Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies – 2001

Books
Total Published: 1

Napier, Susan J. Anime from Akira to Princess Mononoke: Experiencing contemporary Japanese animation. New York: Palgrave.

Reference Guides
Total Published: 1

Clements, Jonathan, & McCarthy, Helen. The anime encyclopedia: A guide to Japanese animation since 1917. Berkeley, CA: Stone Bridge.

Book Chapters
Total Published: 17

Berndt, Jaqueline. Permeability and othering: The relevance of “art” in contemporary Japanese manga discourse. In Livia Monnet (Ed.), Critical readings in Twentieth Century Japanese thought (pp. 349-375). Montreal, Canada: Les Presses de l’Universite de Montreal.

Donovan, Maureen. Challenges of collecting research materials on Japanese popular culture: A report on Ohio State’s manga collection. In Aaron Gerow & Abe Mark Nornes (Eds.), In praise of film studies: Essays in honor of Makino Mamoru (pp. 225-232). Ann Arbor, MI: Kinema Club.

Ehlrich, Dave. Memory of an animated couple: Renzo and Sayoko Kinoshita. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Animation in Asia and the Pacific (pp. 51-54). Eastleigh, UK: John Libbey.

Fleming, Jeff. My reality, your reality. In David Frankel, Faith Brabanec Hart, & Sheila Schwartz (Eds.), My reality: Contemporary art and the culture of Japanese animation (pp. 10-40). Des Moines, IA: Des Moines Art Center.

Isao, Shimizu. Red comic books: The origins of modern Japanese manga. In John A. Lent, Ed. Illustrating Asia: Comics, humor magazines, and picture books. (pp. 137-152). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Lent, John A. Anime and manga in parts of Asia and Latin America. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Animation in Asia and the Pacific (pp. 85-88). Eastleigh, UK: John Libbey.

Lent, John A. Overseas animation production in Asia (pp. 239-246). In John A. Lent (Ed.), Animation in Asia and the Pacific (pp. 239-246). Eastleigh, UK: John Libbey.

Levi, Antonia. New myths for the millennium: Japanese animation. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Animation in Asia and the Pacific (pp. 33-50). Eastleigh, UK: John Libbey

Lubowsky Talbott, Susan. Posthuman – monsters and cyborgs. In David Frankel, Faith Brabanec Hart, & Sheila Schwartz (Eds.), My reality: Contemporary art and the culture of Japanese animation (pp. 42-55). Des Moines, IA: Des Moines Art Center.

McCarthy, Helen. The development of the Japanese animation audience in the United Kingdom and France. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Animation in Asia and the Pacific (pp. 73-85). Eastleigh, UK: John Libbey.

Murakami, Takashi. Impotence culture – anime. In David Frankel, Faith Brabanec Hart, & Sheila Schwartz (Eds.), My reality: Contemporary art and the culture of Japanese animation (pp. 56-67). Des Moines, IA: Des Moines Art Center.

Napier, Susan J. The frenzy of metamoprhosis: The body in Japanese pornographic animation. In Dennis Washburn & Carole Cavanaugh (Eds.), Word and image in Japanese cinema (pp. 342-365). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Ogi, Fusami. Gender insubordination in Japanese comics (manga) for girls. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Illustrating Asia: Comics, humor magazines, and picture books. (pp. 171-186). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Okamoto, Rei. Images of the enemy in the wartime manga magazine, 1941-1945. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Illustrating Asia: Comics, humor magazines, and picture books (pp. 204-220). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Patten, Fred. Anime in the United States. In John A. Lent (Ed.), Animation in Asia and the Pacific (pp. 55-72). Eastleigh, UK: John Libbey.

Tsuji, Nobuo. Early medieval picture scrolls as ancestors of anime and manga. In Nicole Coolidge Rousaniere (Ed.), Births and rebirths in Japanese art (pp. 53-82). Leiden, The Netherlands: Hotei.

Ueno, Toshiya. The shock projected onto the Other: Notes on Japanimation and techno-orientalism. In Bruce Grenville (Ed.), The uncanny: Experiments in cyborg culture (pp. 232-235). Vancouver, CA: Arsenal Pulp Press.

Articles
Total Published: 24

Allison, Anne. Cyborg violence: Bursting borders and bodies with queer machines. Cultural Anthropology, 16(2), 237-265.

Bauer, Megan. Anime, manga and otaku: A quick study guide. Voice of Youth Advocates, 24(3), 186-187.

Alvermann, Donna E., & Heron, Alison H. Literacy identity work: Playing to learn with popular media. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 45(2), 118-122.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Freiberg, Freda. Tombstone for Fireflies. Senses of Cinema, 14.

Gerbert, Elaine. Images of Japan in the digital age. East Asia: An International Quarterly, 19(1), 95-122.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Howell, Peter. Strategy and style in English and French translations of Japanese comic books. Edinburgh Working Papers in Applied Linguistics, 11, 59-66.

Marechal, Beatrice. “The Singular Stories of the Terashima Neighborhood”: A Japanese autobiographical comic. International Journal of Comic Art, 3(2), 138-150.

Mayfield, Milton, Mayfield, Jacqueline, & Genstre, Alain D. Strategic insights from the international comic book industry: A comparison of France, Italy, Japan, Mexico, and the U.S.A. American Business Review, 19(2), 82-92.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** McLelland, Mark. Local meanings in global space: A case study of women’s ‘boy love’ web sites in Japanese and English. Mots Pluriels et Grans Themes de Notre Temps, 19.

McLelland, Mark. Why are Japanese girls’ comics full of boys bonking? Intensities: The Journal of Cult Media, 1.
*** ARCHIVED VERSION ***

Napier, Susan J. Confronting master narratives: History as vision in Miyazaki Hayao’s cinema of de-assurance. Positions: East Asia Cultures Critique, 9(2), 467-493.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Napier, Susan J. Peek-a-boo Pikachu: Exporting an Asian subculture. Harvard Asia Pacific Review, 5(2), 13-17.

Ng, Benjamin Wai-Ming. Japanese animation in Singapore: A historical and comparative study. Animation Journal, 9(1), 47-60.

Ogi, Fusami. Beyond shoujo, blending gender: Subverting the homogendered world in shoujo manga (Japanese comics for girls). International Journal of Comic Art, 3(2), 151-161.

Osmond, Andrew. Anime magic: Studio Ghibli. Sight & Sound, 11(11), 24-26.

Pandey, Rajyashree. The pre in the postmodern: The horror manga of Hino Hideshi. Japanese Studies, 21(3), 261-274.

Price, Shinobu. Cartoons from another planet: Japanese animation as cross-cultural communication. Journal of American & Comparative Cultures, 24(1-2), 153-169.

Sato, Kenji. More animated than life (revised). Kyoto Journal, 46.
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Schaub, Joseph Christopher. Kusanagi’s body: Gender and technology in mecha-anime. Asian Journal of Communication, 11(2), 79-100.

Thorn, Matt. Shojo manga – something for the girls. Japan Quarterly, 48(3), 43-50.

Toku, Masami. Cross-cultural analysis of artistic development: Drawing by Japanese and U.S. children. Visual Arts Research, 27(1), 46-59.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Thuresson, Michael. Manga: Fitting into new media. J@apan Inc, 19, 6.

Toku, Masami. What is manga? The influence of pop-culture in adolescent art. Art Education, 54(2), 11-17.

Yokota, Masao, Koide, Masashi, & Nomura, Koji. Psychological dependence in Japanese animated films: A case of Rin Taro. The Japanese Journal of Animation Studies, 3(1A), 49-52.

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