pacific Volume 8, Number 1 (January 2008)
  • Japanese Popular Culture in East and Southeast Asia: Time for a Regional Paradigm?
    Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia Issue 8/9 (March/October 2007)  
  • Mark Page   The History of Japanese Post War Manga and Anime
    Cabbages and Kings: Selected Essays in History and Australian Studies Volume 22 (1994)
    p. 107-133
    Dr. Dru Pagliassotti drupagliassotti.com
    Associate Professor, Communications
    California Lutheran University
    Reading Boys' Love in the West
    Particip@tions: Journal of Audience & Reception Studies Volume 5, Issue 2
    (November 2008)
    Dr. Rajyashree Pandey Associate Professor, Asian Studies
    La Trobe University
  • Medieval Genealogies of Manga Horror
    (2008). M. MacWilliams (Ed.), Japanese Visual Culture: Explorations in the World of Manga and Anime. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
  • The Pre in the Postmodern: The Horror Manga of Hino Hideshi
    Japanese Studies Volume 21, Number 3 (December 2001)
  • The medieval in manga
    Postcolonial Studies: Culture, Politics, Economy Volume 3, Number 1 (April 2000)
  • Dr. Jane Chi Hyun Park Assistant Professor, Ethnic Studies
    The University of Oklahoma
    Stylistic Crossings: Cyberpunk Impulses in Anime
    World Literature Today Volume 79, Number 3/4 (September-December 2005)
    Dr. Jin Park School of Journalism and Mass Communication
    University of Colorado at Boulder
    'Creating My Own Cultural and Spiritual Bubble': Case of Cultural Consumption by Spiritual Seeker Anime Fans
    Culture and Religion Volume 6, Number 3 (November 2005)
    Marco Pellitteri PhD candidate
    Sociology and Social Research
    University of Trento
  • Pornography and Sinaesthesia in Manga: Multi-Sensorial Reception of Eros in Japanese Comics
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 9, Issue 2 (Fall 2007)
  • Japanese Comics Abroad: The Case of Italy - A Short History of Manga's Social and Cultural Perception in the Bel Paese
    (2006). S.D. Kim & M.Y. Lee (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference 'Mobile and Pop Culture in Asia'. Gwangju: Asia's Future Initiative
  • East of Oliver Twist: Japanese Culture and European Influences in Animated TV Series for Children and Adolescents
    The Japanese Journal of Animation Studies Volume 7, Issue 3 (Fall 2006)
    p. 57-70
  • Manga in Italy: History of a Powerful Cultural Hybridization
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 8, Issue 2 (Fall 2006)
    p. 56-76
  • Mass Trans-Culture from East to West, and Back
    The Japanese Journal of Animation Studies Volume 5, Issue 1 (Spring 2004)
  • Dr. Matthew Penney Assistant Professor, History
    Concordia University
  • Right Angles: Examining Accounts of Japanese Neo-Nationalism (with Bryce Wakefield, Program Associate, Asia Program, Woordrow Wilson International Center for Scholars)
    Pacific Affairs: An International Review of Asia and the Pacific Volume 81, Number 4 (Winter 2008/2009)
    p. 537-555
  • War and Japan: The Non-Fiction Manga of Mizuki Shigeru
    The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus (September 21, 2008)
  • Far from Oblivion: The Nanking Massacre in Japanese Historical Writing for Children and Young Adults
    Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Volume 22, Number 1 (Spring 2008)
    p. 25-48
  • 'War Fantasy' and Reality - 'War as Entertainment' and Counter-Narratives in Japanese Popular Culture
    Japanese Studies Volume 27, Issue 1 (May 2007)
  • Rising Sun, Iron Cross - Military Germany in Japanese Popular Culture
    Japanstudien: Jahrbuch des Deutschen Instituts fur Japanstudien Volume 17 (2005)
  • Dr. Luis Perez Gonzalez Lecturer, Translation Studies
    The University of Manchester
    Fansubbing Anime: Insights into the 'Butterfly Effect' of Globalization on Audiovisual Translation
    Perspectives: Studies in Translatology Volume 14, Number 4 (2007)
    Dr. Timothy Perper  
  • The Education of Desire: Futari Etchi and the Globalization of Sexual Tolerance
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 2 (2007)
  • Lurkers at the Threshold: Saya and the Nature of Evil
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 2 (2007)
  • In the Sound of the Bells: Freedom and Revolution in Revolutionary Girl Utena
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 1 (2006)
  • Non-Western Sexuality Comes to the U.S.: A Crash Course in Manga and Anime for Sexologists
    Contemporary Sexuality Volume 39, Number 3 (March 2005)
  • Sex, Love, and Women in Japanese Comics
    (2004). R. Francouer & R. Noonan (Eds.), The Continuum Complete Encyclopedia of Sexuality. New York: Continuum.
