Annual Bibliography of Anime and Manga Studies – 2006

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!

BooksEssay CollectionsBook Chapters Encyclopedia Entries
Journal Special/Theme IssuesArticlesOther Publications

Books (Total published: 8)

Allison, Anne. Millennial monsters: Japanese toys and the global imagination. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Cavallaro, Dani. The anime art of Hayao Miyazaki. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

Cavallaro, Dani. The cinema of Mamoru Oshii: Fantasy, technology, and politics. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.

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

Kelts, Roland. Japanamerica: How Japanese pop culture has invaded the U.S. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lankshear, Colin, & Knobel, Michelle. New literacies: Everday practices and classroom learning, Second Ed.. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

McCarthy, Helen. 500 manga heroes and villains. London: Collins & Brown.

Pawuk, Michael. Graphic novels: A genre guide to comics books, manga, and more. Santa Barbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited

Essay Collections (Total published: 4)

Mechademia, Volume 1: Emerging worlds of anime and manga

Mechademia: An Annual Forum for Anime, Manga and Fan Arts is a unique ongoing “monographic series” of essay collections. Every year’s volume is based around a specific theme, and includes original peer-reviewed essays as well as non-scholarly content such as interviews, comics, and photography. Many (though not all) volumes also feature translations of materials originally published in Japanese, both stand-alone articles, and excepts from longer works.

Berndt, Jaqueline, & Richter, Steff (Eds.), Reading manga: Local and global perceptions of Japanese comics. Leipzig: Leipziger Universitätsverlag.

Brophy, Philip (Ed.), Tezuka: The marvel of manga. Victoria, Australia: National Gallery of Victoria.

Brown, Steven T. (Ed.), Cinema anime: Critical engagements with Japanese animation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book Chapters (Total published: 14)

Allison, Anne. New-age fetishes, monsters, and friends: Pokemon in the age of millennial capitalism. In Tomiko Yoda & Harry Harootunian (Eds.), Japan after Japan: Social and cultural life from the recessionary 1990s to the present (pp. 331-357). Raleigh, NC: Duke University Press.

Boss, Joyce E. Hybridity and negotiated identity in Japanese popular culture. In William M. Tsutsui & Michiko Ito (Eds.), In Godzilla’s footsteps: Japanese popular culture icons on the global stage (pp. 103-110). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
[Blood: The Last Vampire]

Donovan, Maureen H. Accessing Japanese digital libraries: Three case studies. In Shigeo Sugimoto, Jane Hunter, Andreas Rauber, & Atsuyuki Morishima (Eds.), Digital libraries: Achievements, challenges and opportunities (pp. 410-418). Berlin: Springer.

Gan, Sheuo Hui. Prefiguring the future: Tezuka Osamu’s adult animation and its influence on later animation in Japan.  In Joel David (Ed.), Proceedings of the Whither the Orient: Asians in Asia and non-Asian Cinema conference (pp. 178-191). Seoul: Asia Future Initiative.

Ito, Mizuko. Japanese media mixes and amateur cultural exchange. In David Buckingham & Rebekah Willett (Eds.), Digital generations: Children, young people, and new media (pp.49-66). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Koenigsberg, David. Welcome to Japan, round eye! Now die!: Sailor Moon, a warrior woman? In Dominique Mainon & James Ursini, The modern Amazons: Warrior women on screen (pp. 291-297). Pompton Plains, NJ: Limelight Editions.

Lamarre, Thomas. Otaku movement. In Tomiko Yoda & Harry Harootunian (Eds.), Japan after Japan: Social and cultural life from the recessionary 1990s to the present (pp. 358-394). Raleigh, NC: Duke University Press.

Leheny, David. A narrow place to cross swords: Soft power and the politics of Japanese popular culture in East Asia. In Peter J. Katzenstein & Takashi Shiraishi (Eds.), Beyond Japan: The dynamics of East Asian regionalism (pp. 221-233). Ithaka, NY: Cornell University Press.

Mikhailova, Yulia. Apocalypse in fantasy and reality: Japanese pop culture in contemporary Russia. In William M. Tsutsui & Michiko Ito (Eds.), In Godzilla’s footsteps: Japanese popular culture icons on the global stage (pp. 181-200). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Ono, Yoko. Listen to me: Influence of shojo manga on contemporary Japanese women’s writing. In Rui Carvalho Homem & Maria de Fatima Lambert (Eds.), Writing and seeing: Essays on word and image (pp. 323-329). Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Rosenbaum, Roman. Historical revisionism in contemporary manga culture: From subculture to mainstream art. In Adrian Vickers & Margaret Hanlon (Eds.), Asia reconstructed: Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Conference of the ASAA. Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia.
*** ARCHIVED VERSION ***

