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Classes and Programs: Colleges and universities throughout the world (outside of Japan) that have offered classes on anime and manga or classes with a significant focus on anime and manga. Where available, links to class webpages or copies of class syllabi are provided
People: Selected professors, graduate students, and other experts who have published, presented taught courses on anime and manga

Classes and Programs
[college/university Name] [class title]
Bellevue Community College Anime Revealed
Bowdoin College Japanimation and Manga
California State University, Monterey Bay Currents in Japanese Popular Culture
College of DuPage Japanese Anime
Japanese Anime II
Karel de Grote Hogeschool Manga Today
Macalester College Japanimation and Manga: Modern History and Material Culture in Modern Japan
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Japanese Animation: Still Pictures, Moving Minds
Middlebury College Japanese Visual Culture
National University of Singapore Writing and Critical Thinking: Aesthetic Transformation
Oberlin College Anime 2002: Fushigi Yuugi
Anime 2002: Mecha 101
Pima Community College Japanese Anime and Fantastic Literature
Portland State University Japanese Animation and Manga
State University of New York - Buffalo Sexual Difference: Major Debates in "Difference Feminism"
Union College Youth and Popular Culture
University of Arizona Critical Issues in Japanese Animation
UCLA Extension (University of California, Los Angeles) Entertainment Goes "Pop": The Future of Manga and Anime from the Japanese Point-of-View
University of Melbourne Zen and Manga: The Art of Japan
University of Michigan Anime
University of Oregon Tokyo Cyberpunk
University of Rochester Japanese Animation (Anime)
University of Texas, Austin The World of Japanese Animation: Aesthetics, Commerce, Culture
University of Texas, Dallas Reading and Writing Texts: Natural Wonders
Vanderbilt University Explorations of Japanese Animation
Washington University - St. Louis Introduction to Japanese Pop Culture: Animated Movies
People
[name] [position/affiliation]
Allison, Anne Associate Professor, Cultural Anthropology
Duke University
Allison, Brent Doctoral Candidate, Social Foundations of Education
University of Georgia
Maureen Donovan Japanese Studies Librarian
The Ohio State University
Eng, Lawrence Lawmune's Netspace
Doctoral Candidate, Science and Technology Studies
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Gardner, William Assistant Professor, Japanese
Swarthmore College
Kinsella, Dr. Sharon Sharon Kinsella Publications
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Yale University
Landow, Dr. George P. Websites Created and Maintaned by George P. Landow
Professor, English and Art History, Brown University
Professor, English and Digital Culture, National University of Singapore
Levi, Dr. Antonia Antonia Levi, Ph.D. Home Page
Assistant Professor, University Studies, Portland State University
Long, Dr. Margherita Department of Comparative Literature - Margherita Long
Assistant Professor, Comparative Literature
State University of New York - Buffalo
Dr. Mark MacWilliams Homepage of Dr. Mark W. MacWilliams
Assistant Professor, Religious Studies
St. Lawrence University
McLelland, Dr. Mark Post-Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies
University of Queensland
Napier, Dr. Susan Susan Napier: Faculty Profile
Professor, Asian Studies
University of Texas
Newitz, Dr. Annalee techsploitation.com
Media/Policy Analyst
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Nornes, Dr. Mark H. Marx Home Page
Assistant Professor, Asian Languages and Cultures
Assisant Professor, Program in Film and Video
University of Michigan
Gilles Poitras koyagi.com
Access Services Librarian
Golden Gate University
Ruh, Brian AnimeResearch.com
Doctoral Candidate, Communication and Culture
Indiana University - Bloomington
Sato, Kumiko Kumi's Page
Assistant Professor, Japanese Studies
Earlham College
Schodt, Frederik L. Jai2, the World of Frederik L. Schodt
Thorn, Matt matt-thorn.com
Associate Professor, Cartoon and Comic Art
Kyoto Seika University
Ueno, Toshiya Associate Professor, Expressive Cultures
Wako University