  • Eroticism for the Masses: Japanese Manga Comics and Their Assimilation into the U.S.
    Sexuality and Culture Volume 6, Number 1 (January 2002)
  • Martha Cornog  
    Dr. Susanne Phillipps Institute for Japanese Studies
    Freie Universitat Berlin
  • Characters, Themes and Narrative Patterns in the Manga of Osamu Tezuka
    (2008). M. MacWilliams (Ed.), Japanese Visual Culture: Explorations in the World of Manga and Anime. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
  • Images of Asia in Japanese Best-selling Manga
    Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies (March 25, 2002)
  • Tim Pitcher   The Manga Culture
    Criminal Justice Matters Volume 11, Number 1 (Spring 1993)
    Susan Pointon   Transcultural Orgasm as Apocalypse: Urutsokidoji: The Legend of the Overfiend
    Wide Angle Volume 19, Issue 3 (July 1997)
    Shinobu Price   Cartoons from Another Planet: Japanese Animation as Cross-Cultural Communication
    The Journal of American Culture Volume 24, Issue 1/2 (Spring/Summer 2001)
    Mariano Prunes   Having It Both Ways: Making Children's Films an Adult Matter in Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro
    Asian Cinema Volume 14, Number 1 (Spring/Summer 2003)
    p. 45-55
    Luca Raffaelli Director
    I Castelli Animati International Animated Film Festival
    Disney, Warner Bros. and Japanese Animation: Three world views
    (1997). J. Pilling (Ed.), A Reader in Animation Studies. Sydney: John Libbey & Company, Ltd.
    Dr. Hema Ramachandran Visiting Assistant Professor
    Cinema & Photography
    Southern Illinois University
    The Animation of Anne: Japanese Anime Encounters the Diary of a Holocaust Icon
    Post Script Volume 24, Number 1 (Fall 2004)
    John Ranyard   Japanese Anime and the Life of the Soul: Full Metal Alchemist
    Psychological Perspectives: A Semiannual Journal of Jungian Thought
    Volume 49, Issue 2 (December 2006)
    Dr. Dennis Redmond PhD candidate
    Communications
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Animation, Anime, and the Cultural Logic of Asianization
    (2008). J.P. Telotte (Ed.). The Essential Science Fiction Television Reader. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky
    p. 127-142
  • Anime and East Asian Culture: Neon Genesis Evangelion
    Quarterly Review of Film and Video Volume 24, Issue 2 (March 2007)
  • The World is Watching: Video as Multinational Aesthetics, 1968-1995
    (2003). Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.
  • Dr. Noriko T. Reider Associate Professor
    German, Russian & East Asian Languages
    Miami University
    Spirited Away: Film of the Fantastic and Evolving Japanese Film Symbols
    Film Criticism Volume 29, Number 3 (Spring 2005)
    Dr. Leonard Rifas Humanities
    Seattle Central Community College
    Globalizing Comic Books from Below: How Manga Came to America
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 6, Number 2 (Fall 2004)
    Aarnoud Rommens PhD candidate
    Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism
    University of Western Ontario
    Manga Story-Telling/Showing
    Image & Narrative: Online Magazine of the Visual Narrative Issue 1 (August 2000)
    Dr. William D. Routt Lecturer, Cinema Studies
    La Trobe University
  • De Anime: On the Soul
    (2007). A. Cholodenko (Ed.), The Illusion of Life 2: More Essays on Animation. Sydney: Power Publications.
