Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies – 2000

As with all editions of the Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies, it is likely that this list is not complete. Recommendations or suggestions for additional entries to add are always welcome!

Books
Total Published: 2

Kinsella, Sharon. Adult manga: Culture and power in contemporary Japanese society. Richmond, Great Britain: Curzon.

Poitras, Gilles. Anime essentials: Every thing a fan should know. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge.

Book Chapters
Total Published: 12

Allison, Anne. Can popular culture go global?: How Japanese ‘scouts’ and ‘rangers’ fare in the US. In Douglas Slaymaker (Ed.), A century of popular culture in Japan. (pp. 127-154). Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen.

Allison, Anne. Sailor Moon: Japanese superheroes for global girls. In Timothy J. Craig (Ed.), Japan pop!: Inside the world of Japanese popular culture (pp. 259-278). Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.

Desser, David. From enka to anime: Popular Japanese cinema, 1945-1990. In Douglas Slaymaker (Ed.), A century of popular culture in Japan. (pp. 79-100). Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen.

Izawa, Eri. The romantic, passionate Japanese in anime: A look at the hidden Japanese soul (pp. 138-153). In Timothy J. Craig (Ed.), Japan pop!: Inside the world of Japanese popular culture (pp. 138-153). Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.

Jenkins, Henry. Reception theory and audience research: The mystery of the vampire’s kiss. In Christine Gledhill & Linda Williams (Eds.), Reinventing film studies (pp. 165-182). New York: Oxford University Press.

Lee, William. From Sazae-san to Crayon Shin-chan: Family anime, nostalgia, and social change in Japan. In Timothy J. Craig (Ed.), Japan pop!: Inside the world of Japanese popular culture. (pp. 186-203). Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.

Lefevre, Pascal. The importance of being ‘published’: A comparative study of different comics formats. In Anne Magnussen & Hans-Christian Christiansen (Eds.), Comics and culture: Analytical and theoretical approaches to comics (pp. 91-106). Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press.

MacWilliams, Mark. Japanese comic books and religion: Osamu Tezuka’s story of the Buddha (pp. 109-137). In Timothy J. Craig (Ed.), Japan pop!: Inside the world of Japanese popular culture (pp. 109-137). Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.

Norris, Craig. Australian fandom of Japanese anime (animation). In I. Ang (Ed.), Alter/Asians: Asian-Australian identities in art, media and popular culture (pp. 218-231). Sydney: Pluto Press.

Ortabasi, Melek. Fictional fantasy or historical fact? The search for Japanese identity in Miyazaki Hayao’s Mononokehime. In Douglas Slaymaker (Ed.), A century of popular culture in Japan. (pp. 199-228). Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen.

Shiraishi, Saya. Doraemon goes abroad. In Timothy J. Craig (Ed.), Japan pop!: Inside the world of Japanese popular culture. (pp. 278-308). Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.

Tsurumi, Maia. Gender roles and girls’ comics in Japan: The girls and guys of Yukan Club. In Timothy J. Craig (Ed.), Japan pop!: Inside the world of Japanese popular culture (pp. 171-185). Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.

Articles
Total Published: 28

Allison, Anne. A challenge to Hollywood? Japanese character goods hit the US. Japanese Studies, 20(1), 67-88.

Arai, Andrea G. The “wild child” of 1990s Japan. The South Atlantic Quarterly, 99(4), 841-863.

Black, Daniel. An anatomy of light: Corporeality and identity in animation. Metro Magazine, 121/122, 31-36.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Ceglia, Simonetta, & Caldesi Valeri, Valerio. Maison Ikkoku. Image [&] Narrative: Online Magazine of the Visual Narrative, 1(1).

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Couch, Chris. The publication and formats of comics, graphic novels, and tankobon. Image [&] Narrative: Online Magazine of the Visual Narrative, 1(1).

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Fisch, Michael. Nation, war and Japan’s future in the science fiction anime Patlabor II. Science Fiction Studies, 27(1), 49-68.

Ito, Kinko. The manga culture in Japan. Japan Studies Review, 4, 1-16.
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Jungheim, Nicholas O. Nonverbal behavior and refusals in Japanese anime: Sazae-san. Pragmatic Matters, 2(1), 9-10.
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Kubo, Masakazu. Why Pokemon was successful in America. Japan Echo, 27(2), 59-62.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Lent, John A. Animation in Asia: Appropriation, reinterpretation, and adoption or adaptation. Screening the Past, 11.

Lewis, Dana. Unlikely ambassadors: The surprising appeal of manga overseas. The Japan Foundation Newsletter, 27(3-4), 7-9, 11.
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Mayfield, Milton, Mayfield, Jackie, Genestre, Alain, & Marcu, Magda. Manga and the pirates: Unlikely allies for strategic growth. SAM Advanced Management Journal, 65(3), 35-40.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** McLelland, Mark. Male homosexuality and popular culture in modern Japan. Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, 3.

McLelland, Mark. No climax, no point, no meaning? Japanese women’s boy-love sites on the Internet. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 24(3), 274-291.

McLelland, Mark J. The love between ‘beautiful boys’ in Japanese women’s comics. Journal of Gender Studies, 9(1), 13-25.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Mescallado, Ray. Otaku nation: Books on Japanese comics and animated films. Science Fiction Studies, 27(1), 132-146.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Mousoulis, Bill. Physicality in Tombstone for Fireflies. Senses of Cinema, 5.

Napier, Susan J. Mononokehime: A Japanese phenomenon goes global. Persimmon: Asian Literature, Arts, and Culture, 1(1), 90-93.

Natsume, Fusanosuke. Japan’s manga culture. The Japanese Foundation Newsletter, 27(3-4), 1-6.
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Ng, Wai-Ming. A comparative study of Japanese comics in Southeast Asia and East Asia. International Journal of Comic Art, 2(1), 44-56.

Pandey, Rajyashree. The medieval in manga. Postcolonial Studies, 3(1), 19-32.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Rommens, Aarnoud. Manga story-telling/showing. Image [&] Narrative: Online Magazine of the Visual Narrative, 1(1).

Routt, William D. Stillness and style in ‘Neon Genesis Evangelion’. Animation Journal, 8(1), 28-43.

Thomas, Joanne. The history of manga and anime. Pif Magazine.
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*** OPEN ACCESS *** Toku, Masami. Influence of pop culture in children’s art: Possibilities of implementing manga in art educational curricula. Web Journal of Art and Education.

Yoda, Tomiko. A roadmap to millennial Japan. The South Atlantic Quarterly, 99(4), 629-668.

Yokota, Masao. Isao Takahata: The animation director who worries about the mental health of the young generation. The Japanese Journal of Animation Studies, 2(1A), 13-18.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Yuen, Wong Kin. On the edge of spaces: Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell, and Hong Kong’s cityscape. Science Fiction Studies, 27(1), 1-21.