Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (New York, NY)
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Part I – Towards a cultural politics of anime
- Napier, Susan. “Excuse me, who are you?”: Performance, the gaze, and the female in the works of Kon Satoshi (pp. 23-41).
- Levi, Antonia. The Americanization of anime and manga: Negotiating popular culture (pp. 43-64).
- Takayuki, Tatsumi. The advent of Meguro Empress: Decoding the avant-pop anime TAMALA 2010 (pp. 65-77).
Part II – Posthuman bodies in the animated imaginary
- Orbaugh, Sharalyn. Frankenstein and the cyborg metropolis: The evolution of body and city in science fiction narratives (pp. 81-111).
- Silvio, Carl. Animated bodies and cybernetic selves: The Animatrix and the question of posthumanity (pp. 113-137).
- Ruh, Brian. The robots from Takkun’s head: Cyborg adolescence in FLCL (pp. 139-157).
Part III – Anime and the limits of cinema
- Lamarre, Thomas. The first time as farce: Digital animation and the repetition of cinema (pp. 161-187).
- Monet, Livia. “Such is the contrivance of the cinematograph”: Dur(anim)ation, modernity, and Edo culture in Tabaimo’s animated installations (pp. 189-225).
- Steinberg, Marc. Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2(2), 203-206.
- Wetmore, Kevin J. Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, 44(3), 489.