  • Stillness and style in Neon Genesis Evangelion
    Animation Journal Volume 8, Issue 2 (Spring 2000)
  • Dr. Caroline Ruddell Lecturer
    Film and Television
    St. Mary's University College
  • From the 'Cinematic' to the 'Anime-ic': Issues of Movement in Anime
    Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 3, Number 2 (July 2008)
    p. 113-128
  • Breaking Boundaries: The Representation of Split Identity in Anime
    Animation Studies Volume 2 (2007)
    p. 17-23
  • Brian Ruh animeresearch.com
    PhD candidate
    Communication and Culture
    Indiana University
  • Brain-Diving Batou
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 2 (2007)
  • The Robots from Takkun's Head: Cyborg Adolescence in FLCL
    (2006). S. Brown (Ed.), Cinema Anime: Critical Engagements with Japanese Animation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Creating "Amateur" Manga in the US: Pedadogy, Professionalism, and Authenticity
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 7, Number 2 (Fall 2005)
  • Stray Dog of Anime: The Films of Mamuro Oshii
    (2004). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Dr. Rumi Sakamoto Senior Lecturer, Japanese
    The University of Aukland
    "Will yo go to war? Or will you stop being Japanese?" Nationalism and History in Kobayashi Yoshinori's Sensoron
    Japan Focus: an Asia Pacific e-journal (January 14, 2008)
    Vivienne Sales Reference Librarian, Prescott Library
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
    Web Watch: Manga
    Library Journal Volume 128, Number 2 (February 1, 2003)
    Mary Sanches   Contemporary Japanese Youth: Mass Media Communication
    Youth and Society Volume 8, Number 4 (June 1977)
    Leonard Sanders   Virtual Ephemeralities: Idoru and Evangelion, Popular Visual Cultures in Japan
    (2005). M. Heusser, M. Hannoosh, E. Haskell, et al. (Eds.), On Verbal/Visual Representation: Word & Image Interactions IV. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
    p. 137-150
    Kenji Sato Associate Professor, Sociology
    University of Tokyo
    More Animated Than Life
    Kyoto Journal Issue 46 (Winter 2001)
    Dr. Joseph Schaub Assistant Professor
    Communication Arts
    College of Notre Dame of Maryland
    Kusanagi's Body: Gender and Technology in Mecha-Anime
    Asian Journal of Communication Volume 11, Number 2 (June 2001)
    Alan Schwartz PhD candidate
    Language, Reading & Culture
    University of Arizona
    Understanding the Manga Hype: Uncovering the Multimodality of Comic-Book Literacies
    Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy Volume 50, Number 1 (September 2006)
    Dr. Eliane Rubinstein-Avila Assistant Professor
    Language, Reading and Culture
    University of Arizona
    Dr. Deborah Shamoon Assistant Professor
    East Asian Languages and Literatures
    University of Notre Dame
  • Situating the Shojo in Shojo Manga: Teenage Girls, Romance Comics, and Contemporary Japanese Culture
    (2008). M. MacWilliams (Ed.), Japanese Visual Culture: Explorations in the World of Manga and Anime. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
  • Revolutionary Romance: The Rose of Versailles and the Transformation of Shojo Manga.
    Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts Volume 2
    (2007)
  • Office Sluts and Rebel Flowers: The Pleasures of Japanese Pornographic Comics for Women
    (2004). L. Williams (Ed.), Porn studies. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
  • Focalization and Narrative Voice in the Novels and Comics of Uchida Shungiku
    International Journal of Comic Art Volume 5, Number 1 (Spring 2003)
  • Jasper Sharp   Forgotten roots of Japanimation: In prase of shadows
    Film International Volume 4, Number 3 (Issue 21, July 2001)
    Masaaki Shindoh Manager, International Division
    Shogakukan Inc.
    "Doraemon" in Learning Materials
    Asian/Pacific Book Development Volume 34, Number 1 (Issue 133, October 2003)
    Dr. Carl Silvio Assistant Professor, English
    Monroe Community College
  • Animated Bodies and Cybernetic Selves: The Animatrix and the Question of Posthumanity
    (2006). S. Brown (Ed.), Cinema Anime: Critical Engagements with Japanese Animation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Anime, Both Global and Local: Susan J. Napier's Anime from Akira to Princess Mononoke
    Science Fiction Studies Volume 29, Part 3 (Number 88, November 2002)
  • Refiguring the Radical Cyborg in Mamoru Oshii's Ghost in the Shell
    Science Fiction Studies Volume 26, Part 1 (Number 77, March 1999)
  • Dr. Roblyn Simeon Associate Professor
    International Business
    San Francisco State University
    A conceptual model linking brand building strategies and Japanese popular culture
    Marketing Intelligence and Planning Volume 24, Issue 5 (2006)
    p. 463-476.