Shapiro, Jerome F. Ninety minutes over Tokyo: Aesthetics, narrative, and ideology in three Japanese films about the Air War. In Wilfried Wilms & William Rasch (Eds.), Bombs away!: Representing the Air War over Europe and Japan (pp. 375-394). Amsterdam: Rodopi.
[Isao Takahata, Grave of the Fireflies]

Sunaoshi, Yukako. Who reads comics? Manga readership among first-generation Asian immigrants in New Zealand. In Matthew Allen & Rumi Sakamoto (Eds.), Popular culture, globalization and Japan (pp. 94-113). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Vender Stichele, Caroline, & Penner, Todd. Terminatrix: Visualizing the end of creation in The Animatrix. In Caroline Vander Stichele & Alastair G. Hunter (Eds.), Creation and creativity: From Genesis to genetics and back (pp. 142-162). Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Phoenix Press.

Welker, James. Drawing out lesbians: Blurred representations of lesbian desire in shojo manga. In Subhash Chandra (Ed.), Lesbian voices: Canada and the world: Theory, literature, cinema (pp.156-184). New Delhi, India: Allied Publishers.

Encyclopedia Entries (Total published: 2)

Gaetan Brulotte & John Phillips (Eds.), Encyclopedia of erotic literature. New York: Routledge.

McLelland, Mark. Manga (pp. 849-851).

McHarry, Mark. Yaoi (pp. 1445-1447).

Journal Special/Theme Issues (Total articles published: 5)

Wochi Kochi Magazine (Number 13)

Made in Japan!: Anime’s Appeal

Arduini, Fabrice. France: An end to prejudice? A decade of riding the anime wave (pp. 18-22).

Kaifu, Masaki. United States: Two markets in the anime business (pp. 23-26).

Goulding, Jay. Canada: The soul of Japan through anime (pp. 27-31).

Brophy, Philip. Australia: The Osamu Tezuka exhibition: Ten years in the making (pp. 32-36).

Articles (Total published: 51)

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Black, Rebecca W. Language, culture, and identity in online fanfiction. E-Learning and Digital Media, 3(2), 170-184.

Bresnahan, Jiang, Inoue, Yasuhiro, & Kagawa, Naomi. Players and whiners? Perceptions of sex stereotyping in anime in Japan and the US. Asian Journal of Communication, 16(2), 207-217.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Bryce, Mio. Anime Haibane Renmei (Charcoal Feather Federation): An enclave for the hurt, alienated souls. Papers: Explorations Into Children’s Literature, 16(2), 71-76.

Bryce, Mio. Fashioning a spiritual self in a rational and technological society: Cultural dichotomies in the Japanese animation Kiki’s Delivery Service. CREArTA: The International Journal of the Centre for Research in the Arts, 6, 45-56.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Camper, Cathy. Girls love “boys’ love”. Women’s Review of Books, 23(3), 24-26.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Chen, Hsiao-Ping. The significance of manga in the identity-construction of young American adults: A Lacanian approach. Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education, 2006(1), art. 2.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Diaz Cintas, Jorge, & Munoz Sanchez, Pablo. Fansubs: Audiovisual translation in an amateur environment. JoSTrans: The Journal of Specialized Translation, 6, 37-52.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Dela Pena, Joseph. Otaku: Images and identity in flux: CUREJ: College Undergraduate Research Electronic Journal, 9.

Diffrient, David Scott. 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, 26(4), 505-535.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Freiberg, Freda. Miyazaki’s heroines. Senses of Cinema, 40.

Fukunaga, Natsuki. “Those anime students”: Foreign language literacy developments through Japanese popular culture. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 50(3), 206-222.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Gerow, Aaron. Fantasies of war and nation in recent Japanese cinema. The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Gordon, David. Studio Ghibli: Animated magic. Hackwriters: The International Writers Magazine.

Goulding, Jay. Crossroads of experience: Hayao Miyazaki’s global/local nexus. Asian Cinema, 17(2), 114-123.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Graillat, Ludovic. America vs. Japan: The influence of American comics on manga. Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media, 10.

Holmberg, Ryan. For your words, I shall rip out your tongue: Shirato Sanpei and the talking head of manga. International Journal of Comic Art, 8(1), 426-455.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Jenkins, Henry. When piracy becomes promotion: How unauthorized copying made Japanese animation profitable in the United States. Reason, 38(7), 78-79.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Kato, Norihiro. Goodbye Godzilla, hello Kitty: What Japan’s pop-culture products tell us about its struggles with defeat, democratization and globalization. The American Interest, 2(1), 72-79.

Kimura, Makoto. SME’s and the globalization of Japanese anime. Japan Spotlight: Economy, Culture & History, 25(3), 12-13.