    Dr. Lars-Martin Sorensen Postdoctoral Research Fellow
    Film and Media Studies
    University of Copenhagen
  • The Bestseller Recipe: A Natural Explanation of the Global Success of Anime
    Post Script (forthcoming)
  • Animated Animism - The Global Ways of Japan's National Spirits
    Northern Lights: Film and Media Studies Yearbook Volume 6, Issue 1 (June 2008)
    p. 181-196.
  • Dr. Wayne Stein Assistant Professor
    English
    University of Central Oklahoma
    The Western Eastern: De-Coding Hybridity and CyberZen Gothic in Vampire Hunter D (1985)
    (with John Edgar Browning)
    (2008). Andrew H.S. Ng (Ed.), Asian Gothic: Essays on Literature, Film and Anime. Jefferson, NC: McFarland
    p. 210-223.
    Dr. Ferenc Szasz Professor
    History
    University of New Mexico
    Atomic Heroes and Atomic Monsters: American and Japanese Cartoonists Confront the Onset of the Nuclear Age, 1945–80
    The Historian Volume 69, Issue 4 (Winter 2007)
    p. 728-752
    Issei Takechi Lecturer
    Digital Hollywood University
    Dr. Isolde Standish Senior Lecturer
    Film and Media Studies
    University of London
    Akira, Postmodernism and Resistance
    (1998). D. Martinez (Ed.), The Worlds of Japanese Popular Culture: Gender, Shifting Boundaries and Global Cultures. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    Jesse Stanley   Anime 101
    Japan Ink: An Online Journal of Japanese Studies
    Marc Steinberg PhD candidate, Modern Culture & Media
    Brown University
  • Immobile Sections and Trans-Series Movement: Astroboy and the Emergence of Anime
    Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal Volume 1, Number 2 (November 2006)
  • Otaku Consumption, Superflat Art and the Return to Edo
    Japan Forum Volume 16, Issue 3 (November 2004)
  • The Trajectory of Apocalypse: Pleasure and Destruction in Akira and Evangelion
    East Asia Volume Volume 8/9 (Fall 1999/Fall 2000)
  • Dr. John Stephens Professor, English
    Macquarie University
    'Nothing Dirty About Turning on a Machine': Loving Your Mechanoid in Contemporary Manga
    Papers: Explorations into Children's Literature Volume 14, Issue 2 (August 2004)
    Dr. Mio Bryce Lecturer, Asian Languages
    Macquarie University
    Dr. Stephen Stockwell Associate Professor
    Journalism and Public Relations
    Griffith University
    Dealing with world domination: Lessons from The Powerpull Girls and friends
    Media International Australia Number 113 (November 2004)
    Amanda Street   The Religious Functions of Pokemon
    GOLEM: Journal of Religion and Monsters Volume 1, Issue 1 (Spring 2006)
    Yoshinori Sugano President
    Genseisha, Inc.
    Manga and Non-Photorealistic Rendering
    (Translated by Chiaki Hisaka and Michael Arias)
    Computer Graphics Quarterly Volume 32, Number 1 (February 1999)
    p. 65-66
    Dr. Kazuko Suzuki Lecturer
    Sociology
    Texas A&M University
    Pornography or Therapy? Japanese Girls Creating the Yaoi Phenomenon
    (1998). S. Inness (Ed.), Millennium Girls: Today's Girls Around the World. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
    Kaoru Takamura   Japanese Society and the Psychopath
    Japan Echo Volume 24, Issue 4 (October 1997)
    Masaaki Noda Professor, Psychopathology
    Kyoto Women's University
    Osamu Takeuchi Professor, Communications
    Osaka International University
    Japanese Manga: Research and Criticism
    Japanese Book News Volume 15 (Fall 1996)
    Scott Thill  
  • Of Psychotic Environments and Corporate Hallucinations: THe Animatrix on DVD
    Bright Lights Film Journal Issue 41 (August 2003)
  • The Wizard of Awe: Hayao Miyazaki's Spirited Away
    Bright Lights Film Journal Issue 38 (November 2002)
  • Joanne Thomas   The History of Anime and Manga
    Pif Magazine (September 2000)
    Jolyon Baraka Thomas MA candidate, religion
    University of Hawaii at Manoa
    Shukyo Asobi and Miyazaki Hayao's Anime
    Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions Volume 10, Number 3 (February 2007)
    Matt Thorn matt-thorn.com
    Associate Professor
    Cartoon & Comic Art
    Kyoto Seika University
  • Japan: The Hollywood of Manga
    Japan Echo Volume 33, Number 2 (April 2006)
    Original in Japanese (Chohen manga taikoku Nippon)
    Ronza February 2006
  • Girls and Women Getting Out of Hand: The Pleasure and Politics of Japan's Amateur Comics Community
    (2004). W. Kelly (Ed.), Fanning the Flames: Fandoms and Consumer Culture in Contemporary Japan. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press.
  • Shojo Manga - Something for the Girls
    Japan Quarterly Volume 48, Number 3 (July/September 2001)
  • Dr. Masami Toku Assistant Professor
    Art and Art History
    California State University, Chico
  • What is Manga?: The Influence of Pop-culture in Adolescent Art
    Journal of Art Education Volume 54, Number 2 (March 2001)
  • Cross-Cultural Analysis of Artistic Development: Drawings by Japanese and U.S. Children
    Visual Arts Research Volume 27, Number 1 (Issue 53)
  • Influence of Pop-culture in Children's Art: Possibilities of implementing manga in art education curricula
    Web Journal of Art and Education
  • Nobuo Tsuji Professor
    The University of Tokyo
    Early Medieval Picture Scrolls as Ancestors of Anime and Manga
    (2001). N. Coulidge Rousmaniere (Ed.), Births and Rebirths in Japanese Art. Leiden: Hotei Publishing.
    Dr. Maia Tsurumi  
  • Gender Roles and Girls' Comics in Japan: The Girls and Guys of Yukan Club
    (2000). T. Craig (Ed.), Japan Pop!: Inside the World of Japanese Popular Culture. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
  • Gender and Girls' Comics in Japan
    Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars Volume 29, Number 2 (April-June 1997)
  • Dr. John A. Tucker Associate Professor, History
    Eastern Carolina University
    Anime and Historical Inversion in Miyazaki Hayao's Princess Mononoke
    Japan Studies Review Volume 7 (2003)
    Dr. Junko Ueno Assistant Professor, Japanese
    Union College
    "Shojo" and Adult Women: A Linguistic Analysis of Gender Identity in "Manga" (Japanese Comics)
    Women and Language Volume 26, Number 1 (Spring 2006)
    Toshiya Ueno Associate Professor
    Expressive Cultures
    Wako University
    Japanimation and Techno-Orientalism: Japan as the Sub-Empire of Signs
    Documentary Box Number 9 (December 31, 1996)
    Cobus Van Staden  
  • Loudmouth: Global Capitalism, Local Culture and Kureyon Shin-chan
    Multicultural Studies Volume 7 (March 2007)
  • Exporting Stories: Global Capitalism, Narrative Design and Anime
    Iconics Volume 8 (2006)
  • Dr. Vivian Vasquez Assistant Professor, Education
    American University
    What Pokémon Can Teach Us about Learning and Literacy
    Language Arts Volume 81, Number 2 (October 2003)
    Mako Wakasa   Interview: Takashi Murakami
    Journal of Contemporary Art
    Takesato Watanabe Professor
    Journalism and Mass Communication
    Doshisha University
    Japan's Media at Present
    Doshisha Social Science Review Number 55 (September 1996)
    James Welker PhD candidate, East Asian Languages and Cultures
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Lilies of the Margin: Beautiful Boys and Queer Female Identities in Japan.
    (2008) F. Martin, P. Jackson, M. McLelland & A. Yue (Eds.), AsiaPacifiQueer: Rethinking Genders and Sexualities. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.
    p. 46-66
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    Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society Volume 31, Number 3
    (Spring 2006)
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    Becoming Japanese: Manga, Children's Drawings, and the Construction of National Character
    (2002). L. Bresler & C. Marmé Thompson (Eds.), The Arts in Children's Lives. Amsterdam: Springer.
    Dr. Kin Yuen Wong Professor, Intercultural Studies
    Chinese University of Hong Kong
    On the Edge of Spaces: Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell and Hong Kong's Cityscape
    Science Fiction Studies Volume 27, Part 1 (Number 80, March 2000)
    Dr. Wendy Siuyi Wong Associate Professor, Design
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  • Andrea Wood PhD candidate
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    University of Florida
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    The South Atlantic Quarterly Volume 99, Number 4 (Fall 2000)
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