Kinsella, Sharon. The nationalization of manga. Japan Society Proceedings, 144. 90-101.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Krebs, Stefan: On the anticipation of ethical conflicts between humans and robots in Japanese mangas. IRIE: International Review of Information Ethics, 6, 63-68.

Krikke, Jan. Computer graphics advances the art of anime. IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications, 26(3), 14-19.

Lamarre, Thomas. Platonic sex: Perversion and shojo anime (Part one). Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 1(1), 45-59.

Lambert, Karla S. Unflagging television piracy: How piracy of Japanese television in East Asia portends failure for a U.S. broadcast flag. Texas Law Review, 84(5), 1317-1346.

Lee, Wood-Hung, & Shaw, Yomei. A textual analysis of Japanese and Chinese editions of manga: Translation as cultural hybridiziation. International Journal of Comic Art, 8(2), 34-55.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Lunsing, Wim. 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, 12.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Matthews, Kate. Logic and narrative in ‘Spirited Away’. Screen Education, 43, 135-140.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** McLelland, Mark. A short history of ‘hentai’. Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, 12.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** McLelland, Mark. Why are Japanese girls’ comics full of boys bonking? Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media, 10.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Muscar, Jamie E. A winner is who?: Fair use and the online distribution of manga and video game fan translations. Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law, 9(1), 223-254.

Napier, Susan. Matter out of place: Carnival, containment and cultural recovery in Miyazaki’s Spirited Away. The Journal of Japanese Studies, 32(2), 287-310.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Nuss, Jessi, Strong, Meghan, & Te, Amanda. The fan quest for authenticity. SWET Newsletter, 112.

O’English, Lorena, Matthews, J. Gregory, & Lindsay, Elizabeth Blakesley. Graphic novels in academic libraries: From Maus to manga and beyond. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 32(2), 173-182.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Okuhara, Rieko. Walking along with nature: A psychological interpretation of My Neighbor Totoro. The Looking Glass: New Perspectives on Children’s Literature, 10(2).

Pellitteri, Marco. East of Oliver Twist: Japanese culture and European influences in animated TV series for children and adolescents. The Japanese Journal of Animation Studies, 7(1A), 57-70.

Pellitteri, Marco. Manga in Italy: A cultural powerhouse. International Journal of Comic Art, 8(2), 56-76.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Port, Kenneth L. Trademark dilution in Japan. Northwest Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property, 4(2), 228-254.

Ranyard, John. Japanese anime and the life of the soul: Full Metal Alchemist. Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought49(2), 267-277.

*** OPEN ACCESS *** Rickards, Meg. Screening interiority: Drawing on the animated dreams of Satoshi Kon’s Perfect Blue. IM: Interactive Media – E-Journal of the National Academy of Screen & Sound, 2.

Schwartz, Adam, & Rubinstein-Avila, Eliane. Understanding the manga hype: Uncovering the multimodality of comic book literaciesJournal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy50(1), 40-49.

Sharp, Jasper. Forgotten roots of Japanimation: In praise of shadows. Film International, 4(2), 30-47.

Simeon, Roblyn. A conceptual model linking brand strategies and Japanese popular culture. Marketing Intelligence & Planning, 24(5), 463-478.

Solomon, Kayt. Real horror in animation. Hackwriters: The International Writers Magazine.

Steinberg, Marc. Immobile sections trans-series movement: Astroboy and the emergence of anime. Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 1(2), 190-206.

Stewart, Ron. An Australian cartoonist in 19th century Japan: Frank A. Nankivell and the beginnings of modern Japanese comic art. International Journal of Comic Art, 8(2), 77-97.

Street, Amanda. The religious functions of Pokemon. GOLEM: Journal of Religion and Monsters, 1(1).
*** ARCHIVED VERSION ***

Thorn, Mat.. Japan: The Hollywood of manga. Japan Echo, 33(2), 28-31.

Ueno, Junko. Shojo and adult women: A linguistic analysis of gender identity in manga (Japanese comics). Women & Language, 29(1), 16-25.

Van Staden, Cobus. Exporting stories: Global capitalism, narrative design and anime. Iconics, 8, 87-110.

Welker, James. Beautiful, borrowed, and bent: “Boys’ love” as girls’ love in shojo manga. Signs, 31(3), 841-470.

Wood, Andrea. “Straight” women, queer texts: Boy-love manga and the rise of a global counterpublic. Women’s Studies Quarterly, 34(1/2), 394-414.

 Other Publications

Anime: Japan’s ‘Gross National Cool’. Knowledge@Wharton. Philadelphia, PA: The Wharton School.

Hagiu, Andrei, Khanna, Tarun, Oberholzer-Gee, Philip, Egawa, Masako, & Toyama, Chisato. Production I.G: Challenging the status quo. Harvard Business School Case 707-454.